Douglas DC-3 Dakota KLM Ibis Parked by Thijs Postma - Poster Only
Douglas DC-3 Dakota KLM Ibis Parked by Thijs Postma - Poster Only
Douglas DC-3 Dakota KLM Ibis Parked by Thijs Postma - Poster Only
Douglas DC-3 Dakota KLM Ibis Parked by Thijs Postma - Poster Only
Douglas DC-3 Dakota KLM Ibis Parked by Thijs Postma - Poster Only
Douglas DC-3 Dakota KLM Ibis Parked by Thijs Postma - Poster Only
Douglas DC-3 Dakota KLM Ibis Parked by Thijs Postma - Poster Only
Douglas DC-3 Dakota KLM Ibis Parked by Thijs Postma - Poster Only
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Douglas DC-3 Dakota KLM Ibis Parked by Thijs Postma - Poster Only

EAN: 6094142910949

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Description

What an impressive aircraft this Douglas DC-3 Dakota is! The PH-ALI was the first DC-3 of the KLM and was given the name Ibis. It started its first service in 1936 between Amsterdam and LeBourget (Paris). Later it was used between Amsterdam and Batavia (nowadays Indonesia). This specific aircraft was shot down over the Gulf of Biscay as the Germans thought Winston Churchill was on board.

Characteristics

  • Reproduction of original gouache painting
  • Museum-quality poster made on long-lasting matte (uncoated) archival paper.
  • Paper-weight: 250 gsm / 110 lb
  • Shipped in sturdy packaging protecting the poster