An original Concorde design drawing, late 1960s, 53 x 30 inches (135 x 76cm)
Lot 250
An original Concorde design drawing, late 1960s, 135 x 76cm.
Sold for £2,000 (US$ 3,361) inc. premium
Lot Details
An original Concorde design drawing, late 1960s,
entitled Definition Of Compartment Boundaries, Ventilation & Drainage, No. D73.5050 and dated 10.9.68, graphite on design paper, with original auction sticker signed by test pilot Brian Trubshaw, framed,
53 x 30 inches (135 x 76cm)

Footnotes

  • Originally sold Sotheby's London, 16th March 1995, The Concorde Archive From The Haydon-Baillie Naval And Aircraft Museum.

    When the Concorde Prototype 001 first took to the air in Toulouse on 2nd March 1969, it represented the achievement of the best part of a decade of collaboration between the British and French aircraft industries. The thousands of design drawings generated from that partnership represented the last such to be produced entirely by human hand, without computerisation, for a leading aircraft project.
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