Detroit Aircraft Corporation - Dirigible in Vignette - ( Formally Ryan Aircraft )

Detroit Aircraft Corporation - Dirigible in Vignette - ( Formally Ryan Aircraft )

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Beautifully engraved Certificate from the Detroit Aircraft Corporation issued no later than 1934. This historic document was printed by the Wright Banknote Company and has an ornate border around it with a vignette of an airplane and a blimp. This item has the signature of the company's president and secretary and is over 69 years old.
Certificate Vignette The Detroit Aircraft Corporation was originally called the Aircraft Development Corporation when incorporated in 1922. Detroit Aircraft Corporation acquired Mahoney-Ryan in June 1929, renaming it Ryan Aircraft Corporation. Ryan Aircraft Corporation is famous for building Linbergh's Spirit of St. Louis Airplane. The company also owned Lockheed-Vega Aircraft which was acquired in 1929. Detroit Aircraft ceased business during the depression-ridden 1930s.

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