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    The original airplanes that the famous Belgian cartoonist Hergé used to draw them in the Tintin albums.
    On this site a similar comparison of the original planes and their representation in each album.
    http://richard.ferriere.free.fr/aerotintin.htm

    The Hergé studio has also published 2 books on the planes until 1914 and those of the Second World War, each plane being decorated with a drawing of Tintin in uniform or in costume of the time.
    http://richard.ferriere.free.fr/tint...oir/mayday.htm





    There is also the book HERGÉ, TINTIN ET LES AVIONS (in french).
    See detailed presentation here :
    https://www.wingsofwar.org/forums/sh...-et-les-Avions







    Last edited by monse; 06-15-2021 at 21:24.

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    Great images, Tintin books were a favourite of the family.

    "He is wise who watches"

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    You may be interested in the book below from Blue Rider, the decal company. I believe it is available in English and French.

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    Also there is An illustrated history of Hergé's aircraft - from Tintin to Jo, Zette and Jocko by Frank Griese and Richard Humberstone
    So how many books are in your personal library?

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    There was also a Die cast " Hachette " press collection "of the planes of Tintin in Europe :

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    https://www.lamarquezone.fr/tintin-a...-260-8695.html

    https://youtu.be/8XIfF6VJTxY

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    I don’t have the planes but do have a ‘snowy’

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spad VII View Post
    There was also a Die cast " Hachette " press collection "of the planes of Tintin in Europe :
    The Sunderland in this series is close to 1/200, and is a good candidate for a paint job.

    https://www.wingsofwar.org/forums/sh...tin+sunderland
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    Great information, Simon.

    Voilà le soleil d'Austerlitz!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Baz View Post
    I don’t have the planes but do have a ‘snowy’

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    And an extraordinary view from the window

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    Much as I like Tintin, I''ll settle for Snowy.
    Rob.
    "Courage is the art of being the only one who knows you're scared to death."

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    Very nice reminder of childhood, Simon!

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    Here are the pictures of some Second World War airplanes, each with a drawing of Tintin in uniform or costume of the time, included in Studio Hergé book.
    Pictures from Pinterest




    BRÉGUET BR.693


    POTEZ 630


    LIORÉ ET OLIVIER LEO-451


    MORANE-SAULNIER MS.406


    CURTISS H-75 HAWK ———————————————REPUBLIC P-47 THUNDERBOLT


    BELL P-39 AIRACOBRA


    CURTISS P-40 WARHAWK


    GRUMMAN F4F WILDCAT


    NORTH AMERICAN P-51 MUSTANG


    DOUGLAS SBD DAUNTLESS


    GRUMMAN TBF AVENGER


    LOCKHEED P-38 LIGHTNING


    NORTH AMERICAN B-25 MITCHELL


    MARTIN B-26 MARAUDER


    CONSOLIDATED B-24 LIBERATOR


    BOEING B-17 FLYING FORTRESS


    BOEING B-29 SUPERFORTRESS


    DOUGLAS AD-I SKYRAIDER


    DOUGLAS A-26 INVADER ———————————————— NORTHROP P-61 BLACK WIDOW


    MIKOYAN-GOUREVITCH MIG-3


    ILIOUCHINE IL-2 STURMOVIK


    PETLYAKOV PE-2


    YAKOVLEV YAK-3


    HAWKER TYPHOON ————————————————— SUPERMARINE SPITFIRE


    GLOSTER GLADIATOR


    BOULTON-PAUL DEFIANT


    HAWKER TEMPEST


    FAIREY BATTLE


    DE HAVILLAND DH.98 MOSQUITO


    BRISTOL BLENHEIM Mk.IV


    VICKERS WELLINGTON


    SHORT STIRLING


    AVRO LANCASTER


    SHORT SUNDERLAND


    HAWKER HURRICANE —————————————————— HANDLEY-PAGE HALIFAX


    BRISTOL BEAUFIGHTER


    FIAT CR-42 FALCO


    CANT Z.506 AIRONE


    FIAT G-50 FRECCIA ——————————————————— HEINKEL HE.111


    MACCHI M.C.202 FOLGORE ———————————— MESSERSCHMITT BF.109


    HENSCHEL HS.123


    ARADO AR.196


    FOCKE-WULF FW.190A


    BLOHM & VOSS BV.141


    DORNIER DO.335 PFEIL


    MESSERSCHMITT ME.262


    DORNIER DO.17


    FIESELER FI.156 STORCH ——————————————— JUNKERS JU.87 STUKA


    MESSERSCHMITT ME.163 KOMET —————————— BACHEM BA.349 NATTER


    MITSUBISHI J2M RAIDEN


    YOKOSUKA MXY-7 OHKA


    MITSUBISHI A6M ZERO
    Last edited by monse; 06-10-2021 at 05:18.

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    What wonderful illustrations! Thank you for posting!

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    Excellent!

    Many thanks for posting the pictures!
    I laugh in the face of danger - then I hide until it goes away!

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    That's an interesting assortment of pictures.
    Run for your life - there are stupid people everywhere!

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    That's a really interesting set of pictures - both the planes, and the many guises of Tintin. Thanks.

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    That's an excellent series of pictures, thanks for posting them.

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    These are amazing - thank-you!

    My brother and I read all of the Tintin books as young lads. (Asterix as well.)

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    First airplanes to 1914, a book published by Hergé Studio.

    Source :
    http://www.tintinpassion.net/VOIRSAV...vion1_062.html

    On the link, select a plane picture to get the historical presentation of each plane (in French) in chronological presentation.





    1) 1843. Hélicoptère-aéroplane de Cayley (Grande-Bretagne)


    2) 1847. Aéroplane de Henson « L’Ariel » (Grande-Bretagne)


    3) 1857. Canot aérien des frères du Temple de la Croix (France)


    4) 1868. Planeur du capitaine Le Bris (France)


    5) 1879. Aéroplane à air comprimé de Tatin (France)


    6) 1890. Avion « L’Éole » d’Ader (France)


    7) 1893. Planeur de Lilienthal (Allemagne)


    8) 1894. Aéroplane de Maxim (Grande-Bretagne)


    9) 1896. Planeur de Chanute (U.S.A.)


    10) 1897. Avion n° III d’Ader (France)


    11) 1901. Aéroplane à flotteurs de Kress (Autriche)


    12) 1903. Aéroplane de Langley (U.S.A.)


    13) 1903. Aéroplane des frères Wright (U.S.A.)


    14) 1906. Aéroplane de Vuia (France)


    15) 1906. Aéroplane « 14 bis » de Santos-Dumont (France)


    16) 1906. Avion à flotteurs Voisin-Blériot (France)


    17) 1907. Avion Voisin-Delagrange (France)


    18) 1907. Monoplan Blériot type V « Canard » (France)


    19) 1907. « La Libellule » de Blériot (France)


    20) 1907. Voisin-Farman (France)


    21) 1907. Monoplan « REP » (Robert Esnault-Pelterie) (France)


    22) 1907. La « Demoiselle » de Santos-Dumont (France)


    23) 1908. Triplan Ellehammer (Danemark)


    24) 1908. Le « June Bug » de Curtiss (U.S.A.)


    25) 1908. Biplan Ferber-IX (France)


    26) 1908. Biplan des frères Tips (Belgique)


    27) 1908. Biplan Wright (U.S.A.)


    28) 1909. Biplan Henry Farman (France)


    29) 1909. Monoplan « Antoinette » de Levavasseur (France)


    30) 1909. Monoplan Blériot Xl (France)


    31) 1909. Biplan de Breguet (France)


    32) 1909. Biplan de Martin (U.S.A.)


    33) 1909. Le « Cathedral » de Cody (Grande-Bretagne)


    34) 1909. Le « Heavy » type monoplan de Blackburn (Grande-Bretagne)


    35) 1910. Monoplan de Nieuport (France)


    36) 1910. Le « Canard » de Fabre (France)


    37) 1910. Biplan des frères Dufaux (Suisse)


    38) 1910. Biplan Sommer (France)


    39) 1910. Biplan Maurice Farman (France)


    40) 1910. Monoplan Fokker (Hollande-Allemagne)


    41) 1910. Petit biplan Faccioli (Italie)


    42) 1910. Biplan « CA 1 » de Gianni Caproni (Italie)


    43) 1911. Biplan Rebikoff (Russie)


    44) 1911. Avion-amphibie « Canard » de Voisin (France)


    45) 1911. Monoplan Deperdussin (France)


    46) 1911. Monoplan caréné de Levavasseur (France)


    47) 1911. Triplan de Battaille (Belgique)


    48) 1911. Monoplan de Hanriot (France)


    49) 1912. Biplan Avro (Grande-Bretagne)


    50) 1912. Sesquiplan Otto (Allemagne)


    51) 1912. Sesquiplan Short 38 (Grande-Bretagne)


    52) 1913. Monoplan « Parasol » type L des frères Morane (France)


    53) 1913. Biplan Handley-Page HP-7 (Grande-Bretagne)


    54) 1913. Biplan « Ilyia Mourometz » de Sikorsky (Russie)


    55) 1913. Biplan Breguet (France)


    56) 1913. Monoplan « monocoque » Deperdussin (France)


    57) 1914. Biplan « sans queue » Dunne D. 8 (Grande-Bretagne)


    58) 1914. Biplan « Scout » (Grande-Bretagne)


    59) 1914. Monoplan Etrich « Taube » (Allemagne)


    60) 1914. Biplan G-3 des frères Caudron (France)


    61) 1914. Biplan Albatros (Allemagne)


    62) 1914. Hydravion Sopwith « Schneider » (Grande-Bretagne)


    63) 1913. Monoplan Gabardini (Italie)



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