Costes - LeBrix Round-the-World Flight: Brazil to Chile leg cover, rare Mu. Between 10 October 1927 and 14 April 1928 Costes and Joseph Le Brix flew 57,410 km (35,652 miles) around the world, in Breguet 19GR. During the trip, they made the first non-stop aerial crossing of the South Atlantic Ocean on 14-15 October 1927, flying between Saint-Louis, Senegal, and Natal, Brazil. While in South America, they routed themselves through every country in the continent. Cover carried on the demonstration flight Rio - Santiago Dec.
12-13 1927, with "RAID: Rio de Janero a Santiago/ 2 me Traversee de la Cordillere des Andes" cachet. Muller 28; per that catalogue, 11 covers were flown.CONDITIONS OF SALE: PLEASE READ. All payments must be received within 14 days from the end of the listing. Multiple wins can be combined. Contact me if you prefer other carrier. Contact me if you have further questions. Yakov Lurye, PO Box 431, Cranbury NJ 08512 USA. Lots described as collections, accumulations, or groups, and lots described "as is" are not returnable. Normal postal wear, light creases and tears are expected on old covers and are not a reason for return even if not mentioned. Image colors depend on lighting and other factors and are expected to differ to some degree from original colors. Expertization requests should be made at the time of sale. Lots sent for expertization must be paid in full. Experts must be agreed upon by both sides, and expertization should performed within 90 days from the day of sale. We do not mark merchandise values below value or mark items as "gifts". US and International government regulations prohibit such behavior. The item "Costes LeBrix Round-the-World Flight Brazil to Chile leg cover, rare (Mu. 28)" is in sale since Monday, March 24, 2014. This item is in the category "Stamps\Europe\France & Colonies". The seller is "collectora" and is located in Cranbury, New Jersey. This item can be shipped worldwide.