[LINDBERGH].LINDBERGH DOES IT!. TO PARIS IN 33.1/3 HOURS! FLIES 1,000 MILES THROUGH SNOW AND SLEET; CHEERING FRENCH CARRY HIM OFF THE FIELD..... From: The New York Times, Vol. LXXVI No. 25,320, Section 1. New York, May 22, 1927. ORIGINAL PRINTING PLATE FOR THE TIMES HEADLINE ANNOUNCING LINDBERGH'S HISTORIC TRANS-ATLANTIC FLIGHT AND ONE OF THE MOST FAMOUS HEADLINES OF THE 20TH CENTURY. Intermediate zinc relief printing plate (16.5x17 inches) for the top half of the New York Times front page carrying the momentous news of Lindbergh's successful flight. Prior to the adoption of offset lithography for printing the newspaper, a relief plate was created using a photochemical process that was then used in conjuction with a rubber blanket to print. The present lot is the relief plate from this process, complate with the portrait of Lindbergh and a map of his route. UNIQUE.