This hall marked silver luggage tag is brand new in original presentation box. These highly prized items were only offered to a select number of Concorde passengers.Made and Hall Marked in England with the Concorde logo raised in the silver work. It is 4.5 inches long and 1.75 inches wide and comes with the original certificate. It has an attaching loop and an oval address sheet (rigid plastic) attached at the back.
This is an original Concorde document folder/stationary kit/information pack made to be presented to passengers on Concorde scheduled flights. Contents include: Racing green Concorde embossed stitched folder, Concorde embossed notebook, Concorde embossed writing paper and envelopes, original Concorde flight certificate, Concorde postcards and a Concorde information and history booklet with room inside for pens and business cards.
We have a few of these folders hand signed by Captain Mike Bannister and you can opt for one of these below when ordering.
Fantastic opportunity for investors and collectors to acquire three very special pieces with each piece individually hand signed by Mike Bannister - Chief Concorde Pilot.
- A flown engine blade.- An inflight folder kit,- An A3 photographic print of the iconic picture taken in the closing stages of the final ever flight when Mike Bannister was in the cockpit.We have a limited number of these Collector's & Investors sets which will be available only while stocks last. Details on the individual items can be found in the relevant store sections where the individual items can also be purchased. Purchasing the 3 items seperately costs £120.
This is a Rolls Royce Olympus 593 Turbojet engine High Pressure Compressor Vane. This is a flown item that powered BAs Concorde fleet and the blade shows signs of use. It was manufactured by Rolls Royce and has the Olympus 593 part number B430542. The dimensions of this item in centimetres are approximately 15.5 x 4 x 4 and it weighs approximately 400g. These are used components so may show signs of surface scratches, discolourations, as a result of pushing Concorde through the sky at Mach 2.. These may be polished out or left as testimony to the service they have seen.
From the test era this was made in April 1973 and it is very rare for such an early item in having it's original manufacturers quality certificate attached. It measures 10 x 7 cms.Concorde Part Number: G66-7608-000, Issue Number: B, Serial Number: L73200, Manufacturer's Part & Issue Number: B12020-301 Issue 1