FINE AND SCARCE. IT IS BELIEVED THAT ONLY 40 CARDS WERE SIGNED BY PILOT HENRY PEQUET FROM THIS HISTORIC FLIGHT.
About 6,500 pieces of mail were carried from the Exhibition Grounds by French pilot Henry Pequet to Naini Junction, a distance of about five miles.
FINE AND WONDERFUL EXAMPLE OF THIS RARE FLIGHT FLOWN BY CAPT. ROSS SMITH OF WHICH ONLY 43 COVERS WERE CARRIED.
Capt. Ross Smith flew a converted Handley Page bomber with Maj. General Sir Geoffrey Salmond and Brig. General Borton. Another cachet was created for the onward flight to Delhi.
This is the example illustrated in the 1974 AAMC catalogue on page 142. With 2015 B.P.A. certificate.