[Framed print of ZK-ADV Tui]

Unknown, Photographer

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Maker and Role
Unknown, Photographer
Hand coloured print of 'Tui' biplane, ZK-ADV on ground outisde the Auckland Aero Club, Manger. Pre building of Auckland International Airport. This aircraft was owned and built 1931-32, and test flown in 1934, by Fred A. N. North, Chief Engineer of the Auckland Aero Club. This aircraft was the first N.Z. built plane to receive full Aerobatic Certificate of Airworthiness. Print is matted and framed in a gold frame.
Physical Description
1 print (framed) : colour ; 60 x 93 cm
Accession No
Credit Line
Unknown. [Framed print of ZK-ADV Tui], PHO-2018-18.1. Walsh Memorial Library, The Museum of Transport and Technology (MOTAT).

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