Wright Flyer Fabric Artifact Display

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The Wright Brothers Flyer holds a place in history as the world's first successful powered aircraft. Designed and built by Orville and Wilbur Wright, two visionary aviation pioneers, the Flyer made its historic flight on December 17, 1903, near Kitty Hawk, North Carolina. This groundbreaking aircraft, a biplane with a wingspan of 12.3 meters (40 feet), was powered by a 12-horsepower engine and sustained a brief flight of 12 seconds, covering a distance of 36.5 meters (120 feet). The Flyer's successful flights marked a pivotal moment in human achievement, propelling the world into the age of powered flight.

The Fabric Sample captures a piece of aviation history frozen in time by crystal-clear Lucite acrylic. This extraordinary keepsake features an authentic piece of fabric from the iconic aircraft that revolutionized human flight and opened the skies to a new era of possibilities.

The Wright Brothers Flyer Fabric Sample is a tribute to the pioneers who ushered in a new age of aviation and forever changed the course of human history. Whether you're an aviation enthusiast, a history buff, or simply admire groundbreaking achievements, this display is a must-have addition to your collection.

Customer Reviews

Based on 6 reviews
tim hennessy
Good, but...

I enjoyed the Wright Flyer Fabric Artifact Display. However, there was no certificate of authenticity. So as far as I can tell its just a piece of cloth in acrylic

William Taylor
Sooo sweeet

Love it. Thanks guys!

Robert Edgell

Wright Flyer Fabric Artifact Display

No COA - Would like verification

I got the piece and I don’t mind the size, if it’s really is from the weight brothers plane, I wouldn’t expect a huge piece for $50 anyway.

I would have liked a back story on how they got the fabric or a certificate of authenticity with the piece to verify it’s real.

The first question anyone asks me, “how do you know it’s real?”

And the simple answer is, I don’t. Which is why I’d have loved a COA of some sort, or a pic of the original piece.

Hi Richard, the original COA from the Smithsonian is available for the Wright Flyer Fabric artifact. We emailed that to you. We are working on printing our own COA's for the individual artifact displays. In the meantime, we can send the original COA's via email.

Kimber Gessinger
Slow service

It took them a week to ship my order, very slow… the product is a lot smaller than I thought.