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Space and Aviation Memorabilia For Sale
  • Apollo 11 crew signed 1969
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    • A unique full Apollo 11 crew-signed block of 32 1969 10c "First Man on the Moon" stamps

    The Apollo program was NASA’s third foray into human spaceflight and operated from 1961 through 1972. It succeeded in putting the first men on the Moon with the Apollo 11 landing in 1969, a defining moment in human history.

    An original block of 32 1969 10c "First Man on the Moon" stamps signed by all three members of the Apollo 11 crew (Neil Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin and Michael Collins) in black ink on the left margin. It is the only known block of the stamps signed by any of the Apollo 11 astronauts. 

    The Post Office released this commemorative issue on September 9, 1969. It proved hugely popular. The astronauts actually carried the master die with them on Apollo 11. 

    Measures approx 9 x 10.5 inches. 

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  • Apollo 11 crew signed photographs complete set
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    Apollo 11 crew signed photographs complete set

    £9,995.00

    • A set of three Apollo 11 crew signed photographs 

    The Apollo program was NASA’s third foray into human spaceflight and operated from 1961 through 1972. It succeeded in putting the first men on the Moon with the Apollo 11 landing in 1969, a defining moment in human history.

    A superb set of three signed photographs from each member of the Apollo 11 mission. Command Module Pilot Michael Collins inscribes his name along with “Apollo 11”. Buzz Aldrin does the same, on a photograph showing him on the lunar surface.

    Neil Armstrong writes: “To Robert Gerundo/ Best wishes/ Neil Armstrong”.

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    Apollo 11 signed photo

    £9,950.00

    A fantastic, full length, colour postcard photograph (approximately 4 x 6 inches) of the astronaut 'Edwin "Buzz" Aldrin Jr' walking on the surface of the moon near a leg of the Lunar Module during the Apollo 11 extravehicular activity on July 20, 1969. 

    The piece includes an 'Apollo 8' stamp and a black Houston, Texas stamp date 'July 20, 1969'. 

    The piece is signed across the lower right portion of the image in bold blue felt pen ink by Neil Armstrong, signed and dedicated across the bottom white margin in bold black felt pen ink 'To Walter Hopferwieser, We came in peace for all mankind, Buzz Aldrin', and signed across the bottom white margin in bold black felt pen ink by Michael Collins. 

    A superb image taken by the Commander 'Neil A. Armstrong' with a 70mm lunar surface camera. With a surface crease to the top left corner which does not affect the signatures. Mounted, framed and glazed.

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  • Clyde Tombaugh Autograph Pluto

    • A signed copy of Clyde Tombaugh's Ten Special Commandments for a Would-Be Planet Hunter 

    Clyde W. Tombaugh (1906-1997) is the American astronomer who discovered the dwarf planet Pluto in 1930. During the course of his career, he also discovered nearly 800 asteroids and the first object in the Kuiper Belt.

    Tombaugh travelled the United States giving talks on astronomy, in particular, his discovery of Pluto. During the talks he would often share his light hearted version of the Ten Commandments called "Ten Special Commandments for a Would-Be Planet Hunter".

    The commandments are as follows:

    "Behold the heavens and the great vastness thereof, for a planet could be anywhere therein.

    Thou shalt dedicate thy whole being to the search project with infinite patience and perseverance.

    Though shalt set no other work before thee for the search shall keep thee busy enough.

    Though shalt take the plates at opposition time lest thou be deceived by asteroids near their stationary positions.

    Though shalt duplicate the plates with a pair at the same hour angle lest refraction distortions overtake thee.

    Thou shalt give adequate overlap of adjacent plate regions lest the planet play hide and seek with thee.

    Thou must not become ill in the dark of the moon lest thou fall behind the opposition point.

    Thou shalt have no dates except at full moon when long exposure plates cannot be taken at the telescope.

    Many false planets shall appear before thee, hundreds of them, and thou shalt check every one with a third plate.

    Thou shalt not engage in any dissipation, that thy years may be many for thou shalt need them to finish the job!"

    This is a souvenir copy of Ten Special Commandments for a Would-Be Planet Hunter according to Clyde Tombaugh measuring 8.5 x 11 inches. Tombaugh would sell these souvenir copies at talks he gave about his discovery of Pluto so that he could raise money for scholarships for young people to study astronomy.

    This sheet has been signed "Clyde W. Tombaugh, 31 July 1984" in blue ink across the bottom. It features some archive folds which do not affect the autograph. Otherwise in excellent condition.

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  • Clyde Tombaugh Autographed Sketch of Solar System
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    Clyde Tombaugh Autographed Sketch of Solar System

    £2,500.00

    • Signed sketch of the Solar System from astronomer Clyde Tombaugh

    American astronomer, Clyde Tombaugh (1906-1997) is most famous for discovering the planet Pluto in 1930. During his career he also discovered many asteroids, variable stars, star clusters, galaxy clusters and a galaxy supercluster.

    This is an original sketch by Clyde Tombaugh showing the orbit of Pluto in comparison to the orbits of Earth, Saturn and Neptune.

    The pencil sketch has been drawn on a sheet of off-white card measuring 5½" x 7½". There are several compass holes in the card but it is otherwise in fine condition.

    Tombaugh has titled the sketch "SOLAR SYSTEM" and has signed and inscribed "Drawn by Clyde Tombaugh, 18 Sept 1990" below the title.

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  • Clyde Tombaugh Autographed Ten Special Commandments for a Would-Be Planet Hunter
    • A signed copy of Clyde Tombaugh's Ten Special Commandments for a Would-Be Planet Hunter 

    Clyde W. Tombaugh (1906-1997) is the American astronomer who discovered the dwarf planet Pluto in 1930. During the course of his career, he also discovered nearly 800 asteroids and the first object in the Kuiper Belt.

    Tombaugh travelled the United States giving talks on astronomy, in particular, his discovery of Pluto. During the talks he would often share his light hearted version of the Ten Commandments called "Ten Special Commandments for a Would-Be Planet Hunter".

    The commandments are as follows:

    "Behold the heavens and the great vastness thereof, for a planet could be anywhere therein.

    Thou shalt dedicate thy whole being to the search project with infinite patience and perseverance.

    Though shalt set no other work before thee for the search shall keep thee busy enough.

    Though shalt take the plates at opposition time lest thou be deceived by asteroids near their stationary positions.

    Though shalt duplicate the plates with a pair at the same hour angle lest refraction distortions overtake thee.

    Thou shalt give adequate overlap of adjacent plate regions lest the planet play hide and seek with thee.

    Thou must not become ill in the dark of the moon lest thou fall behind the opposition point.

    Thou shalt have no dates except at full moon when long exposure plates cannot be taken at the telescope.

    Many false planets shall appear before thee, hundreds of them, and thou shalt check every one with a third plate.

    Thou shalt not engage in any dissipation, that thy years may be many for thou shalt need them to finish the job!"

    This is a souvenir copy of Ten Special Commandments for a Would-Be Planet Hunter according to Clyde Tombaugh measuring 8.5 x 11 inches. Tombaugh would sell these souvenir copies at talks he gave about his discovery of Pluto so that he could raise money for scholarships for young people to study astronomy. 

    Tombaugh has inscribed it: "To Rev. William Ward, with best wishes, Clyde W. Tombaugh, 7 May 1984".

    It features some archive folds but is otherwise in excellent condition.

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  • David Scott Autographed Nuclear Test
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    David Scott Autographed Nuclear Test Ban Treaty

    £495.00

    • A copy of the 1963 Nuclear Test Ban Treaty signed by Apollo astronaut Dave Scott 

    David Randolf Scott (1932-) was commander of the Apollo 15 mission, seventh person to walk on the Moon and first person to drive on the Moon. He also holds the title of the last American to fly solo in earth orbit.

    This 11" x 7½" printed page features Scott's sweeping diagonal signature on the bottom left corner. The sheet is printed with the details of the Nuclear Test Ban Treaty, 1963, which was an important step in global diplomatic efforts to end the armaments race between nations.

    The treaty prohibited nuclear detonation tests in the atmosphere and underwater in an attempt to preserve the environment, though did allow for testing in underground facilities so long as debris stayed within the boundaries of the nation that was conducting the tests.

    The document is in very good condition, with only one tear to a corner, which does not interfere with the autograph or text.

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  • Moonwalkers signed photograph collection
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    Moonwalkers signed photograph collection

    £18,000.00

    • A collection of signed photographs from each of the 12 astronauts to walk on the Moon

    During the four years NASA operated its manned Apollo missions to the Moon (1968-1972), 12 men walked on the Lunar surface.

    A remarkable collection made up of signed photographs from each of the 12 Moonwalkers – Neil Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin, Pete Conrad, Alan Bean, Alan Shepard, Edgar Mitchell, David Scott, James Irwin, John Young, Charles Duke, Eugene Cernan and Harrison Schmitt.

    The photographs are presented in frames and feature excellent provenance, including shots of the original collector with five of the signers. It would be impossible to recreate today. Only four of the 12 survive and all are now in their 80s.

    This is an investment grade collection with huge potential.

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  • Neil Armstrong autograph
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    Neil Armstrong autograph with photographic provenance

    £8,950.00

    • A Neil Armstrong autograph with exceptional photographic provenance 

    In 1969, Apollo 11 commander Neil Armstrong became the first person to set foot on the Moon. 

    He was awarded a Congressional Space Medal of Honor for his efforts and has been decorated by 17 countries in total. Shortly after Apollo 11, Armstrong announced that he would not be flying into space again.

    For one year he served as Deputy Associate Administrator for Aeronautics, NASA Headquarters and then went on to teach at the Department of Aerospace Engineering at the University of Cincinnati between 1971 and 1979. From 1982 until 1992 he was chairman of Computing Technologies for Aviation Inc.

    This is a C.R. Gibson company Autograph book measuring 6 inches x 4½ inches.

    The book contains various autographs including those of George Foster (baseball), Charley Pride (musician), Foster Brooks (comedian), Gerald Ford (President), Glen Campbell (musician), Pat Boone (musician), Bob Griese (football), Bob Hope (comedian).

    All the signatures were obtained at the annual 'Bogie Busters' golf tournament, which was held to raise funds for charity.

    In addition there is a Jim Irwin signature with handwritten annotation "To Ed, His love from the Moon, Jim Irwin, Apollo 15 (plus moon drawing), 21 Nov 1980".

    The Neil Armstrong autograph is clearly signed and occupies a single page within the autograph book. It is accompanied by an original colour photograph of a smiling Neil Armstrong at the golf event, alongside the recipient of the autograph.

    A very rare signature, uniquely documented by the accompanying photograph. Sold with a letter of provenance from the recipient of the autograph.

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  • Neil Armstrong Signed Menu
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    Neil Armstrong autographed dinner menu

    £6,950.00

    • A menu Neil Armstrong signed at a restaurant in Tralee, Ireland in 1997

    In 1969, Apollo 11 commander Neil Armstrong became the first person to set foot on the Moon. 

    He was awarded a Congressional Space Medal of Honor for his efforts and has been decorated by 17 countries in total. Shortly after Apollo 11, Armstrong announced that he would not be flying into space again.

    For one year he served as Deputy Associate Administrator for Aeronautics, NASA Headquarters and then went on to teach at the Department of Aerospace Engineering at the University of Cincinnati between 1971 and 1979. From 1982 until 1992 he was chairman of Computing Technologies for Aviation Inc.

    A large dinner menu measuring approximately 8" x 12" for 'Larkins Restaurant' Tralee, Ireland neatly signed by Neil Armstrong in black pen.

    Armstrong and his wife Carol were guests of honour at the dinner during their visit to Ireland on 19th April 1997, during which they opened an exhibition on Space Exploration at the Kerry Museum in Tralee.

    The dinner was hosted by Dick Spring, the Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Affairs Minister of Ireland at the time.

    The menu is accompanied by a letter of provenance from Ann Golden, the wife of Seamus Chamberlain the Irish representative to the European Space Agency at the time. It's in fine condition and signed during a time when Armstrong was famed for his refusal to sign autographs.

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  • Charles Lindbergh Spirit St Louis
    • One of the largest pieces of original Spirit of St Louis fabric ever offered for sale
    • Signed by Charles Lindbergh
    • Provenance from the collection of James E. Morrow - a member of the welcoming committee that greeted Lindbergh after his historic flight

    Charles Augustus Lindbergh (1902-1974), nicknamed Slim, Lucky Lindy and The Lone Eagle, was a pioneering aviator who began his illustrious career in the skies as an US Air Mail pilot.

    At the age of just 25, he emerged from obscurity to capture the $25,000 Orteig Prize for his solo non-stop flight from New York to Paris on May 20-21, 1927.

    The event rocketed him to international fame, and there was "tremendous public hysteria" in America. He was awarded the nation's highest military decoration, the Medal of Honor, for his legendary flight.

    His fame meant that he was able to champion the development of commercial aviation and Air Mail services in the United States, making him one of the leading figures responsible for the progression of aviation technology at the time.

    Following his son, Charles Jr, being kidnapped and murdered in the "Crime of the Century" in 1932 - a result of Lindbergh's fame - his family moved overseas. They returned as America joined the second world war, with Lindbergh flying numerous combat missions in the Pacific Theatre.

    Following the second world war, Lindbergh styled himself as an explorer, inventor and prize-winning author, as well as an environmentalist - a truly remarkable man. 

    An extraordinary piece of aviation history.

    An original piece of fabric from the famed airplane The Spirit of St Louis - among the largest ever offered for sale. The fabric measures approximately 2" x 3" and is signed 'C. A. Lindbergh' in fountain pen by world famous aviator Charles Lindbergh.

    It is in fine, clean condition.

     

    The fabric is dated "Sept 6 - 1927" in a separate hand. This indicates that it was signed by Lindbergh while in Montana. That same day, he flew from Butte to Helena, returning on September 7 for several days rest as part of his US tour funded by Harry Guggenheim.

    The fabric would have been taken from the Spirit of St Louis during essential repairs carried out after landing.

    While small pieces of the Spirit of St Louis have appeared at auction, it is rare to find examples of this size. Items signed by Charles Lindbergh are even rarer, and are extremely sought after by aviation collectors, making this the undoubted highlight of your collection.

    Provenance

    The unusually large piece of cloth was acquired by James E. Morrow, a member of the welcoming committee for the triumphant American tour following Lindbergh’s historic flight.

    Morrow was a relative of Anne Spencer Morrow, who became Mrs. Charles Lindbergh in 1929. James E. Morrow was also the name of Anne’s paternal grandfather.

    Soon after Lindbergh’s return from France, millionaire aviation enthusiast Harry Guggenheim dipped into a promotional fund he had set up with his father, Daniel, to sponsor a nationwide tour for Lindbergh and the plane that he had made famous.

    Over a three-month period from July to October 1927, Lindbergh flew and touched down the Spirit of St. Louis in all forty-eight states, gave hundreds of speeches, and rode in countless parades, where he was greeted as a conquering hero by unprecedented adoring throngs.

    At the conclusion of the tour, Morrow presented the item to his daughter, Vera M. Morrow (1907–2004), who had earlier accompanied him to the legendary ticker-tape parade for Lindbergh in Manhattan on June 21, 1927.

    This exceptional piece of aviation history is available on our layaway plan with the option to spread payment over 12-18 months.

     

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