Original 1922 "I'm Going to See You in my Voisin" Poster

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  • Original 1922 "I'm Going to See You in my Voisin" Poster
  • Original 1922 "I'm Going to See You in my Voisin" Poster
  • Original 1922 "I'm Going to See You in my Voisin" Poster
  • Original 1922 "I'm Going to See You in my Voisin" Poster
  • Original 1922 "I'm Going to See You in my Voisin" Poster
  • Original 1922 "I'm Going to See You in my Voisin" Poster
  • Original 1922 "I'm Going to See You in my Voisin" Poster
  • Original 1922 "I'm Going to See You in my Voisin" Poster
  • Original 1922 "I'm Going to See You in my Voisin" Poster
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1922 "I'm Going to See You in my Voisin" Poster

Item Number:  j1508
Price:  
$2,850.00

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Country of Origin: France
Era: Vintage
Age: circa 1922
Measurements: Height : 29.75 inches

  Depth : 1.5 inches

  Length/Width : 22.5 inches

ALERT!! This poster is for all the guys who are into automobiles, like cool art for their man cave or garage or appreciate rare and unique automobilia with a rich and interesting history, this is for you. From 1922, this Voisin has been framed and matted a while back adding to it's character and charm. With vibrant colors and a great subject, this poster has plenty of class. If you need a great gift for that hard to buy for guy, look no farther as this is fantastic. Do not miss this rare and desirable offering, call or email TODAY!!

 

Gabriel Voisin was born on February 5th of 1880 and lived until Christmas Day in 1973. He was born at Belleville-sur-Saône, France, and is remembered as a French aviation pioneer and a producer of automobiles. In 1900, he met Clement Ader who aided in the study of aeronautics. In mid-1905 he had a fast boat tow a glider that was lightweight yet structurally rigid. His glider flew for over 500 feet as the boat pulled he and the glider along. When the boat slowed, the glider came back down and went into the water, nearly drowning Voisin in the process. This near-death experience did not slow the ambition aviator; in 1906 he had opened the world's first aviation firm, the Les Freres Voisin, meaning Airplanes Voisin.

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