This post is about the topic of a 1927 US Air Mail C10 Lindbergh Stamp unused. It commemorates Charles Lindbergh being the first aviator to do a nonstop solo transatlantic (among other first things). He completed it in 33 and half hours. The plane used for this venture was called the Spirit of St. Louis which has a single engine aircraft monoplane built by a T.C. Ryan. Lindbergh's flight inspired the increased use of airplanes for transport purposes.