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6184   John Alcock and Arthur Brown Pair of Signed Menus  $200 $433 $477 8 You must login to place a bid.
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#6184 - John Alcock and Arthur Brown Pair of Signed Menus Estimate: $500+

Desirable pairing of commemorative menus signed by John Alcock and Arthur Brown, who made the first nonstop transatlantic flight together in June 1919 to win a £10,000 prize sponsored by the Daily Mail. Includes: a colorful 7.5 x 9 official menu for the luncheon honoring the winners of the 1919 Trans-Atlantic Air Race on June 20, 1919, signed on the front cover in ink, "J. Alcock" and "A. W. Brown"; and an official 4.25 x 6.25 menu for the Royal Aero Club's banquet celebrating the flight on June 23, 1919, signed on the front cover in pencil, "J. Alcock," and in ink, "A. W. Brown," and also signed by other guests. In overall very good to fine condition, with scattered creasing and soiling to the first menu.

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