Lithuania issued a single stamp in 1934 to commemorate the non-stop
flight by Seven Darius (Steponas Darašius (1896-1933) and Stasys
Girénas (1894-1933) from Floyd
Bennet Field in New York to Kaunas, Lithuania on July 15, 1933 in a
Bellanca CH-300 Pacemaker with elongated wings and extra fuel tanks.
They crashed near the village of Kuhdamm, near Soldin, Germany, now
Pszczelnik, Poland, 650 km short of their destination.
The maps on
either side of the stamp show the origin of the flight in the United
States on the left and the destination on the right with a line
indicating the route they took. The words, ST. DARIUI IR ST. GIRÉNUI
PAMINÉTI, are the names of the pilots in Lithuanian, and are probably
intended as a commemoration. The two ships in the center of the
picture are unidentified.