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DC-7 in Flight Above Farmland BI2306

DC-7 in Flight Above Farmland BI2306

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Douglas DC-7 (1953-1958): On May 18, 1953, Douglas introduced the DC-7, a larger and faster airliner than its DC-4 and DC-6 look-a-like predecessors. The DC-7 was powered by four “turbo-compound” engines, which enabled it to fly nonstop across the United States westbound against prevailing winds - a capability which the airlines of the day had dreamed of for years. A later version, the DC-7C, provided an even greater range capability that enabled it to fly anywhere in the world, thus earning the nickname “Seven Seas.” A total of 338 DC-7s were produced from 1953 to 1958, all for commercial airline customers. TheDC-7 was the last propeller driven airliner built by Douglas and the last built at the Santa Monica plant in Southern California.Photographic Prints are printed on high gloss, heavy photographic paper using the finest Canon archival inks.

Wall Murals are printed on 42" matte finish, self-adhesive PhotoTex fabric panels that combine and mount easily and are great for a smooth wall surface. We can custom make to any size, just ask.

Stretched Canvas is stretched by hand over 1.50" thick pine bars and printed on cotton poly matte finish canvas. Each canvas is hand coated with Hahnemuhle UV/Archive coating, these are Swiss quality best in industry canvases.

All our images are digitized from the original negative , printed and assembled in Switzerland to museum standards by our master printer.

All of our products are popular and custom made by hand to order, please allow up to 6 weeks to make them and up to 3 weeks for shipment anywhere in the world.

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