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N-9 and HS-2L Navy Flying Boats Print
Circa 1918

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N-9 and HS-2L Navy Flying Boats Print for Sale

N-9 and HS-2L Navy Flying Boats Print for Sale

N-9 and HS-2L Flying Boats

The face of this postcard reads Naval Air Station - San Diego, Cal. A-18

The reverse of this postcard reads: The H-S-2-L is worth about $35,000 & the N-9 about $25,000. One of these H-S-2-L flying boats went out at 8AM & has not been heard from since. I expect it has a burnt out motor. It is the most practical fighting seaplane yet devised. The N-9 above is a scouter.

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Each image size is 10"x6.3". Paper size is 12"x16", to allow space for matting.

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This historic postcard reprint is available as a print with both sides of the postcard printed as seen above, ready to be matted and framed, using a standard frame size.

The face of this postcard reads Naval Air Station - San Diego, Cal. A-18

The reverse of this postcard reads: The H-S-2-L is worth about $35,000 & the N-9 about $25,000. One of these H-S-2-L flying boats went out at 8AM & has not been heard from since. I expect it has a burnt out motor. It is the most practical fighting seaplane yet devised. The N-9 above is a scouter.

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