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THREE-PHOTOGRAPH SET – EARLY ZEPPELIN

SKU: 40-413

$125.00

This is a three-photograph set that shows an early zeppelin as it readies for flight. A name is written on each photograph ‘s reverse, which looks like “Lachmüller,” or something similar.

*Nr 1. The photograph measures 4 3/4″ x 5 1/4.” The zeppelin is tethered to the ground, while its small gondola is on the ground allowing passengers to embark. A large group of military officers and ground crew is on the airfield.

*Nr 2. The photograph measures 4 3/4″ x 6 1/4.” The zeppelin has just lifted off. The gondola is under it, while the ground crew and observers are watching it take off.

*Nr 3. The photograph measures 6 1/4″ x 4 1/2.” The zeppelin is in full flight, perhaps 100-200 meters above the ground. Some smoke or a wisp of fog is right under the zeppelin. I do not know or understand its cause, unless it is related to a factory smoke stack in the background.

This is a fine group of a very early zeppelin as it goes from being readied for flight, to launch, and to actual flight.

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This is a three-photograph set that shows an early zeppelin as it readies for flight. A name is written on each photograph ‘s reverse, which looks like “Lachmüller,” or something similar.

*Nr 1. The photograph measures 4 3/4″ x 5 1/4.” The zeppelin is tethered to the ground, while its small gondola is on the ground allowing passengers to embark. A large group of military officers and ground crew is on the airfield.

*Nr 2. The photograph measures 4 3/4″ x 6 1/4.” The zeppelin has just lifted off. The gondola is under it, while the ground crew and observers are watching it take off.

*Nr 3. The photograph measures 6 1/4″ x 4 1/2.” The zeppelin is in full flight, perhaps 100-200 meters above the ground. Some smoke or a wisp of fog is right under the zeppelin. I do not know or understand its cause, unless it is related to a factory smoke stack in the background.

This is a fine group of a very early zeppelin as it goes from being readied for flight, to launch, and to actual flight.

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