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  1. B-17G “12 O’clock High” PlaneTag™
    $55.00
    Plane Tags are made from actual retired aircraft fuselage, not merely stamped metal. Because Plane Tags are made from real fuselage, each Plane Tag bears the color, thickness, and wear and tear from the portion of the fuselage from which it was cut and it is therefore rare to create two identical Plane Tags. Learn More
  2. P-40 Warhawk PlaneTag™
    $84.95
    The Curtiss P-40 Warhawk fighter/ground-attack aircraft was one of WWII’s most famous fighters. Learn More
  3. B-52 Bomber PlaneTag™
    $64.95
    This B-52 PlaneTag is made from the wing flap of this long-ranged jet-powered strategic bomber.   Learn More
  4. B-26 Marauder PlaneTag™
    $64.95
    This B-26 Bomber PlaneTag from Serial #40-1370 was assigned to the 11th Air Force, 73rd Bombardment Squadron in Anchorage, Learn More
  5. Southwest Boeing 737 PlaneTag™
    $35.95
    This 737-300 Tail#  N665WN finished its lengthy career serving with Southwest Airlines from 1997  through 2017. Learn More
  6. 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
  7. Huey UH-1B PlaneTag™
    $54.95
    This “Huey” UH-1B #64-14065 flew Vietnam combat missions in 1966-67 with the U.S. Army’s C Battery, 2/20th Aerial Rocket Artillery, 1st Calvary Division - and later withe 129th Assault until 1969.  Learn More
  8. Boeing 747 PlaneTag™
    $24.95
    Known as the Queen of the Skies, the Boeing 747 has flown as luxury liner and jumbo cargo carrier since 1969. Learn More
  9. 1967 Eastern Airlines DC-9 Blue PlaneTag™
    $64.95
    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
  10. Douglas DC-3 Aviation Tag
    $59.99
    Our limited-edition DC-3 Aviation Tag is crafted from the left wing of the historic C-47B-30-DK – better known as the Candy Bomber. Learn More

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