CAPTAIN EDWARD RICKENBACKER SIGNED LETTER \n\nFramed Captain Edward V. Rickenbacker Signed Letter and Sketch. Rickenbacker was a WWI Flying Ace fighter pilot accredited receiving the Medal of Honor and the most air kills during WWI. Including (1) A sketch of Rickenbacker in his fighter aircraft, signed by the artist L. Ortega, dated 2000. (2) Sets of Captain ranks. (1) Distinguished Flying Cross medal. (1) Hand signed letter from Rickenbacker. (1) Photo of Rickenbacker in a fighter aircraft. (1)Lot of 4 pieces: Eddie Rickenbacker signature written on a 5 x 1 inch scrap of paper with black text; Pair of John J. Pershing signatures, also on pieces of paper that appear to be the closing of letters, one listing him as Chairman; and a 1939 colorized Generals & Their Flags trading card, featuring No. 425 General Pershing on front with a brief description of his exploits on back. All are in VF condition. Edward Vernon Rickenbacker (October 8, 1890 – July 23, 1973) was an American fighter aceEleven (11) vintage hardcover books. Includes: The Birds’ Christmas Carol by Kate Douglas Wiggin 1894; Captain Rickenbacker’s Story 1943; and more. Lot measures 12 in. x 12 in. x 7 in. Provenance: Estate of David Milot. David was a Real Estate Broker by trade and a passionate, lifelong collector of anything of quality that caught his eye. His collection of fine art, bronzes, designer decor, period furniture, mid-century furniture, designer furniture, Chinese antiques and more are among some of tWORLD WAR I ACES (23) \n\nGood lot of 23 items signed by various aces and others, almost all American aces. Includes: JAMES NORMAN HALL, served in Lafayette Escadrille, co-author with Charles B. Nordhoff of ’The Lafayette Flying Corps and ’Mutiny on the Bounty’, T.L.S., Tahiti, [n.d.]: ’Arué is quite a distance from Paea in these days of gasoline rationing & poor transportation…’; WILLIAM T. BADHAM, ace with five kills, A.L.S., 1966: ’…Putnam, Luke, Rickenbacker, Fonck, Richthofen … all weEDWARD V. RICKENBACKER \n\n(1890 – 1973) American aviator and World War I ace credited with 26 ””kills””, later president of Eastern Air Lines. T.L.S. on his personal letterhead, 1p. 4to., New York, Feb. 24, 1969 sending an account (included): ’…of the combat for which I received the Congressional Medal of Honor…’ which also appeared in his memoirs. Toned a bit at margins, else very good. 1925 Rickenbacker finished in two-tone green over black. Rarely seen Rickenbacker, a Detroit marque inspired by American fighter ace in World War I and Medal of Honor recipient Eddie Rickenbacker. Emblem was taken from Rickenbacker’s flying squadron insignia, the ”Hat in the Ring.” The Rickenbacker Motor Company was incorporated in July 1921 when Barney Everitt decided to start up another car company. He asked Eddie Rickenbacker for the use of his name on the automobiles and named Rickenbacker v DESCRIPTION: (7 Pc) The Great Commander book collection. This is a collection of first person accounts of history’s great military leaders published under a common imprint and in a uniform format. Published in 1940, by The University of North Carolina Press. This lot includes the following titles: \n\n(1) DOUGLAS. I Rode with Stonewall. \n\n(1) NAPOLEON. The Diaries. \n\n(1) RICKENBACKER. Fighting The Flying Circus. \n\n(1) GRANT. Memoirs. \n\n(1) PATTON. War As I Knew It. \n\n(1) FREDERICK THEFAMOUS AVIATORS \n\nBalance of a collection, signatures of three famous aviators including: AUGUSTE PICCARD (1884-1962), Swiss physicist, inventor, and explorer known for his record-breaking hydrogen balloon flights; DON GENTILE (1920-1951) ’Ace of Aces’, World War II USAAF pilot who surpassed Eddie Rickenbacker’s World War I record of 26 downed aircraft; and JOHN SYDNEY OWENS (1893-1965) American pursuit pilot and a flying ace in World War I. Very good.
Filmcraft Inc. Presents Captain Eddie Rickenbacker?s, Ace Drummond. . Hollywood: Filmcraft. One sheet poster for this thirteen-part serial, featuring the cast in front of an action-packed background. Approximately 41 x 27?. Linen backed. Rolled. Some old creases, some overpainting, some marginal repaired tears. A- / B+.Edward Vernon Rickenbacker was an American fighter ace in World War I and a Medal of Honor recipient. With 26 aerial victories, he was the United States’ most successful fighter ace in the war and is considered to have received the most awards for valor by an American during the war. Rickenbacker has signed this typed letter. Measures 8 x 10. Good condition. This lot comes from the extensive personal collection of a life-long collector of Historical, Entertainment and Sports artifacts and memora
Eddie Rickenbacker signed this copy of his autobiography “Rickenbacker” using a black felt-tip pen. He included the inscription “1968” just below his name”. Rickenbacker was an American Fighter Ace in World War I and a Medal of Honor recipient. He is considered to have won the most awards of valour of any American from WWI. Good condition, some wear to top edge of the dust jacket. Measures approximately 6.5” x 9.25”. This lot comes from the extensive personal collection of a life-long collectorA SOLID-BODY ELECTRIC BASS GUITAR, MODEL 4001 RICKENBACKER INCORPORATED, SANTA ANA, CALIFORNIA, 1977 Bearing the logo, ’Rickenbacker’, impressed on the truss rod cover at the headstock along with ’MADE IN U.S.A. / MODEL 4001’, and bearing the dating code ’QA / 126’ stamped on the jack-plate cover, the two-piece maple neck with walnut center strip, the bound fingerboard of bubinga inlaid with faux-pearl triangle position markers, the body of maple with walnut center strip and top binding, the bla
Cover by Joe Musial. Edited by Ruth Plumly Thompson (sometimes credited as Jo King). Stories and art by William Ritt, Clarence Gray, Fran Striker, Brandon Walsh, Nicholas Afonsky, Carl Anderson, Jack Burnley, R. J. Scott, Marge Buell, Eddie Sullivan, Charlie Schmidt, Lee Falk, Phil Davis, Tom Sims, Bela Zaboly, George McManus, Otto Soglow, Eddie Rickenbacker, Clayton Knight, Charles Flanders, Ruth Plumly Thompson, Frank Miller, Don Moore and Alex Raymond. Pioneering comics publisher David McKay(1890 – 1973) American aviator and World War I ace credited with 26 kills, later president of Eastern Air Lines. T.L.S. ?Eddie’ on his personal letterhead, 2pp. 4to., New York, 1963, sending a Christmas letter to a friend. In part: ’…As we grow older the years seem to take on an accelerated pace for the longer we live the shorter they get…what have we accomplished to perpetuate the land of the free and the home of the brave…hope that the New Year will bring us the image of a man or men toRICKENBACKER, SANTA ANA, 1993\n\nA SOLID-BODY 12-STRING ELECTRIC GUITAR, 620⁄12\n\nThe logo Rickenbacker / MADE IN U.S.A. at the truss rod cover, stamped at the input jack cover E6 / 7775, all maple construction, Brazilian rosewood fingerboard, with hard-shell case with allen keys and case lock keys\n\nLength of back 13 5⁄8 in. (35 cm.) DONALD S. GENTILE \n\n(1920-1951) ’Ace of Aces’, World War II USAAF pilot who surpassed Eddie Rickenbacker’s World War I record of 26 downed aircraft. Rare T.L.S. 1p. 4to., Piqua, OH, Feb. 13, 1948, to an autograph seeker sending a signed photo (not included). Slight tear at left margin, otherwise very good condition. EDWARD V. RICKENBACKER \n\n(1890 – 1973) American aviator and World War I ace credited with 26 ’kills’, later president of Eastern Air Lines. His signed autobiography ’Rickenbacker’ (Englewood Cliffs: Prentice-Hall). 1967. First edition, 458pp. in blue and black cloth with gold title to spine, a few tears to dust jacket. Boldly signed and dated ’1967’ on the first flyleaf. Very good.DON GENTILE \n\n(1920 ? 1951) American military pilot, also known as ’Ace of Aces’, a World War II USAAF pilot who surpassed Eddie Rickenbacker’s World War I record of 26 downed aircraft. He later served in the post-war U.S. Air Force, killed in a jet trainer accident. Rare first day postal cover including an Iwo Jima commemorative stamp, honors the ’Armed Services’ and canceled in Washington.Feb. 26, 1946,signed across the face. Fine. RICKENBACKER INTERNATIONAL CORPORATION, SANTA ANA, 1990\n\nA SEMI-HOLLOW-BODY ELECTRIC GUITAR, 325V59\n\nBearing the logo Rickenbacker / MADE IN U.S.A. the headstock, and stamped at the jackplate F3 / 7602, bubinga or pau ferro fingerboard, with hard case\n\nLength of back 12 in. (30.7 cm.)
20TH C. HUB CAPS, CAR BADGES, & HOOD ORNAMENT \n\nEarly 20th century hub caps, Cadillac, Ford, Hudson, and Paige. Car badges, Rickenbacker, La Crosse, and American Automobile Club. Flying goddess hood ornament.
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