Vintage 1973 PAN AM Flight Attendant Uniform & KEY NR
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Sold Date: 01/03/2008
Channel: Online Auction
Up for auction is an authentic, genuine Vintage PAN AMERICAN World Airways 1973 Flight Attendant Uniform by Evan-Picone. Also, attached to the uniform with a pulley string cord is the authentic, genuine Cockpit Door Key from a Boeing 707, 727, and/or 747. No longer in operation, PAN AM was a terrific airline known the world over.The Key was made by, "Adams Rite Manufacturing Company Glendale, CA." engraved on the front of the key with logo "(ar)." On the back of the key is the "Key number T-4619, ar logo, Made in U.S.A. Do Not Duplicate." In business for over 100 years, The Adams Rite Company is still in business today. The key was used by flight attendants to open the cockpit door to communicate with, and serve beverages and food to the cockpit crew. How do I know this one might ask? It is my very own uniform! Yes, and I have the official picture as proof! Great item for the aviation collector or PAN AM collector. This uniform and key are part of American Aviation history. Please inquire about other PAN AM collectibles I have and if you have any questions please submit them. Thank you. Evan-Picone Career Apparel Angelica is on the label of the jacket. E. Picone re-designed the uniforms back in the early 1970's for PAN AM. This is a fine quality PAN AM signature blue uniform with attached white bodice crepe de chine body, to the skirt, and a lined jacket. The official gold plated or brass shiny buttons with the signature globe design on them by Waterbury Co. Inc. Conn.(CT) engraved on the reverse of the buttons are on the front and cuffs. The lining of the jacket is a matching blue crepe de chine and the same blue fabric lines the skirt. Jacket is Size 6 Petite, Dress/Skirt is Size 10 Average. Flight Attendants were allowed to order custom sized skirts/dresses and jackets upon being fitted in Miami, FL for their optimal size uniform. This uniform is in very good to excellent condition. No wear spots. T is a tiny minor coffee? spot on the back of the lower jacket. Not very noticeable. Otherwise, the uniform looks new to me. Very well made with overstiched seams and blue top stitching on jacket. It has been stored in a heavy plastic garment bag for many years in a bedroom closet, not the attic or basement. This uniform dates from when PAN AM was the biggest and best international airline in the world and was welcomed, admired, and respected in all of the countries in 6 continents it flew to back in the day. This is from the era when people actually "dressed up" and put on their "Sunday bests" when flying! First Class service was like dining in a 4+ Star restaurant with heavy silverplate flatware, white cotton linens, crystal glassware, and fabulous cooked to order food! Too bad PAN AM is still not in operation. Shipping: I will ship within 2 days of funds received and cleared. I will ship FedEx if the cost is lower for non-breakables. Insurance is required for breakables and buyer assumes cost for this if any. I ship to 48 U.S. states for now. Packing and handling charges very reasonable and included in shipping cost. Please wait to pay for item until I invoice entire amount based on your location and final packing/weighing of item. If item is received damaged buyer assumes responsibility to deal with shipping company. I will provide paper work. However, I double box and pack securely, so t most likely will not be an issue. Return Policy: No returns. All items are described as accurate and are authentic. I do my best to inform you of the details. Items are from non-smoking residences unless otherwise noted. Please examine photos and do not hesitate to ask questions before bidding. I strive to provide as many details as possible. Building your trust and support is paramount to me as I have loads of "finergoods" to sell.
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