|Featuring 12 magnificent air-to-air color photographs of the combat aircraft of World War I by Master Aviation Photographer Philip Makanna. Each month is suitable for framing. Includes a unique chronological history of the aviation events of the war, as well as specifications and silhouettes. Each page is 20" x 14" and opens to 20" x 28".|
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GHOSTS WWI CALENDAR 2022
I couldnt find the 2021 calendar locally, and so was resigned to having a blank spot on my office wall where one of these calendars has resided since 2014. The photography of these calendars is wonderful, and the large format really shows off the quality of the work. The printing quality is great as well.
Like its WW2 calendar cousin, this 2021 Ghost Calendar of WW1 is out there but I couldnt buy one, easily. I didnt mess around Airport Spruce & Specialty Co. had it. Simply, I had to have this calendar: Lest We Forget. The photography and quality are beautiful. I dont how they do it at such a great price. Aircraft Spruce got this calendar to me very fast. They packaged it real good for me, too. Its humbling to know there are people like the Specialty Spruce pros who can take care of my order--no matter how small it may seem to others. Thank you, Dennis
Excellent service, delivery time, product quality. Ill happily do business again with Aircraft Spruce & Specialty Co. !! Walt Rozmus-
I bought this for my father who just turned 92! He loved it! Im not waiting another year to purchase the WWII calendar for him!
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