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Kite of the type used by the British Army for observation made by Samuel Franklin Cody, England, c.1906-1914. This is believed to be an original cover and reproduction frame for a Cody kite made by one of S. F. Cody's sons for anti-aircraft barrage

trials at Scapa Flow, c.1942.

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Details

Category:
Aeronautics
Object Number:
YL1996.52.40
Materials:
textile and wood (unidentified)
type:
kite
credit:
Courtesy of Royal Air Force Museum

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