Super rare 1930 Aviatrix Amy Johnson “JASON” badge

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Johnson achieved worldwide recognition when, in 1930, she became the first woman pilot or aviatrix to fly solo from England to Australia. Flying G-AAAH Jason, she left Croydon, south of London, on 5 May and after flying 11,000 miles (18,000 km) damaged her aircraft on landing at Darwin, Northern Territory on 24 May. The aircraft is preserved in the Science Museum, London. She received the Harmon Trophy as well as an CBE in George V's 1930 Birthday Honours in recognition of this achievement, and was also honoured with the No. 1 civil pilot's licence under Australia's 1921 Air Navigation Regulations.
 
The base metal badge measures 48mm wide and is in nice condition.

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