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Old 07-19-2009, 02:55 PM   #1 (permalink)
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What is your most unique airline memorabilia AND how did you come to attain it?

I'll start off with mine. Here is an pilot's instruction manual issued by Iberia Airlines for the Navigation systems on the Caravelle!!

This book was printed in 1970 and is in Spanish. It is complete except for the back paperback cover. It even has fold out schematics.

I found this back in the summer of 1983 when I lived in Madrid. When a Spanish company goes out of business, they abandon the office or factory and leave everything behind. This proved to be high adventure for an adolescent, especially an American like me! So, while exploring a factory nearby the town of Torrejon de Ardoz, I rumaged through a desk coated with a half-inch of dust and found this manual. I also found (and kept) a miniature hobby vise and an old-school stapler that you slap from the top.

What are your treasures?
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Old 07-19-2009, 03:14 PM   #2 (permalink)
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First flight certification signed by the crew for British Airways Concorde G-BOAG.
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Its not really that special but its the only thing that I have: a United pin and a set of earplugs that I got when I fly first class on a United 757-200 from Chicago to Toronto and got to visit the cockpit.

I also have many inflight magazines (not too old) not just from flights but you can contact an airline be email and most of the time they'll mail a copy to you for absolutely free. I also have some spoons from KLM and Singapore ha ha
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..... More personal than anything else. It is a Pan American Airlines Boeing 377 postcard autographed by Hoppalong Cassidy (AKA actor William Boyd). He signed it for my aunt who was a purser for Pan American. The flight was from Tokyo to Honolulu on a Boeing 377. My aunt also included a "Hoppy Coin" and a clipping with story of William Boyd's trip from Tokyo.
..... My aunt, in her duties for Pan Am, met many famous people. Her favorite was meeting Frank Sinatra on one of her flights.
..... She was let go by Pan Am because she got "old" (mid-30s) and she got kind of bitter about her former employer after that. Who could blame her? But for those years she was working for Pan Am she was to me, my glamorous, globe-trotting Aunt Marion who saw the world, many people and lots of things. What little kid wouldn't be impressed.
..... She died last year at age 84, still not a happy person.
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A menu for Prestwick Airport Hotel from March 1959, 50 years ago. Its all a great deal different now. Burger King would have a job competing, put it that way. Good thread topic by the way.
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Nothing special, just a set of cardboard BOAC drinks coasters, and an Alitalia glass.

Oh yes, and of course, my certificate from LoganAir for my journey on the 2 minute long Papa Westray - Westray flight.
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Nothing from an airline, but I did once have a 20mm shell casing from an A-10. I ended up giving it to a friend who was a big Warthog buff.
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Nothing from an airline, but I did once have a 20mm shell casing from an A-10. I ended up giving it to a friend who was a big Warthog buff.
I have one too!!!! I kept it though because I like military a lot also!
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I want those, too, but whenever I see them for sale, they are never located in Seattle.
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So I guess your wife let you bring them in from the garage, eh, Tupi?
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mine is probably a JetsGo Pin I got before they went under.
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Mine is a Oneworld wall plaque (like the ones you see at the airport) with the logo and all the airline logos on it. Its awesome
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given to me by a friend in Cleveland

both from the same 727
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given to me by a friend in Cleveland

both from the same 727
Wow, I need this to go with my seats.
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Wow, I need this to go with my seats.
You have an incredible sense of humour....I think you made me laugh like three times today



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Now my wife lives in the garage.

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Wow your posts always make me laugh!
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..... More personal than anything else. It is a Pan American Airlines Boeing 377 postcard autographed by Hoppalong Cassidy (AKA actor William Boyd). He signed it for my aunt who was a purser for Pan American. The flight was from Tokyo to Honolulu on a Boeing 377. My aunt also included a "Hoppy Coin" and a clipping with story of William Boyd's trip from Tokyo.
..... My aunt, in her duties for Pan Am, met many famous people. Her favorite was meeting Frank Sinatra on one of her flights.
..... She was let go by Pan Am because she got "old" (mid-30s) and she got kind of bitter about her former employer after that. Who could blame her? But for those years she was working for Pan Am she was to me, my glamorous, globe-trotting Aunt Marion who saw the world, many people and lots of things. What little kid wouldn't be impressed.
..... She died last year at age 84, still not a happy person.
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Wow..touching anecdote. I suppose that will be an item that you'll treasure for many years to come.
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I almost forgot about these little things:

I got these as a kid flying on TWA across the atlantic, a 747 going across from Madrid to JFK, and an L1011 coming back home. These probably paved the way for me to choose a life of aviation!
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Those look like some cool books, CitationDrvr!
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well for me it has to be that one set of playing cards from Iraqi Airways and a complete set of life vest from an EK A310. got the EK A310 life vest myself on one of my flights with them back in the mid 90s and the Iraqi was given to me by my dad which he got when he flew Iraqi from Delhi to London via Baghdad back in the late 80s.

apart from the one set of playing cards i also have a lot of stuff from Iraqi like a foot ruler, a green leather keychain, a pen stand with writing pad, a duffle bag, an italian scarf.

also i have spoons and forks from some defunct airlines like SABENA and Swissair which again I got myself when I flew with them back in the 90s...
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My loot from THE FINAL Delta L-1011 flight: DL9930 ATL-VCV 8-1-01




Captain Bill Arnold's Ball Cap:





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I have a quarter from 1945 that I found stuck under fuselage beam of the Connie I helped restore at Dover AFB. She used to fly for Aer Lingus and Capital among others before becoming a restaurant/bar in PA, and finally a "C-121" at the AMC Museum, Dover AFB.
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Not exactly an airline memorabilia, but I got an engineer from Airbus when I toured the Finkenwerder facility. For keeps, too.

She´s cute.
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My loot from THE FINAL Delta L-1011 flight: DL9930 ATL-VCV 8-1-01









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Well I have some safety cards and Inflight magazines from...

Safety cards:
TWA-747
TWA- L-1011
TWA MD-80
Kuwaiti 777
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Alaskan: Alaskan

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Complete United Airlines pilot uniform collection (Captain, 1st, and 2nd officers) from 1934 to the 2000/2001 including hats, jackets, wings, epaulets, ties, and flight cases.

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Complete United Airlines pilot uniform collection (Captain, 1st, and 2nd officers) from 1934 to the 2000/2001 including hats, jackets, wings, epaulets, ties, and flight cases.

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Here are three old badges from the CAA and my Eastern and Cubana collections. I am looking to buy any and all CAA, FAA, CAB or any Federal items related to aviation agencies. Also looking for Eastern Air Lines, Eastern Transport, Pitcairn and Cuban aviation/airline stuff.





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You have an incredible sense of humour....I think you made me laugh like three times today

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Sounds to me like he was just being practical about all the things!!


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Nice collection of wings here is one of 7 frames full of United wings

Sill looking for more UAL cap badges including the current issue (same style just brushed colored).

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AA DC6 and CV900 Operating manuals. The CV900 was later changed to CV990.
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so rare i had to call the Smithsonian to learn about them :-)
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G'day,

I recieved a certificate from Qantas for flying over the equator in 1971. The novelty certificates were issued to passengers on Qantas flights for crossing the equator. These certificates are also called "Crossing the line certificates".

Also an Atomic Bomb... For those who work for the CIA or FBI etc, it's a prop from a TV show I used to produce... really looks awesome and now lives in my lounge room
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For me it was some nice post cards & stickers of the KLM fleet when I first flew in their 747-400...
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I have a First and a Last

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I have a round button that says "Fly Pan Am's 747"...It was given to me by the captain who flew the FIRST scheduled Pan Am 747 passenger flight along with a letter signed by him stating and documenting that the button was on board the flight. He gave it to me just a few weeks after that inaugural flight

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A piece of the old runway at ONT.
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Have a bunch of different items:
Safety Cards: New and old, airlines like Northwest, US Airways, Continental, Pan Am, TWA, Eastern, PeopleExpress, AirTran, ValuJet etc

Magazines: Mostly new, including the last copy of US Airways magazine. Also includes old brochures like British Airways Holidays and Eastern Airlines.

Napkins, utensils, salt/pepper packets, barf bags (including collectible Virgin Atlantic Star Wars ones), boarding passes, menus, postcards, pins, blankets, cups etc.

Also have a bunch of old United Airlines company material that also includes phone books, contacts etc and I did find Jason Dahl, the Captain on UA93
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