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MEMMOTT COLLECTION Aviation Series


Set Type: Silver $20, Aviation Series, 1990-1999, Proof
Owner: Clay
Last Modified: 9/24/2019
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Rank: 2
Score: 14835
Leading by: 3081
Points to Higher Rank: 1554
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Started this set 3 May 2007! Each coin in this series has a worldwide mintage of 50,000.

1990The Avro LancasterIn the
1940s, production of the Lancaster was one of Canada's great technical contributions to Allied efforts in World War II. This extraordinary aircraft became famous as the most successful heavy night bomber deployed over Europe.After the war, Lancasters served the Royal Canadian Air Force in maritime reconnaissance roles as flying laboratories and made a major contribution to the aerial mapping of Canada through photo survey work.
1992 UPGRADED CURTIS JN4-CANUCK to PF-70 UC 6 January 2011 1992The de Havilland Gipsy MothOriginally from Great Britain, the de Havilland Moth, a light two-seat aircraft, became the standard equipment of most flying clubs of the world in the 1920's. Its success soon led to the establishment of de Havilland subsidiaries in Canada and Australia. In the early thirties, the Moth aircraft, renowned for its long distance performance and reliability became a familiar sight across Canada as a Flying Club aircraft, and was subsequently used for varied purposes such as training R.C.A.F. pilots, bush flying, as well as exploration and pleasure flights. 1993The Fairchild 71CDesigned in 1932 mainly for civil use, the Canadian-built Fairchild 71C was a seven-seat utility monoplane developed from the famous Fairchild FC-2. The Fairchild 71C model featured folding wings and an undercarriage that could be quickly changed over from wheels to skis or floats. This aircraft served mainly as freighter in Northern Canada and was occasionally used for photographic surveys, as well as for technical training by the R.C.A.F during World War II.Upgraded 1994 Curtiss to PF-70 UC 2 June 20111994The Curtiss HS-2LUsed by the military during World War I, the Curtiss HS-2L later became an important bush aircraft in Canada. The country's first bush flying operation began in June 1919 when survey flights were conducted from Lac-a-la-Tortue, Quebec. The first Canadian civil Curtiss HS-2L, named La Vigilance, was delivered there by pilot Stuart Graham, acting navigator Madge Graham and engineer Walter Kahre who had flown from the former United States Naval Air Station at Dartmouth, Nova Scotia. They covered 1,038 kilometres in three days, which was the longest cross-country flight made in Canada up to that time.1995UPGRADED 1995 $20 Canada DHC-1 Chipmuck to PF-70 UC 18 February 2011.1995The Fleet 80 CanuckAircraft manufacturers began to fous on peacetime markets at the end of the Second World War. In 1945, Fleet Aircraft Ltd of Fort Erie, Ontario, purchased the prototype and rights of the Noury N-75 designed by J. Omer (Bob) Noury. Fleet renamed the aircraft the Fleet 80 Canuck, and 225 were built. The side-by-side seating of the Canuck proved to be ideally suited for training pilots. The Canuck also served a number of transport roles in northern parts of Canada. There are still eighty-four of these durable airplanes on record with the Canadian civil registry.1996 MEMMOTT COLLECTION NGC PF-70 UCThe Avro Canada CF-100 CanuckDetermined to eliminate reliance on foreign manufactured aircraft, the RCAF commissioned Avro Canada to design and build the Avro Canada CF-100. A fledgling company, Avro attracted experienced Canadian aviation personel employed during the Second World War. The Avro CF-100 Canuck became a major Canadian aviation success.1997The Canadair F-86 Sabre: The Golden HawksInnovative and talented, the expertise of the Canadian aviation industry continued to excite the imagination. The technology of the Canadair F-86 Sabre was world renowed. The Sabre became one of the top military aircraft in Europe during the 1950's. Chosen to fulfill Canada's fighter aircraft commitment to NATO, a team of Sabres went on to become famous as the Golden Hawks. Painted gold with a red and white hawk emblazoned on each side, the Golden Hawks thrilled audiences with their aerobatic maneuvers.1999de Havilland Canada DHC-6 Twin OtterThe single-engined Otter, with its superb short-take-off-and landing (STOL) characteristics, dominated the bush plane market in mid-century; however, when fitted with floats, it had a limited payload. In the late 1950's, de Havilland developed a powerful propeller turbine to replace the piston engine, and worked with the military to refine its STOL technology. These developments resulted in a new, twin-prop aircraft that would equal the STOL performance of its predecessor while surpassing its speed and load-carrying capacity. The superbly versatile bush plane that resulted made its first test flight on May 20, 1965 and has sold all over the world since then. Helping to open up remote areas and recognized as one of the finest commuter aircraft anywhere, the DHC-6 has also proven its usefulness for military purposes.
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View Coin 1990 ANSON AND HARVARD - GILT PF 69 UC NGC 591
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View Coin 1990 LANCASTER - GILT PF 69 UC NGC 1160
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View Coin 1991 HAVILLAND BEAVER - GILT PF 69 UC NGC 591
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View Coin 1991 SILVER DART - GILT PF 69 UC NGC 591
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View Coin 1992 CURTISS JN-4 - CANUCK - GILT PF 70 ULTRA CAMEO NGC 692
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View Coin 1992 GIPSY MOTH - GILT PF 69 UC NGC 591
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View Coin 1993 FAIRCHILD - GILT PF 69 UC NGC 591
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View Coin 1993 LOCKHEED 14 SUPER ELECTRA - GILT PF 69 UC NGC 591
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View Coin 1994 CURTISS - GILT PF 70 ULTRA CAMEO NGC 692
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View Coin 1994 VEDETTE - GILT PF 69 UC NGC 591
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View Coin 1995 DHC-1 CHIPMUNK - GILT PF 70 ULTRA CAMEO NGC 692
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View Coin 1995 FLEET 80 CANUCK - GILT PF 69 UC NGC 591
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View Coin 1996 CF-100 CANUCK - GILT PF 70 UC NGC 692
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View Coin 1999 DASH 8 - GILT PF 69 UC NGC 1010
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