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Avro Anson EI-AHO and Guinea Air Traders / Australian Air Traders?

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Hi fellow BMs, being the Anson getting closer to completion

I have to decide on whatever I finish it as EI-AHO or Guinea Air Traders / Australian Air Traders.

If anyone has information on the colors (plane in the case of the former, and logos in the case of the latter), it will be appreciated.

Cheers

See here scrolling down once there:


 

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I'd do it as a Guinea one, but then I'm a bit biased ...

 

As far as I can determine the GAT/AAT logos were a dark blue. I have a drawing somewhere of the Guinea Airways logo (the compass rose and clock face with the company name in an arrowhead) - pm me your email if you'd like a copy.

 

And I don't know whether you have found this site:

http://www.goodall.com.au/australian-aviation/anson-civil-1/?SD

Geoff Goodall's site is a real treasure trove for anyone with even the slightest interest in Australian civil aviation.

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19 hours ago, Admiral Puff said:

I'd do it as a Guinea one, but then I'm a bit biased ...

 

As far as I can determine the GAT/AAT logos were a dark blue. I have a drawing somewhere of the Guinea Airways logo (the compass rose and clock face with the company name in an arrowhead) - pm me your email if you'd like a copy.

 

And I don't know whether you have found this site:

http://www.goodall.com.au/australian-aviation/anson-civil-1/?SD

Geoff Goodall's site is a real treasure trove for anyone with even the slightest interest in Australian civil aviation.

Thanks, Admiral, useful data.

And yes, as replied above, the Goodall site is one of the first resources that popped up in the initial (re)search.

Thanks for your kind offer. I found two logos online, but they are different to what you describe, here is one, reputedly from 1946:

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Cheers

 

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On 2/19/2019 at 4:27 PM, Admiral Puff said:

I'd do it as a Guinea one, but then I'm a bit biased ...

 

As far as I can determine the GAT/AAT logos were a dark blue. I have a drawing somewhere of the Guinea Airways logo (the compass rose and clock face with the company name in an arrowhead) - pm me your email if you'd like a copy.

 

And I don't know whether you have found this site:

http://www.goodall.com.au/australian-aviation/anson-civil-1/?SD

Geoff Goodall's site is a real treasure trove for anyone with even the slightest interest in Australian civil aviation.

Hi Admiral, I PMed you but got not response, did you see the message?

Cheers

 

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Yes, got that, but I've been a bit busy over the last couple of days. Email should follow some time later today.

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7 minutes ago, Admiral Puff said:

Yes, got that, but I've been a bit busy over the last couple of days. Email should follow some time later today.

No rush, I was only wondering if the message had reached you.

Progress is slow-paced on this one, so please only when you have spare time.

Cheers

 

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