British seaplanes and ship-based aircraft, including interesting scenes of aircraft crashed at sea. A small collection of 17 vintage gelatin silver photographs (probably later 1930s) of assorted sizes (six are 102 x 160 mm; seven are 80 x 133 mm, and four are 68 x 108 mm); the condition is uniformly fine
There are no captions, but two easily identifiable ships appear in some images - HMS Furious and HMS Gallant (a destroyer commissioned in 1936). Furious was a Courageous-class battlecruiser, laid down in June 1915 but modified to become an aircraft carrier while under construction; she was reconstructed with a full-length flight deck in the early 1920s. There is an excellent view from the air of Furious among these photographs.