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Are photographs of World War II military airplanes collectible items?

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Many photographs of World War II military airplanes are collectible items. The value of any given World War II photograph is determined by the demand and rarity of that item.

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Are photographs of World War II military airplanes collectible items?
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Websites like Aviation Antiques and eBay sell photographs of airplanes flown in World War II for prices that can fetch many hundreds of dollars. For instance, eBay offers an album of photographs of British and Dutch aircraft in Libya that can be bought outright for US $650, while Aviation Antiques has a signed photograph of a Republic AP-9 airplane flown by record-setting female pilot Jaqueline Cochrane that sells for US $95 on its website.

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