This puzzle duplicates a scene we already have in the 1930/40 hand cut section made by Brenneman's Pharmacy and titled "The Lone Eagle". But Pastime puzzles are simply better cut than most and this one has color line cutting as well as 49 figure pieces, so it is a "keeper". Cut by #15, Parker Brothers, Salem, MA. Plywood, interlocking. Artist, of course, on both is F.R. Harper. Classic pose of Lindbergh landing in France after flying across the Atlantic solo in 1927 and waving to the French people (who had actually mobbed the airport and Lindbergh).