Charles Lindbergh became an instant celebrity when he made his nonstop flight from New York to Paris in 1927 in a single-engine Ryan monoplane, Spirit of St. Louis. he soared 3,600 statute miles in 33.5 hours. Lindbergh, however, was greatly accustomed to flying as he served in the U.S. Army Air Corps Reserved and received the Medal of Honor, the highest military decoration.
This custom framed piece features an autographed postcard image of Charles Lindbergh and his plane, The Spirit of St. Louis - one of the most famous photographs in history - with additional images representing his achievements. Below the postcard, there is a laser-cut biography nameplate and other graphic logos.
*This is a mock image. Framing may take 2-3 weeks to complete*
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