Very Cool Late 1930s Inland Air Lines (Formerly Wyoming Air) Timetable Holder w/Boeing 247 & Cowboy
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Very Cool Late 1930s Inland Air Lines (Formerly Wyoming Air) Timetable Holder w/Boeing 247 & Cowboy

Code: airmh10000

$245.00

Product Description

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OUT OF OFFICE: September 15 through September 22 2019.

Thank you for visiting. We hope you will find some vintage artifact of interest here, but please be advised that we are currently out of the office, at the legendary MAX Show (Last one in Pittsburgh!) returning on Monday September 23rd, and we will not be able to ship until then. Feel free to place an order, or email us to place an artifact ON HOLD, but, again, we will not be able to ship until 9/23/19.
Thank you, Ron & Kana

ARTIFACT: This is a very cool late 1930s timetable holder for Inland Air Lines. Formerly Wyoming Air, the line's name changed to Inland Air Lines in July 1938 when their flights started encompassing other routes beside simply those between Wyoming and Montana. Inland was acquired by Western Air Lines and operated until 1952. The logo is a cowboy on a bucking bronco beneath the path of a Boeing 247. The Boeing 247 was the first true modern airliner with all metal construction. United was the launch customer: Boeing created United at the time to operate the new airplane. The 247 was quickly overshadowed by the also short-lived DC-2, and then flat run over by the "plane that changed the world": the DC-3.

VINTAGE: Circa late 1930s.

SIZE: Approximately 6-1/2" in height and 4-5/16" in width and 2-9/16" in depth.

MATERIALS / CONSTRUCTION: Painted steel.

ATTACHMENT: Hole.

MARKINGS: None.

ITEM NOTES: This is from an airlines collection which we will be listing more of over the next few months. ebay VCJX12 LBDEX2/12

CONDITION: 7- (Very Fine-): The holder is in good shape with several abrasions and small spots of wear.

GUARANTEE: As with all my artifacts, this piece is guaranteed to be original, as described.