A Cierva C.19, similar to that flown by the author.
BY AUTOGIRO TO THE CAPE: The Cierva Autogiro C.19 Mark IV (100 h.p. Armstrong Siddeley "Genet"), in which Mr. J. N. Young set out from Hanworth on April 25, on a flight to the Cape. He landed at Beauval, near Amiens, for fuel, and proceeded to Abbeville next day
Cierva C.19 Mk IV, G-ABFZ, flown by the author throughout the 1935 season. In December 1935 ’FZ was sold to Capt H. R. S. Howe and remained at Ford until scrapped in 1937.
Two views of Cobham’s first Cierva C.19, G-ABGB, lost in a National Aviation Day Display show at Cape Town on February 17, 1933.
The members of the 1935 Astra Tour lined up in front of the Handley Page Clive I G-ABYX. The author is fourth from the left. Geoffrey Tyson is second from the right and sitting on the grass are parachutists Miss Naomi Heron-Maxwell and Ivor Price. Price was killed shortly after this photograph was taken.