Schneider trophy, 1913, plus wooden plinth c. 1931.
Schneider trophy, 1913, plus plinth c. 1931. This trophy, which is formally known as the Jacques Schneider Air Racing trophy for Hydro-aeroplanes, was offered in 1913 to encourage the development of marine aviation by the Jacques Scheider armaments works. The trophy, designed by E Gabard, is a silver plated casting mounted on a marble base showing the Spirit of Flight kissing the waves. It became the outright property of the Royal Aero Club after a third British win in 1931. In 1977 the trophy was donated to the Science Museum, London.
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- marine environments
- United Service & Royal Aero Club
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