Co-Inventor of the world's first successful airplane, ORVILLE WRIGHT, hand-signed pilot's license. Signed by Wright as Chairman of the "National Aeronautic Association Of USA" and certifying aviation pioneer “Clarence Young” fulfilled all conditions to become an aviator pilot dated September 18, 1925.Attached on the opposite page is a photo of a youthful Mr. Young along with his signature. Comes with Mr. Young’s business card.Orville Wright, working with his brother Wilbur, made the first heavier-than-air, powered, controlled flight by man, leading the world into the aviation age.An architect of the Federal airways system, COL. CLARENCE M. YOUNG was the holder of the United States Civil Air License No. 2. He personally inspected the "Spirit of St. Louis" and approved its registration and Charles Lindbergh's pilot license.CERTIFIED AUTHENTIC BY BECKETT AUTHENTICATIONS SERVICES (BAS) EXPERT EXAMINATION. UNCONDITIONALLY GUARANTEED GENUINE. Item is encapsulated inside Beckett's sonically-sealed, tamper-evident holder.
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ORVILLE WRIGHT * BAS * Authentic AUTOGRAPH Pilot License SIGNED * Beckett