Image Collections

Art-Prints

Model 200 Monomail on Tarmac
(0061-1550)

The Boeing Monomail, that first flew in 1930, was ahead of its time. The low-wing cargo and mail plane did not have struts under the wing, and had smooth, all-metal construction with anti-drag cowling over an air-cooled engine. However, the design did not reach its full potential because it needed a variable-pitch propeller. The Monomail did not acquire this type of propeller until the newer, multi-engine airplanes that would replace it were already flying.


Art-Print Options

Archival Paper
18"x24" (46cm x 61cm) Paper $59.99
24"x36" (61cm x 92cm) Paper $99.99
32"x44" (81cm x 112cm) Paper $149.99
44"x60" (112cm x153cm) Paper $269.99
Stretched Canvas
18"x24" (46cm x 61cm) Stretch $199.99
24"x36" (61cm x 91cm) Stretch $269.99
32"x44" (81cm x 111cm) Stretch $369.99
38"x50"(97cm x127cm) Stretch $569.99

Framed print with double mat
18"x24" (46cm x 61cm) Paper $229.99 See frames
24"x36" (61cm x 92cm) Paper $289.99 See frames

Questions? Call toll-free 1-888-498-6662.

See this image as:

wall mural

Boeing and the distinctive Boeing airplane liveries, logos, product markings and trade dress are trademarks of The Boeing Company.
Copyright © 2019 Boeing. All rights reserved.