Tiger Moth (oz11382)


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Tiger Moth VH-BKC. Peanut scale model biplane.

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Hi Steve, The designer is an old friend of mine named Howard Jones. His signature can be just made out in the front view between the bracing wires. I don't think he ever got around to building it, at least I never saw it. Regards,
Gary Dickens - 27/07/2019
There is a signature on the front view above the lower port wing which seems to read Howard Jones, but this surname is mostly a guess. The location notes appear to be rather specific so I'd say Howard is Australian, even if we disregard the VH registration. A fine plan, proper attribution would be well due.
Miguel Morao - 27/07/2019
Thanks, got it, Howard Jones it is then.
SteveWMD - 27/07/2019
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