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Gay-Lussac & Biot at 4000 meter altitude (1804), early flight collecting card, ca. 1895 French scientists Joseph Louis Gay-Lussac and Jean-Baptiste Biot reach an altitude of 4000 meters on 24 August 1804, and a new record of 7016 meters a few days later, on 16 September. The first card from an uncut set of ten, labeled "Collection 476, 2ème série", issued by Romanet & Cie. in the late 19th Century, to commemorate events in ballooning history from 1795 to 1846.

Gay-Lussac & Biot at 4000 meter altitude (1804), early flight collecting card, ca. 1895 French scientists Joseph Louis Gay-Lussac and Jean-Baptiste Biot reach an altitude of 4000 meters on 24 August 1804, and a new record of 7016 meters a few days later, on 16 September. The first card from an uncut set of ten, labeled "Collection 476, 2ème série", issued by Romanet & Cie. in the late 19th Century, to commemorate events in ballooning history from 1795 to 1846.

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