Ashburn Park, King's Road, Chelsea. Aerial Voyages Over London, Every Day (Weather Permitting) From 1 Till 7 P.M., With the Immense and New Steam Captive Balloon, constructed on the same system as that which acted with such success at the Universal Exhibition of 1867, in Paris.
Broadside Poster, Wood Engraving on Paper, Uncolored
The Perilous Situation of Major Money. When he fell into the sea with his Balloon on the 23 of July 1785 off the Coast of Yarmouth; was most providentially discover'd and taken up by the Argus Sloop after having remained in the water during five hours.
Print, Lithograph on Paper, Uncolored
2-D - Unframed (H x W): 21.7 × 27.9cm (8 9/16 in. × 11 in.)
Country of Origin:
Gift of the Norfolk Charitable Trust
Restrictions & Rights:
Do not reproduce without permission from the Smithsonian Institution, National Air and Space Museum
A Representation of Mr. Lunardi's Balloon, as Exhibited in the Pantheon, 1784. To the Right Honorable Frederick Earl of Carlisle, Knight of the most Ancient Order of the Thistle, &c. &c. This plate is most respectfully dedicated by his Lordship's most devoted and obedient and humble servant F.G. Byron.