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    Posted 11 years ago

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    Part of my collection of zeppelin memorabilia. This artists rendering of the Goodyear Zeppelin hanger appeared in the October 19, 1929 Saturday Evening Post. (the real hanger was still under construction at the time)

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    1. Rickquel Kehoe, 10 years ago
      I see it says you collect zepplin memorabilia...I have picture of the uss Akron in Duraluminum frame (from the Akron} picture is signed by M Bourke-White On the duraluminum frame it says Winner...James A Kinney Third-Annual Goodyear Dealers Zepplin Race July-August 1931 This Frame is made of duralumin used in girder constructiom of the united states airship Akron built by the goodyear zeppelin corporation................I am not a collector....I have no idea its worth....Its pretty cool Though!

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