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  1. Boeing 727 PlaneTag™
    $89.95
    Get the presidential treatment with this luxurious 1968 Boeing 727, best known as the private jet of Donald J. Trump.  Purchased in the 1980’s, no expense was spared in refurbishing the flying palace - featuring rare art, Italian hand-crafted mahogany finishing, and $500,000 worth of 24-karat gold metal furnishings. Learn More
  2. Royal Air Force Vickers VC10 Aviation Tag
    $24.99
    Take from the Vickers VC10 that on November 17, 1967 completed its maiden flight for the British Royal Air Force. Learn More
  3. Virgin Atlantic Airbus 340 PlaneTag™
    $35.95
    PlaneTags are made from actual retired aircraft fuselage, not merely stamped metal. Learn More
  4. Boeing 757 PlaneTag™
    $35.95
    Designed to be the longest single aisle twin-jet commercial aircraft ever built. The Boeing 757-200 sported new technology wing and engines to give the best fuel mileage of any standard-body airlines. Learn More
  5. Gulfstream II PlaneTag™
    $39.95
    Taking to the skies in the 60s and 70s at the forefront of corporate transport, only 258 of the twin-jet swept wing Gulfstream II were originally built by Grumman. Learn More
  6. 1967 Eastern Airlines DC-9 Polished PlaneTag™
    $54.95
    This Douglas DC-9 took to the skies on February 25, 1965 from Long Beach, California, and became one of the most popular and successful jet airliners for several reasons. Learn More
  7. China Airlines Boeing 747-400 PlaneTag™
    $29.95
    Own a piece of aviation history with a PlaneTag made from China Airlines Boeing 747-400, Tail #B-18201. Learn More
  8. Howard Hughes A-20 Havoc PlaneTag™
    $59.95
    This Douglas A-20G Havoc, serial #: 43-22197 was a light bomber/attack aircraft built in Santa Monica, CA and delivered in June 1944. Learn More
  9. PBY Catalina PlaneTag™
    $39.95
    The PlaneTags have been manufactured from aluminum skin from a PBY-5A Catalina, Serial# Bu46590 manufactured for the US Navy in 1944 at the Consolidated factory in New Orleans. Learn More
  10. Piper PA-28 Aviation Tag
    $34.99
    Our limited-edition Piper PA28, also known by its alias Archer II, took to the skies for the first time in 1976. Learn More

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