Die Luftschiffahrt (S. 610) Balloon flight

Language: German

Complete: Yes

Condition: very Good

Edition: Original (no reproduction)

Year of issue: 1900

Publisher: Liebig Company, Antwerp

Distributed in: Germany

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Dive into the fascinating history of balloon flight with Liebig's chromo series no. 610 from 1900, "Die Luftschiffahrt". This series of six chromos pays tribute to the pioneers of aviation, from the first flight by the Montgolfier brothers in 1783 to Andrée's heroic attempt to reach the North Pole in 1897.

  1. The First Flight by the Montgolfier Brothers in 1783: A milestone in human history that made the dream of flying a reality.
  2. The Balloon of Blanchard from 1785 with a Parachute: Blanchard's innovative contribution to aviation safety.
  3. The Flight of Tessu-Brissy from 1786: Further development in balloon flight, exploring the possibilities of air travel.
  4. The Elongated Balloons of Haerlein? and Renard by Krebs from 1872 and 1885: The evolution towards more streamlined and controllable aircraft.
  5. A French Military Balloon During the March from 1894: The use of balloons for military purposes and observation.
  6. The Flight of Andrée to the North Pole from 1897: An ambitious and adventurous attempt to explore the unknown regions of the North Pole.
Catalogue     Number                                                       
Sanguinetti  610
Fada 610