CT Dealer American European Asian Photographs Antique Vintage Modern Estate Furniture Paintings Sculpture Silver Porcelain Lamps Chandeliers
 
From Renaissance to Modern
OneofAKindAntiques.com
Established 1975 | Online 1995
 
Click to browse our popular antiques categories

FURNITURE

JEWELRY

FINEART

ASIAN

SILVER

SCULPTURE

DECORATIVE
To search our inventory,
enter an item number or
keywords:
 
Search in item Description
Find all word(s)
Find any word(s)
Search Help? Click Here
Sponsor: OneofaKindAntiques.comOne of a Kind Antiques: General Information Pages: resources and research material related links and information

Click here! Online price guide for

antiques antique archive archives sold items

All things Antique Vintage and Modern


Badminton
Baseball
Basketball
Boating
Bocce
Bowling
Boxing
Car Racing
Checkers - Draughts
Chess
Cribbage
Dog Racing
Falconry
Fencing
Football
Golf
Horse Racing
Jai Alai
Mahjong
Marbles
Model Planes
Parcheesi
Rodeo
Rugby
Soccer
Surfing
Tennis

Model Planes

Model Air Planes resources: history information links: sport rules

The first rubber-powered model plane can be credited to the French aviation enthusiast, Alphonse Penaud. Initially he experimented with rubber-powered model helicopters but later turned to building model planes powered by rubber. The Wright brothers were first exposed to flight by the toy helicopter their father gave them based on the helicopter developed by Penaud.

The first model airplane clubs started in the New York City area as early as 1907.

Recommended 'Model Planes' Related Links:

Brief History of Model Aviation
Brief History of Model Aviation



National Model Aviation Museum
National Model Aviation Museum

Copyright© 1995-2017, OneOfaKindAntiques.com, LLC. Owned and operated by One of a Kind Antiques, LLC. All Rights Reserved. One of a Kind Antiques, dealers since 1975 in: American, European & Asian Antiques, Baroque, Rococo, Empire, Federal, Regency, Victorian, Arts and Crafts, Art Deco, Mid Century Modern & country furniture, folk art, fine art, decorative objects, silver, rugs, ceramics & lighting.