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By G. Philip Marris

1921 Advert - the de Havilland range of aircraft
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1935 Advert - de Havilland DH 86 Express Air Liner
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1935 Advert - de Havilland DH 87 Hornet Moth light biplane
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1940 Advert - de Havilland DH 82 Tiger Moth - "The Trainer of the Empire"
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1946 Advert - de Havilland Gipsy Queen Engine
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1950 Advert - de Havilland DH 114 Heron air liner
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1951 Advert - de Havilland DH 112 Venom Jet Fighter
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A selection of de Havilland adverts from 1921 to 1951

The de Havilland aircraft company was established in 1920 at Stag Lane Aerodrome, Edgware on the outskirts of North London. The company moved to Hatfield in the early 1930s.

From an early period, the company was advertising heavily. One of the oldest adverts from 1921 proudly displayed de Havilland’s vast range of aeroplanes.

This page shows a few of these old adverts, which are displayed with grateful thanks to Aviation Ancestry. For hundreds more, visit the Aviation Ancestry website and enter “de Havilland” in the search field.

This page was added on 11/04/2016.

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