Pratt & Whitney Limited Edition Medal
Rare Pratt & Whitney Aircraft
*Gold and Blue Eagle Medal*
Commemorating 50 Years in Florida.
With Original Box and Plastic Case
Rarely do these ever come up for purchase in mint condition.
Gorgeous Pratt & Whitney collectible.
In new never touched condition.
Large 1.75 inches across (44mm).
Mails within 24 hours or less (often same day!) in a
well-secured package with tracking and insurance!
Smoke and Pet Free Studio
Please check out our other neat collectibles here in our
Etsy Shop and on our Pattern site.
Thanks for stopping by!
Chris and Carol
This wonderful medal is also available directly from our Etsy shop at http://www.ccstudio2380.com
Fuji Photo Film Company’s Pet 35 was introduced in 1959. As best as we can tell, the Pet was only available in the home market. Few nice examples exist today and even fewer with their original leather case.
Here’s an example of a very popular camera for Fuji during the late 1950s and early 1960s.
A Pet 35 leather case in all of its 1950s glory!
The Pet 35 fits snugly into its leather case – the front does not detach so it always flops around (and weakens the crease).
One of the coolest logos around.
If you run across a nice Fuji Pet 35 don’t pass it by. They are very much a real 35mm camera with excellent qualities – a glass lens with selectable apertures and adjustable focus. We haven’t run a roll of film through it yet but it’s on our list.
Camera: Fujifilm FinePix S9900W
Launched April 16, 1972 from the Kennedy Space Center at Cape Canaveral, Florida. The three Astronauts were: Young, Mattingly and Duke.
This is the official “Apollo Astronaut Emblem” new in the original package. 4 inch round patch very nicely embroidered. This is the launch that I was at and filmed with my dad’s 8mm movie camera. I hope to be able to post the video of it soon. It was one of the most amazing sights and sounds I have ever witnessed.
Back when TWA was still in business. This patch in its original unopened package is rather rare. I purchased it at the KSC as I lived in Cocoa Beach, Florida at the time of the launch.
Thanks for your visit.