Lot 17721912 (Oct. 12) Driving Park Aviation Meet, Lock Haven, Penn., souvenir Walter Johnson (pilot) and aeroplane picture post card with purple "U.S. Official Aerial Stamp, 1912" oval handstamp, franked with 1¢ green tied by "Millhal, Pa., Oct 12, 1912" duplex postmark, Very Fine and choice, approximately 300 piece carried. AAMC No. 62.
Estimate $200 - 300.
Lot 17731929 San Juan - Paramaribo First Flight, purple cachet handstamp on southbound St. Thomas cover, franked with Airmail 10¢ Lindbergh tied by "San Juan P.R., Sep 22, 1929" slogan machine postmark, signed by pilot Charles A. Lindbergh at upper left, receiving postmark on reverse, Very Fine and choice. AAMC No. F6-15.
Estimate $500 - 750.
The extension of FAM 6 from San Juan to Paramaribo was not only a significant step in the expansion of air mail service, but a festive occasion as Lindbergh married a few months earlier and was accompanied by Mrs. Lindbergh on the fight.
Lot 17741934 Byrd Antarctic Expedition II - Exploration Flight, corner card flight cover signed R.E. Byrd, franked with 3¢ Byrd Antarctic Expedition II, block of 4 + 8¢ Winged Globe tied by "Little America, Antarctica, Jan 30, 1935" postmarks, all appropriate expedition cachets; vertical fold not affecting stamps or markings, Very Fine. AAMC No. 1218 $400.
Estimate $150 - 200.
Lot 17751935 First Air Mail Stratosphere Flight Coast to Coast, blue cachet on cover franked with 6¢ Garfield tied by Los Angeles, Calif. cds, signed by pilot Wiley Post, with attempt cachet on reverse, Very Fine. AAMC No. 693.
Estimate $100 - 150.