2015-07-06 14:51:12

Old posters, timetables, advertisements, aircraft models, uniforms and even airsickness bags are seeing strong demand from aviation aficionados and industry veterans. Pilot wings from defunct pre-World War II airlines can go for more than $1,000, collectors say. Large airplane models that used to grace the windows of travel agencies fetch $7,000 or more. A menu from a Braniff International Concorde flight went for $500 at a recent at a recent show. A rare airsickness bag can cost $25.
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