Amazing tag. As usual the printing was spot on, and the finish as well. The best way to bring home a gem that brings back memories and great times
I purchased the thick tag and was not disappointed. The tag is very thick, second only to the NASA launch pad tags. It is thick and a beautiful, resplendent gold color. It shines wonderfully in light and will not disappoint you if you purchase one. I recommend picking one up before they disappear as there are not any other tags like it!
Great nice piece of aviation and King of Jordan Thank you
I love it! Same great quality as all the other tags. Great job Dave!
This tag is beautiful, The condition of the gold leaf is amazing. This is easily one of my top 5 favorite tags!
10/10, an excellent item from a glorious aircraft.
Love these tags especially the L-1011 my favorite plane. One thing I recommend, if using them as luggage tags, is to melt some solder into the connector to prevent them from being stolen by airline baggage handlers. I’ve lost two of my L-1011 tags
I love it very much
Thrilled to have Lockheed's only civilian jet airliner to add to my collection. The PlaneTag is beautiful!
Lovely tag. L-1011 was always one of my favorites to ride (though I was a TWA family, would have been neat to have one of that livery). But really happy and proud to own a small piece of my favorite airplane…
The thin solid gold is absolutely marvellous. A definite must-have for L-1011 lovers!
Outside of the NASA MLP-2, this tag, as it is from an aircraft, is the thickest tag in my collection. If you are a serious collector, this tag is definitely for you.
Really great Tag! Nice color, perfekt quality!
As usual, Planetag did not disappoint. In fact, Planetag has not disappoint with all my purchases.
An iconic and very unique flying palace with a complete defensive protection system. The El Ten eleven 500 series is the jet age’s Norma Jeane. This release has the most classy tags, in shape, colors and GOLD. Definitely a must have !
Just received the combo tag and the blue and white tag. Really, these are, in my opinion some of the best Planetags I have ever seen. The workmanship and the colors are really amazing. I am surprised that these are not selling at a faster rate. Considering that only 50 L-1011-500 were constructed, and a sum total of 250 L-1011s, this makes these tags a rarity. Compare to the thousands of 747s and even DC-10s, the L-1011 is truly an aviation rarity. Another fact: there is only ONE flying L-1011 worldwide. Want to see it? Then visit the Mojave Airport and there you will find the Stargazer L-1011 operated by Northrop Grumman to launch satellites. It's well worth it. It is supposed to be retired in the near future which will mean the end of the L-1011 as an actual flying aircraft. I wouldn't hesitate and buy one of these glorious Planetags before they too, vanish into aviation history.
The L-1011 was the first widebody I ever flew on (on a 1 hour domestic flight oddly enough) when I was about 10 years old. I remember being so amazed by it when it pulled up to the gate. Now having a piece of one is really exciting since so few were made. The planetag is great and I'm very happy with it!
I bought one of the combo tags - at the moment, the thick-gold is a little rich for my blood. The combo is gorgeous! The gold-leaf portion has a burnished finish, with a protective layer of clear laminate over it. The dark blue portion is also lovely, a deep, rich, glossy finish. Definitely fit for royalty. The design is perfectly struck (the vintage Lockheed logo is a nice touch - perhaps Moto can add that to the remaining HA L-1011 tags) but not deep. Overall, a very nice Tag and well worth the money.
This golden Planetag is truly impressive! A hunk of a tag. I purchased an L-1011 rack to go with it. The thin golden tag is also beautiful. One should consider that only 250 L-1011s were built, so these are rare. Yes, expensive, but worth every penny!
This tag is beautiful, and hefty! Of course, I don't plan on using it as a bag tag. This one's strictly a collectible. To answer Anthony L., the thick tags came from the window area, where the metal needs to be very thick.