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Apollo Color Photolithograph Collection
CONTAINS 15 LITHOS HAVING 19 TOTAL ASTRONAUT SIGNATURES
Estimate
2,5003,500
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130
Apollo Color Photolithograph Collection
CONTAINS 15 LITHOS HAVING 19 TOTAL ASTRONAUT SIGNATURES
Estimate
2,5003,500
JUMP TO LOT

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Apollo Color Photolithograph Collection
CONTAINS 15 LITHOS HAVING 19 TOTAL ASTRONAUT SIGNATURES
All are officially NASA released having descriptive text along the lower border and most have extensive NASA released text on verso. All but one are in color and all are 8 by 10 inches in size.

1) Apollo 7 astronauts Donn Eisele, Walter Schirra, and Walter Cunningham pose in their space suits next to a Command Module. SIGNED by WALLY SCHIRRA and WALT CUNNINGHAM.

2) Apollo 8 astronauts James Lovell, William Anders, and Frank Borman pose in their space suits next to the Apollo spacecraft simulator. SIGNED by FRANK BORMAN.

3) The Apollo 9 crew in their space suits pose near Launch Complex 39 at the Kennedy Space Center. Their Saturn V rocket can be seen in the background. SIGNED by the entire Apollo 9 crew, JAMES McDIVITT, DAVE SCOTT, and RUSTY SCHWEICKART.

4) Four Apollo 9 flight images are illustrated together showing the Command/Service Module, the Lunar Module and spacewalk activities. SIGNED by DAVE SCOTT. SIGNED and INSCRIBED: “RUSTY SCHWEICKART, Apollo 9 LMP.”

5) Space suit portrait of astronaut and Apollo 10 commander Thomas P. Stafford. SIGNED and INSCRIBED: “TOM STAFFORD, Apollo X Cdr.

6) The iconic image of the Apollo 11 crew - Neil Armstrong, Michael Collins, and Edwin (Buzz) Aldrin posing in their space suits. SIGNED and INSCRIBED: “BUZZ ALDRIN, Apollo XI LMP.

7) The Apollo 11 Saturn V (AS-506) rocket stands ready for a flight to the Moon at Launch Complex 39, Kennedy Space Center. INSCRIBED and SIGNED: “AS 506, BUZZ ALDRIN.

8) Apollo 12 astronaut Charles Conrad removes equipment from the Lunar Module during the first extravehicular activity (EVA or Moonwalk) on the lunar surface, November 19, 1969. SIGNED and INSCRIBED: “CHARLES CONRAD, Apollo XII Cdr.

9) Apollo 12 astronaut Alan Bean removes the radioactive fuel canister from the Lunar Module’s descent stage to power lunar surface equipment during the first extravehicular activity (EVA or Moonwalk) on November 19, 1969. SIGNED and INSCRIBED: “ALAN BEAN, Apollo 12.”

10) Apollo 14 Lunar Module Pilot Edgar Mitchell poses in his space suit next to a large backdrop of the Apollo 14 mission emblem. SIGNED and INSCRIBED: “EDGAR MITCHELL, 6th man to walk on the moon.

11) The Apollo 14 Saturn V rocket lifts-off from the Kennedy Space Center on January 31, 1971. SIGNED and INSCRIBED: “EDGAR MITCHELL, Apollo 14.

12) Apollo 15 astronauts David Scott, Alfred Worden, and James Irwin pose in the space suits in front of a large image of their mission emblem. SIGNED by DAVE SCOTT.

13) Wide angle view of the Apollo 15 Saturn V rocket just seconds after lift-off from the Kennedy Space Center. SIGNED by DAVE SCOTT.

14) Apollo 15 black and white image taken on the lunar surface showing Dave Scott working at the lunar rover with jagged Hadley Rille filling all of the background. SIGNED by DAVE SCOTT.

15) Apollo 17 astronauts Harrison Schmitt, Ronald Evans, and Eugene Cernan pose in their space suits with a lunar rover training vehicle and 363 foot Saturn V rocket and tower in the background. SIGNED and INSCRIBED: “GENE CERNAN, Apollo XVII.


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