Airship at State Fair
Title:
Airship at State Fair
Syracuse New York (NY), Divided Back PM 1908 Sep-15


Luffschiff "Graf Zeppelin"
Title:
Luffschiff "Graf Zeppelin"
Chemnitz, Divided Back unused

Description:
Overfliegf Hotel Chmniker Hof in Chemnik



A Dirigible About to Moor to the Base Atop the Empire State Building
Title:
A Dirigible About to Moor to the Base Atop the Empire State Building
New York City New York (NY), Real Photo unused


Off For South America - The Clipper Leaving Miami
Title:
Off For South America - The Clipper Leaving Miami
Real Photo



US Navy Blimp
Title:
US Navy Blimp
Real Photo unused


Airship Viktora Luise
Title:
Airship Viktora Luise
Frankfurt, Real Photo unused

Description:
The German Airship Travel Corporation, was the world's first airline to use an aircraft for commercial purposes. Founded in 1909, it operated Zeppelin rigid airships manufactured by the Luftschiffbau Zeppelin Corporation. LZ 11 Viktora Luise, named after the Kaiser's daughter, entered service on March 4, 1912.



Nazi Derigible
Title:
Nazi Derigible
Real Photo unused


Swift's Premium Butterine, Swift and Company
Title:
Swift's Premium Butterine, Swift and Company
Chicago Illinois (IL), Divided Back

Description:
Miss Milano from Italy, With Cheeks of olive hue, Goes sailing up among the clouds, Up to the starry blue. A "Dirigible" is her choice, Steered by a soldier true; Who wouldn't be up in the air, With such a maid--would you? Italy is a lovely place but I couldn't enjoy it a bit if I had to do without Swift's Premium Butterine. Could you?



Swift's Premium Butterine
Title:
Swift's Premium Butterine
Divided Back

Description:
Miss Deutscher Girl of Deutschland Has a "Zeppelin" machine To take her through the country, It's the biggest ever seen. From Germany to Switzerland, Thro' France and down the Rhine, She journeys in her "Zeppelin" And thinks it might fine. Did you ever see an airship. I saw one today a monster and they had a dining room. They served Swift's Premium Butterine. Gretchen


Airship - "La Ville de Paris"
Title:
Airship - "La Ville de Paris"
Divided Back unused

Description:
Airships Series 9495



The Royal Flying Corps
Title:
The Royal Flying Corps
Post Card (Undivided Back)


Goodyear Blimp
Title:
Goodyear Blimp
Chrome unused

Description:
Airships - watch dogs of the Navy. Goodyear Blimps of the type illustrated - 150 feet long, 40 feet in diameter - are forerunners of the US Navy's newest blimps, the much larger Goodyear ZPG-2W which carries electronic equipment for aircraft early-warning and anti-submarine missions.



Graf Zeppelin in Hangar
Title:
Graf Zeppelin in Hangar
unused


Airfield with Airship on Tarmac
Title:
Airfield with Airship on Tarmac
Real Photo unused



Airship Near Alsace
Title:
Airship Near Alsace
Thugny, Real Photo unused


An Unexpected Attack
Title:
An Unexpected Attack
Divided Back

Description:
Zepp Card Series No. 2 A Zeppelin Being Spotted and Brought Down in Flames.



American Airlines - In Flight, Route of the Flagships
Title:
American Airlines - In Flight, Route of the Flagships


Description:
"Yes! Flagships fly down Mexico Way - Excellent service to Mexico City and Monterrey." Volando Por la Ruta de los "Flagships". Si!, los "Flagships" tambien vuelan a Mexico. Excelente servicio a la Ciudad de Mexico y Monterrey. American Airlines Flagship Registered NC 25684, with Pilots, a Stewardess Mexican Women.


SS Alcoa Corsair
Title:
SS Alcoa Corsair
Chrome PM 1955 Dec-30

Description:
Length - 455 feet. Beam - 62 feet. Displacement - 14,870 tons.



Good Luck
Title:
Good Luck
Linen PM 1940 Aug-20

Description:
Oh Boy! What sights I see here.


A Hit, A Palpable Hit!
Title:
A Hit, A Palpable Hit!
Divided Back



Goodyear-Zeppelin Corp.'s Airship Factory and Dock & U.S. Navy's Ship "Los Angeles"
Title:
Goodyear-Zeppelin Corp.'s Airship Factory and Dock & U.S. Navy's Ship "Los Angeles"
Akron Ohio (OH), White Border PM 1931 Aug-25

Description:
Goodyear-Zeppelin Corporation's Factory and Dock showing the U.S. Navy Ship - Los Angeles, the Navy's largest airship on a recent visit to Akron. "The City of Opportunity" Tichnor Quality Views


Blimp Flying High Above Buildings
Title:
Blimp Flying High Above Buildings
Real Photo unused



Luftschiff LZ 129 "Hindenburg" Nazi
Title:
Luftschiff LZ 129 "Hindenburg" Nazi
Real Photo unused


The Hindenburg over Lake Constance
Title:
The Hindenburg over Lake Constance
Friedrichshafen, Real Photo unused



German Airship
Title:
German Airship
Chrome PM 1975 Jul-06


German Airship
Title:
German Airship
Chrome PM 1975 Jul-06



German Airship
Title:
German Airship
Chrome PM 1975 Jul-06


German Airship
Title:
German Airship
Chrome PM 1975 Jul-06



German Battleship, Airship
Title:
German Battleship, Airship
Chrome PM 1975 Jul-06


Major von Parseval
Title:
Major von Parseval
Real Photo unused

Description:
Major von Parseval mit seinem lenkbaren Luftschiff. (Major von Parseval with his steerable air ship.)



Zeppelin, Lighthouse on Lake
Title:
Zeppelin, Lighthouse on Lake
unused


Uses of the air ship. Won't I do for steady company?
Title:
Uses of the air ship. Won't I do for steady company?
Divided Back unused



I Launch Today an Airship Gay In the Deep and Distant Blue It Carries Freight Quite up-to-Date
Title:
I Launch Today an Airship Gay In the Deep and Distant Blue It Carries Freight Quite up-to-Date
Divided Back PM 1911 Oct-5

Description:
My best regards to you


Blimp
Title:
Blimp
Chrome unused

Description:
If you've ever let go of a helium-filled balloon outdoors, you've already seen the first reason why helium is a valued natural resource-it's lighter than air. Helium's other claim to fame is that it is inert-it doesn't burn or react with other materials. Some of the practical uses of helium are just variations on the party balloon. The blimp pictured on the other side of this card is used by the US Customs Service for border surveillance in the war on drugs, for example. Balloons filled with helium are also used for weather research in the upper atmosphere. Because helium is an inert gas, the National Archives in Washington, DC, uses it to provide a safe atmosphere for preserving the original Declaration of Independence and the US Constitution. NASA uses helium in the Space Shuttle to pressurize the flow of liquid hydrogen fuel to the main propulsion engines. The most important source of helium is natural gas, which usually contains less than 1% helium. US Bureau of Mines - The Minerals Source



A Glimpse of
Title:
A Glimpse of
Divided Back unused


Parseval VI in Munchen.Blimp out of Warehouse
Title:
Parseval VI in Munchen.Blimp out of Warehouse
Divided Back



Reichsluftschiff Z. I in Munchen
Title:
Reichsluftschiff Z. I in Munchen
Divided Back

Description:
Landuna des Grafen Zeppelin auf dem Oberwiesenfeld am 2. April 1909


Motorized Ballooon & Rigging Crew
Title:
Motorized Ballooon & Rigging Crew
Linen unused



United DC-6 Mainliner 300
Title:
United DC-6 Mainliner 300
Chrome unused

Description:
Coast to coast, border to border and across the blue Pacific to Hawaii speed United's giant DC-6 Mainliner 300s - capable of carrying 52 passengers and nearly three tons of cargo at better than five miles a minute and offering unprecedented comfort and luxury aloft


U.S. Navy Airship
Title:
U.S. Navy Airship
Real Photo



An afternoon's sail
Title:
An afternoon's sail


Description:
Series 8600


Man in Flying Wind Machine
Title:
Man in Flying Wind Machine
PM 1909 Sep-7

Description:
Aucun garde-champeire lei ne me fracasse. Plus besoin de permis pour aller a la chasse



Motorized Balloon & Rigging Crew
Title:
Motorized Balloon & Rigging Crew
Linen unused


Rigid Airship Akron
Title:
Rigid Airship Akron
Akron Ohio (OH), Chrome PM 1966 Nov-19

Description:
This souvenir post card of the second rigid airship Akron comes to you from the Annual Exhibition of the Rubber City Stamp Club. This dirigible, built in 1831, was 785 ft. It was designed for military purposes and included in the lower hull was a hanger deck with five scout planes, on April 4, 1933. The Akron encountered a violet line squall and was lost at sea with 74 of its crew of 78



Rigid Airship H.M.A. R100
Title:
Rigid Airship H.M.A. R100
Chrome PM 1973 Nov-11

Description:
The British airship, R100, made the first crossing of the Atlantic from England to Canada, departing Cardington at 3:50 am July 29, 1930 and arriving at Montreal 78 hours and 51 minutes later. During her fortnight stay in America, she flew to Ottawa, Toronto, Niagara Falls and into New York State. The return flight to England took only 51 1/2 hours. The photograph shows the R100 at her morring mast. The airship was powered by 6-700 HP Rolls-Royce Condor engines giving her a maximum speed of 81 mph and a 70mph cruising speed


Rigid Airship LZ 7, Deutschland
Title:
Rigid Airship LZ 7, Deutschland
Chrome PM 1975 Nov-8

Description:
This souvenir postcard of this rigid airship comes to you from the 55th Anniversary Exhibition of the Rubber City Stamp Club, Akron, OH. The German airship, Deutschland was the first passenger ship of the German Airship Transport Co., a subsidiary of the Zeppelin Airship Co. The first passenger flight was June 10, 1910. The Deutschland made several successful flights between Frankfurt, Baden-Baden and Dusseldorf, before crashing in the Teutoburger Forest June 28, 1910. Furnished with a luxurious central cabin and restaurant, the LZ7 was the forerunner of the great passenger zeppelins. The Deutschland was powered by three 120 hp engines, giving her a speed of 37.5 mph



Semi-Rigid Airship Norge
Title:
Semi-Rigid Airship Norge
Chrome PM 1973 Nov-11

Description:
The Italian built N1 was christened the Norge March 29, 1926. The ship was destined for a polar flight under the sponsorship of the Norwegian Aero Club. The Norge was based at King's Bay, Spitzberger, and left for the North Pole May 11, 1926 at 1:30 am on May 12, 1926. The Norge reached the North Pole after circling the pole. She left for Alaska. The ship finally landed in Teller Alaska, some 55 miles from the intended destination of Nome. The semi-rigid ship was powered by three 250 hp engines and had a cruising speed of 50 mph


"Graf Zepplin" Flying Over Hanger
Title:
"Graf Zepplin" Flying Over Hanger
unused



Airship
Title:
Airship
unused


Airship
Title:
Airship
unused



Airship in Flight
Title:
Airship in Flight
unused


Airship in Hamburg, Germany
Title:
Airship in Hamburg, Germany
unused

Description:
L1 in Hamburg Fuhlsb├╝ttel



Airship in Hangar
Title:
Airship in Hangar
unused


Airship Zeppelin
Title:
Airship Zeppelin
unused



Crashed Zeppelin
Title:
Crashed Zeppelin
unused


Graf Zeppelin and his airship
Title:
Graf Zeppelin and his airship
unused

Description:
Graf Zeppelin mit seinem lenkbaren Luftschiff 2 Minuten vor der Katastrophe, 5. August 1908



Luftschiff Graf Zeppelin
Title:
Luftschiff Graf Zeppelin
unused


Marine Luftschiff L3
Title:
Marine Luftschiff L3
unused



Photo of an airship
Title:
Photo of an airship
unused

Description:
Marine Luftschiff L 3


S.M.Z.I. Graf Zeppelin over Munich
Title:
S.M.Z.I. Graf Zeppelin over Munich
unused



The first South American flight of the airship "Graf Zeppelin"
Title:
The first South American flight of the airship "Graf Zeppelin"
unused


Zeppelin awaiting the airship in Leipzig, Germany
Title:
Zeppelin awaiting the airship in Leipzig, Germany
unused

Description:
Zeppelin in Erwartung seines Luftschiffes in Leipzig



Zeppelin flying over water
Title:
Zeppelin flying over water
unused


The Lebaudy Airship
Title:
The Lebaudy Airship
Divided Back unused

Description:
The Lebaudy Airship is one of the many developments in serial navigation which is the invention of a Frenchman. It was constructed by M. Henri Julliot and is the property of the French army, being attached the the First Regiment of Engineers. It is fitted with a Mercedes motor



Zeppelin's Luftschiff in Voller Fahrt
Title:
Zeppelin's Luftschiff in Voller Fahrt
Divided Back unused


ZPG Airship
Title:
ZPG Airship
Scenic, Chrome unused

Description:
ZPG Airship, like this, are a familiar sight here. This type Airship has flown for nearly twelves days without landing or refueling. They are best known for their work with the "Submarine Killer-Hunter Squadrons."



Observation Balloon
Title:
Observation Balloon
Fort Lewis Washington (WA), Real Photo unused


Dirigible Balloon Above Business District



Goodyear Zeppelin
Title:
Goodyear Zeppelin
White Border PM 1929 Jul-15

Description:
Will Rogers says, "All I know is just what I read in the papers. I see where Goodyear got the government contract to make our homemade zeppelins. They must have some mighty good rubber to keep all that air from getting out and mixing with just this old ordinary air.


Swift's Premium Butterine, Swift and Company
Title:
Swift's Premium Butterine, Swift and Company
Divided Back PM 1910 Nov-21

Description:
"Miss Johnnybull of London town, Drills with the Army Corps; Her cheeks are rosy red, her form, You'd certainly adore. She sails up the starry blue, She's fearless and she's tireless. And when she gets up to the sky, She sends her love by Wireless." I like the English Soldiers, they look so healthy with their bright red cheeks. I am sure that the eat Swift's Premium Butterine.



U.S. Navy Dirigible Shenandoah Leaves on Cross Country Flight
Title:
U.S. Navy Dirigible Shenandoah Leaves on Cross Country Flight
White Border

Description:
The Shenandoah is 680 feet in length, 179 feet in diameter, and holds 2,000,000 cubic feet of Helium or Hydrogan gas contained in 60 cells held within the rigid frame.


The Airliners moored in Hamilton Harbor Pan American
Title:
The Airliners moored in Hamilton Harbor Pan American
Linen unused

Description:
The first "Transatlantic" Air Service links New York and Bermuda in five hours - by the famous Flying Clipper Ships of the Pan American Airways System



US Dirigible Balloon
Title:
US Dirigible Balloon
Fort Leavenworth Kansas (KS), Divided Back unused


Friedrichschafen a. B. mit "Graf Zeppelin"
Title:
Friedrichschafen a. B. mit "Graf Zeppelin"
Real Photo unused



Luftriese L.Z.129 Zeppelin
Title:
Luftriese L.Z.129 Zeppelin
Real Photo PM 1936 May-5


USS Los Angeles, Naval Air Station
Title:
USS Los Angeles, Naval Air Station
Lakehurst New Jersey (NJ), White Border

Description:
Length 556 feet; diameter 90.7 feet. Speed 75 miles.



The German Airship 'Graf Zeppelin'
Title:
The German Airship 'Graf Zeppelin'
Real Photo unused

Description:
As-Is


The Knox Air-shop at the Central New York Fair
Title:
The Knox Air-shop at the Central New York Fair
Oneonta New York (NY), Divided Back PM 1906 Sep-27



Good Year Tires Blimp
Title:
Good Year Tires Blimp
Miami Florida (FL), Real Photo PM 1938 Apr-29


The Graf Zeppelin Over Oakland, World Tour
Title:
The Graf Zeppelin Over Oakland, World Tour
Real Photo unused

Description:
Tokio to Calif., 5000 Mi., 64 hrs. 20 min



With Best Wishes
Title:
With Best Wishes
Divided Back PM 1910 Nov-9


Air Ship to and From All Trains, Hotel Johnson
Title:
Air Ship to and From All Trains, Hotel Johnson
Red Oak Iowa (IA), Divided Back



A Short Spin Before Breakfast!
Title:
A Short Spin Before Breakfast!
unused

Description:
Series 8600


How do, old boy!
Title:
How do, old boy!


Description:
Series 8600 Didn't expect me yet awhile did you?



The Very Latest in Motor Cars
Title:
The Very Latest in Motor Cars
unused


Airship and Rural Scene
Title:
Airship and Rural Scene
Divided Back unused



Luftschiffhalle Dresden-Kaditz - Airship Hanagar
Title:
Luftschiffhalle Dresden-Kaditz - Airship Hanagar
Divided Back unused


Nazi Zeppelin
Title:
Nazi Zeppelin
Divided Back unused



The Zeppelin L-49 - Captured by the French
Title:
The Zeppelin L-49 - Captured by the French
Divided Back


LZ-10 Schwaben
Title:
LZ-10 Schwaben
Chrome PM 1975 Nov-9

Description:
The German airship had its first flight June 16, 1911. It was built by the Zeppelin Co. and operated by Delag. Many passenger flights were made in Germany. June 11-23, 1912 it made semi-offical mail flights from Darmstadt to four other German cities under the sponsorship of the Grand Duke and Duchess of Hesse, using stamps of 10, 20 and 30 Pf. It burned in the field at Dusseldorf on July 30, 1912 without casualties



Rigid Airship H.M.A. R34
Title:
Rigid Airship H.M.A. R34
Ohio (OH), Chrome PM 1973 Nov-11

Description:
Comes to you from the 54th Anniversary Exhibition of the Rubber City Stamp Club. The British Airship R34, was the first aircraft to make a round-trip crossing of the Atlantic Ocean, departing east for Tune, Scotland on July 2, 1919 and arriving at Roosevelt Field, Mineola, Long Island, New York, 108 hours later the return crossing to Pulham, Norfolk, England was made in 75 hours. The photos shows the R34 being readied for her first flight at Inchinnan, Scotland March 14, 1919. The R34 was powered by five 250 HP engines giving her a maximum speed of 62 mph and a cruising speed of 45 mph


Airship "Graf Zeppelin"
Title:
Airship "Graf Zeppelin"
unused

Description:
Luftschiff "Graf Zeppelin" wird aus der Halle gezogen



Friedrichshafen Graf Zeppelin uber seiner Geburtsstatte
Title:
Friedrichshafen Graf Zeppelin uber seiner Geburtsstatte
unused


Nazi Blimp
Title:
Nazi Blimp
unused



Nazi Zeppelin with swastikas
Title:
Nazi Zeppelin with swastikas
unused


Aerial View of Business Section and Waterfront
Title:
Aerial View of Business Section and Waterfront
St. Petersburg Florida (FL), White Border PM 1934

Description:
Orville K. Blake St. Petersburg, Fla., the Sunshine City, although incorporated only slightly more than a quarter of a century, was listed as Florida's fourth city in the 1930 census, and is internationally famed as a winter resort. It is also becoming popular as a summer vacation center for inland Florida and other southern regions



Das neue deutsche Zeppelin-Luftschiff Hindenburg LZ 129
Title:
Das neue deutsche Zeppelin-Luftschiff Hindenburg LZ 129
White Border unused

Description:
Des grosse Luftschiff der Welt. Lange 248 m hohe 44.7 m grosster Durchmesser 41.2 m. Vortriebsmasschinen: 4 Mercedes-Benz Dieselmotore von je 1100 ps Geschwindighkeit von etwa 130 Stdkm


A caquot type kite balloon
Title:
A caquot type kite balloon
Divided Back unused

Description:
During the War these balloons have developed very rapidly and now are indispensable to an army. Their peculiar shape is designed to prevent them from spinning. They are of course moored, generally to a lorry, and can be wound down or sent up very rapidly. The two observers wear belts which are attached to parachutes, and in an emergency simply jump out of their basket



Airship at State Fair
Title:
Airship at State Fair
Syracuse New York (NY), Divided Back PM 1903 Sep-21


Dirigible over fair
Title:
Dirigible over fair
Worcester Massachusetts (MA), Divided Back PM 1913 Jun-7

Description:
Aerial navigation is thrilling and interesting! NE Fair, September 5 to 8, 1910. Four days - Two nights. Capt. Baldwin just starting on one of his daily flights in Worcester, Mass



Grus von der Internationalen Luftschiffahrt-Ausstellung
Title:
Grus von der Internationalen Luftschiffahrt-Ausstellung
Frankfurt, Divided Back unused


M.Deutsch's Airship
Title:
M.Deutsch's Airship
Divided Back unused

Description:
The "La Ville de Paris" is the largest airship which has ever been built, being 201 feet long with a maximum diameter of 35 feet. It is the property of M. Deutsch de la Meurthe and was constructed by Mr. Edward Surcouf. The propelling power is a 70 hp Chenu motor



The military airship "Patrie"
Title:
The military airship "Patrie"
Divided Back unused

Description:
The "Patrie" was one of the results of many experiments in aerial navigation which have been inaugurated by the French Government. It was a navigable airship built by M. Henri Julliot, and was fitted with Panhard and Levassor motors


Goodyear Blimp
Title:
Goodyear Blimp
Chrome unused

Description:
The Goodyear Blimp "America", one of a fleet of four lighter-than-air craft built and operated by The Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company as an aerial ambassador. The aircraft is 192 feet long, 59 feet high, and has a volume of 202,700 cubic feet filled with helium gas



U. S. S. Shenandoah Zr-1
Title:
U. S. S. Shenandoah Zr-1
Ohio (OH), Chrome unused

Description:
"Daughter of the Stars". First helium filled airship built by United States. Assembled at Lakehurst N.J. and made its flight Sept. 4, 1923. Its length was 680 feet. The dirigible crashed in a severe wind storm in southern Ohio, Sept. 3, 1925. Among crew members killed was its Commander Zachary Lansdowne, born in Greensville, Ohio.


Couple Delivering Hearts and Money in an Airship
Title:
Couple Delivering Hearts and Money in an Airship
Divided Back PM 1909 Jan-01





Total: 106 Items