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For sale: BUSTE DE PILOTES  Nungesser et François Coli  HOMMAGE A L'AÉRONEF OISEAU BLANC

BUSTE DE PILOTES Nungesser et François Coli HOMMAGE A L'AÉRONEF OISEAU BLANC

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Asking reference: 13143
Weight: 4.00 (Kg)
Creation date: 1927
Size: 6.3 X 7.9 X 14.2 (inches) / 16.0 x 20.0 x 36.0 (cm)
Condition backing / Material :Régule/Spelter
Condition: A (very fine)
Price: 3 250.00

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The White Bird is a biplane that disappeared on May 8, 1927 with its two pilots, the French Charles Nungesser and François Coli, during the first attempt to cross the North Atlantic Ocean non-stop between Paris and New York.

The White Bird is a biplane that disappeared on May 8, 1927 with its two pilots, the French Charles Nungesser and François Coli, during the first attempt to cross the North Atlantic Ocean non-stop between Paris and New York.

Less than two weeks after their disappearance, the American Charles Lindbergh is the first to succeed in this crossing, but in the other direction, aboard the Spirit of St. Louis.

The disappearance of the White Bird is considered one of the greatest mysteries in aviation history. Many hypotheses have circulated about the fate of the aircraft and its two aviators, but the most commonly accepted is that they were caught in a squall or in the fog and thrown into the ocean.

However, several surveys carried out from the 1980s suggest that the White Bird would have reached Newfoundland and would have crashed on this island or towards Saint-Pierre-et-Miquelon, or near the coast of Maine, in the United States. -United.

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