Set of 'Aviation Feats' postal products issue framed and mounted on light green and orange backing board and with an aluminium, all are under clear perspex. The issue consists of: a set of four maximum cards, each is postmarked FIRST DAY OF ISSUE 29 AUGUST 1994/STANWELL PARK NSW 2508. Each card features a different aviation feat. Postcard printed on white cardboard in sepia tones, a photograph of Lawrence Hargrave and James Swain with box kites. 1 x 45c Lawrence Hargrave stamp. Postcard printed on white cardboard in pink tones, a photograph of Ross and Keith Smith, Sergeant Shiers and Sergeant Bennett with Smith's Vickers Vimy airplane. 1 x 45c Ross and Keith Smith stamp.
Postcard printed on white cardboard in blue tones, a photograph of Maintaining Wing Commander Stanley Goble and Flying Officer Ivor McIntyre's Fairey III airplane. 1 x $1.35 McIntyre and Goble stamp. Postcard printed on white cardboard in green tones, a photograph of Freda Thompson with her DH 60G-III Moth Major G-ACUC airplane. 1 x $1.80 Freda Thompson stamp.
One first day cover, a printed pale green envelope, to the left a sketch in dark green of a map overlaid with a four winged propeller and a biplane. Across the top are four stamps: 1 x 45c Lawrence Hargrave stamp, 1 x 45c Ross and Keith Smith stamp, 1 x $1.35 McIntyre and Goble stamp and 1 x $1.80 Freda Thompson stamp. To the right is a title 'AVIATION FEATS'.
One stamp pack made up of folded printed cardboard, printed in blue and yellow, decorated with sketches of various aircraft and a title 'AVIATION FEATS' in yellow.
At bottom centre of work is a rectangle of gray paper printed in black: PRESENTED TO/THE POWERHOUSE MUSEUM/BY/MICHAEL TALBOT/DEPUTY GENERAL MANAGER AUSTRALIA POST/TO COMMEMORATE/THE AVIATION FEATS STAMP ISSUE/IN SYDNEY/ON MONDAY 29 AUGUST 1994.
The whole work is backed with a wooden backing mount and the frame has a length of white string attached at the back for hanging.