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Ticket Sleeve for the Junkers JU 52/Berlin Tempelhof.

Deutsche Lufthansa Berlin-Foundation: Berlin nd (1980s?) Illustr, oblong 4 x 9, opens up to 4 x 17.5, creased, light chipping, passenger's name filled in else good. From the ticket sleeve: "This airplane was one of nearly 5,000 built by the Junkers company in Dessau. . . It was put into service by the old Luft Hansa in April 1936." The plane went through several owners, including the German air force during WWII and was inoperable by the early 1960s. It was acquired by first one restorer and then another restorer who happened to be aviation expert Martin Caidin. The plane was later sold to Lufthansa in 1984 and totally overhauled. The second maiden voyage took place on April 6, 1986, and the JU 52 had a new name: Berlin Tempelhof. A nice bit of aviation history. Comes with a 1990 brochure which details the history of the Junkers JU 52


Book Id: 98-1109

Price: $10.00

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