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A Voisin 'Cellulaire' pusher biplane, likely just finished by the factory given the brand new look [France, 1907 - 1909] | by Kees Kort Collection
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A Voisin 'Cellulaire' pusher biplane, likely just finished by the factory given the brand new look [France, 1907 - 1909]

The earliest design of the Voisin brothers which was sold to clients. This pusher biplane - identified in French as the Voisin Cellulaire - was characterized by the departments in the wing. This dated back to the kite construction of former times incorporated in aeroplanes.

As the Voisin brothers gave clients a possibility to change the basic design to their wishes, this one has no nose-wheel (or anti nose-over wheel) mounted in the short central nacelle.

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Taken on September 27, 2014