84
84
Nasa Apollo Press Release Photograph Collection
CONTAINS 11 PHOTOS WITH 14 TOTAL ASTRONAUT SIGNATURES, INCLUDING WALLY SCHIRRA, WALT CUNNINGHAM, FRANK BORMAN, JAMES LOVELL, JAMES MCDIVITT, ALAN BEAN, FRED HAISE, EDGAR MITCHELL, CHARLIE DUKE, AND GENE CERNAN
Estimate
1,5002,000
LOT SOLD. 1,750 USD
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84
Nasa Apollo Press Release Photograph Collection
CONTAINS 11 PHOTOS WITH 14 TOTAL ASTRONAUT SIGNATURES, INCLUDING WALLY SCHIRRA, WALT CUNNINGHAM, FRANK BORMAN, JAMES LOVELL, JAMES MCDIVITT, ALAN BEAN, FRED HAISE, EDGAR MITCHELL, CHARLIE DUKE, AND GENE CERNAN
Estimate
1,5002,000
LOT SOLD. 1,750 USD
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Nasa Apollo Press Release Photograph Collection
CONTAINS 11 PHOTOS WITH 14 TOTAL ASTRONAUT SIGNATURES, INCLUDING WALLY SCHIRRA, WALT CUNNINGHAM, FRANK BORMAN, JAMES LOVELL, JAMES MCDIVITT, ALAN BEAN, FRED HAISE, EDGAR MITCHELL, CHARLIE DUKE, AND GENE CERNAN
All are 10 by 8 inches in black and white with all having printed NASA text on verso.

A) Wally Schirra and Walt Cunningham at Launch Complex 37 prior to the first Lunar Module flight, Apollo 5. SIGNED by WALLY SCHIRRA and WALT CUNNINGHAM.
B) Apollo 8 astronauts on the recovery ship after returning from the first flight to the Moon. SIGNED by FRANK BORMAN and JAMES LOVELL.
C) Astronaut James McDivitt in his space suit and helmet during Apollo 9 training. SIGNED by JAMES A. McDIVITT.
D) Suit and tie portrait of Apollo 12 astronaut Alan Bean. SIGNED by ALAN BEAN.
E) Space suit portrait of Apollo 13 astronaut James Lovell. SIGNED BY JAMES LOVELL.
F) Apollo 13 astronauts on the recovery ship after surviving the Service Module explosion which forced their emergency return to Earth. SIGNED by JAMES LOVELL and FRED W. HAISE.
G) The Apollo 14 Saturn V rocket rising off the launch pad. SIGNED by EDGAR MITCHELL.
H) Three Apollo 16 photographs, prelaunch training, Saturn V launch, and image of crew in the recovery raft after splashdown. EACH SIGNED by CHARLIE DUKE.
I) Astronaut Gene Cernan just after landing his T-38 jet near the Kennedy Space Center prior to his December 1972 Apollo 17 launch. SIGNED by GENE CERNAN.

Related lots: 57, 61, 62, 73, 74, 85 


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