|Title||Color postcard showing dirigible "Nulli Secundus" (British Army Dirigible No 1) in flight at sunset or sunrise|
|Caption||Color postcard showing British Army dirigible "Nulli Secundus"|
|Scope & Content||
Embossed color postcard showing dirigible in flight at sunset or sunrise. On front of card: "Nulli Secundus".
British Army Dirigible No 1, christened Nulli Secundus (Latin: "Second to none") was a semi-rigid airship. First flown on 09/10/1907, it was Britain's first powered military aircraft.
No message on reverse, but magazine clipping, © 1914, of mustachioed man in profile is pasted over message and address areas.
Part of the Raphael Tuck & Sons' Educational Series of Post Cards No. 406, "Aviation".
British Army Dirigible No 1
|Creator||Raphael Tuck & Sons|
|Year Range from||1907|
|Year Range to||1914|
|Relation(s)||Show Related Records...|
|Condition Notes||Normal wear and fading; magazine clippings pasted to back of card.|