"Belmont Conscripts Flag Class 1930"Flag of the conscripts of the municipality of Belmont dated 1930 Large: 1.50 m x 1.85 m, silk flanked with a canetille. On a tricolor background printed in golden capital letters: TOUJOURS PLUS POUR LA PATRIE CLASSE 1930 COMMUNE DE BELMONT.In the vertical of a dapper village a Blériot type XI aircraft At the corners of the laurel wreaths surrounding the RF letters At the top of the pole a tie in the colors of France The tricolor lapel Traces of use and some small snags.
Jorge CHAVEZ DARTNELL says "Geo Chavez" is a Franco-Peruvian aviator born on June 13, 1887 and died on September 27, 1910. Chavez establishes on September 8 an altitude record (2682m) in Issy les Moulineaux. On 23 September he took off from Brig at the controls of a monoplane Blériot type XI of 50 horsespower (called Gypaete) crossed the Simplon Pass and was the first to cross the dam of the Alps through the air. After 42 minutes of flight he crashed south of Domodossola in Italy He died repeating: arriba, siempre arriba (Plus haut, toujours plus haut).
This phrase became his epitaph and the motto of his country's military aviation.