Vintage Space Program Memorabilia Auction III

Vintage Space Program Memorabilia Auction III

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Vintage Space Program Memorabilia Auction III

Vintage Space Program Memorabilia Auction III

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Including astronaut autographs, spacecraft models, mission patches, access badges, manuals and booklets, items flown in space, spacecraft hardware, photographs, Etc.

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MA-6 First US Manned Orbital Flight Booklet

Lot # 1 (Sale Order: 1 of 540)      

An original Results of the First US Manned Orbital Space Flight booklet with 204 pages of photos and information covering John Glenn's MA-6 Mercury flight. Faded with age and writing on the front, but good shape. Estimated Value: $25 - $30...more

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Project Mercury Standard Time and Date Chart

Lot # 2 (Sale Order: 2 of 540)      

A vintage Bell System 3½"x 5" plastic card "Project Mercury Standard-Time And Date Chart" complete with a spinning dial in the center and showing all the Mercury tracking stations around the world. Dated 1960. Excellent condition. Estimated Value: $25 - $30...more

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Mercury 13 Emblem Signed By Five Of The Women

Lot # 3 (Sale Order: 3 of 540)      

An 8½"x 11" color Mercury 13 emblem printed on a sheet of paper and signed by 5 of the 13 women selected as astronaut candidates. The five who have signed are Jerrie Cobb, Rhea Woltman, Wally Funk, Sara Ratley and Jerri Truhill. These women underwent the exact same screening as the Mercury astronauts and were selected for their flight experience. They were all later disqualified as astronauts when NASA made the rule about having to have jet experience. Excellent condition. Estimated Value: $40 - $50...more

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Space Guide, 1959 Book

Lot # 4 (Sale Order: 4 of 540)      

A vintage 9"x 11" Space Guide - A Basic Guide to NASA softbound book from 1959 published by the Washington Space Letter containing 174 pages of photos and information. Some wear on the cover and spine, but still good shape. Uncommon. Estimated Value: $25 - $30...more

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Three Early 1960's McDonnell Annual Reports

Lot # 5 (Sale Order: 5 of 540)      

Three early McDonnell Annual Reports from 1961, 1963 and 1964. Good condition. Estimated Value: $25 - $30...more

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1962 Mercury AOK (Automatic Orbit Kalculator)

Lot # 6 (Sale Order: 6 of 540)      

A 5"x 14" Mercury AOK (Automatic Orbit Kalculator) from 1962 depicting the earth with a transparent orbit slide so the user can follow along with the flight of John Glenn's Friendship 7 spacecraft. Complete with the original instruction booklet. Very uncommon. Estimated Value: $40 - $50...more

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Three Different Mercury Mission Booklets

Lot # 7 (Sale Order: 7 of 540)      

Three vintage Mercury booklets from NASA for MR-4, MA-6 and MA-7. All in good shape. Estimated Value: $25 - $30...more

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Max Faget Signed Cover

Lot # 7A (Sale Order: 8 of 540)      

A National Space Hall of Fame cover signed by Mercury pioneer and designer Max Faget. Also inscribed. Nice condition. Estimated Value: $25 - $30...more

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MA-1 Flight Test Report

Lot # 8 (Sale Order: 9 of 540)      

An original 8"x 10½" Mercury-Atlas Mission No. 1 Flight Test Report dated November 4, 1960 from the Space Task Group at Langley. If contains over 50 pages of Charts, plots, photo and information on the first Mercury-Atlas mission. MA-1 launched on July 29, 1960 with spacecraft #4. Nice condition and quite uncommon. Estimated Value: $75 - $100...more

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Mercury One-Day Mission Specification Document

Lot # 9 (Sale Order: 10 of 540)      

A vintage 8"x 10½" Manned One-Day Mission Mercury Spacecraft Specification Document dated April 23, 1962 from MSC at Langley, and containing about 90 pages of illustrations and information. The Mercury spacecraft was being modified for a full day in space. According to the distribution list in the back, there were only about 150 copies of this document made. Excellent condition. Estimated Value: $50 - $75...more

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MR-3 Commemorative Booklet

Lot # 10 (Sale Order: 11 of 540)      

An 8"x 10½" Commemorating the First US Manned Space Flight booklet from NASA with 14 pages of mostly B&W photos from Shepard's MR-3 mission. Good shape. Estimated Value: $25 - $30...more

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McDonnell Freedom 7 Splashdown Print

Lot # 11 (Sale Order: 12 of 540)      

An 11"x 14" color print of the Freedom 7 splashdown from McDonnell. A nice looking print that has some right edge and bottom edge dings and a small ½" tear on the right edge. All can probably be matted out. There is also a wedge of discoloration on the right side. Great print though - I have had one hanging in my office now for years. Estimated Value: $25 - $30...more

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Mercury 7 Signed Photo - Two Good Signatures

Lot # 11A (Sale Order: 13 of 540)      

An original 8"x 10" color glossy photo of the Original 7 astronauts and signed with authentic signatures by Glenn and Carpenter. The Shepard signature looks like a secretarial and the other four, Grissom, Schirra, Cooper and Slayton, are autopens. A ding at the bottom and a pinhole at the top. Estimated Value: $40 - $50...more

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Alan Shepard Signed MR-3 Tracking Chart

Lot # 12 (Sale Order: 14 of 540)      

A large 35"x 72" (about 3ft x 6ft) color foldout Mercury-Redstone MTC (Mercury Tracking Chart) dated February 1961 showing the track of Alan Shepard's MR-3 Mercury spacecraft during its suborbital flight. The track originates at the Cape and continues on past the Bahamas. The map is signed by Shepard just offshore of the launch site, and he added, "Freedom 7". A very rare map and a great signature. Estimated Value: $500 - $750...more

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Mercury Atlas MA-6 Vintage Booklet

Lot # 13 (Sale Order: 15 of 540)      

An original 8"x 10" Mercury Atlas MA-6 booklet from NASA and dated January 1962. It contains 26 pages of B&W photos and flight information on John Glenn Mercury mission. Uncommon and in excellent condition. Estimated Value: $75 - $100...more

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MA-6 Pilot's Debriefing Transcript (John Glenn)

Lot # 14 (Sale Order: 16 of 540)      

A vintage 8½"x 11" MA-6 Pilot's Debriefing booklet with 64 pages and a full transcript of the proceedings with John Glenn. Faded with age but still good shape. Estimated Value: $40 - $50...more

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MA-7 Press Kit

Lot # 15 (Sale Order: 17 of 540)      

A vintage Mercury-Atlas 7 Press Kit with about 30 pages of mission information on Scott Carpenter's Mercury flight. Three-hole punched and stapled together at the top. Faded with age but complete an in good shape. Estimated Value: $40 - $50...more

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MA-7 Mission Transcript of Awards Ceremony & Press

Lot # 16 (Sale Order: 18 of 540)      

An original 8½"x 11" stapled booklet dated May 27, 1962 with transcripts for the Presentation of NASA Distinguished Service Awards and an MA-7 Press Conference. It contains 23 pages of transcript and is in good shape. Estimated Value: $25 - $30...more

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Mercury-Atlas Mission 7 Mission Directive

Lot # 17 (Sale Order: 19 of 540)      

An 8"x 10½" Project Mercury Mission Directive for MA-7 booklet dated April 9, 1962 from Langley. It contains about 70 pages of illustrations and information. Resembles a press kit, but better. Good condition. Estimated Value: $40 - $50...more

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MA-8 (Schirra) Press Conference Transcript

Lot # 18 (Sale Order: 20 of 540)      

An 8"x 10½" MA-8 Press Conference transcript booklet of Wally Schirra's post-flight press conference on October 7, 1962. It contains about 30 pages of transcript. Good shape. Estimated Value: $30 - $40...more

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MA-8 Launch Information And Notebook

Lot # 19 (Sale Order: 21 of 540)      

An original 8½"x 11" Mercury-Atlas MA-8 Launch Information And Notebook from General Dynamics and a dated revision of 6-61. It contains 25 pages in 10 tabbed sections along with 2 original 8"x 10" B&W photos. Used condition. Estimated Value: $30 - $40...more

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MA-9 Public Information Directive Booklet

Lot # 20 (Sale Order: 22 of 540)      

A vintage 8"x 10½" Public Information Directive Project Mercury MA-9 booklet with 38 pages of mission information. This closely resembles a press kit. Excellent condition with only some writing on the front. Uncommon. Estimated Value: $40 - $50...more

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Mercury 18-Orbit Spacecraft Information Document

Lot # 21 (Sale Order: 23 of 540)      

A vintage 8"x 10½" Mercury 18-Orbit Spacecraft Information Document dated January 19, 1962 from MSC at Langley, and containing about 24 pages of information. The Mercury spacecraft was being redesigned for 18 orbits, which would be Cooper's MA-9 flight in 1963. According to the distribution list in the back, there were only 115 copies of this document made. Excellent condition. Estimated Value: $50 - $75...more

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MA-9 (Cooper) Press Access Badge

Lot # 22 (Sale Order: 24 of 540)      

A vintage and original MA-9 Press access badge complete with its original sleeve and pocket clip. Quite uncommon. Nice condition. Estimated Value: $75 - $100...more

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Gordon Cooper's 1963 Post-Flight Tour Gift Clock

Lot # 23 (Sale Order: 25 of 540)      

A 10" tall by 5" diameter at the base clock given to Mercury astronaut Gordon Cooper on his MA-9 post-flight tour. The plaque on the figure reads, "Presented To Major Gordon Cooper By Royal Order Of Jesters... 1963". The clock is battery operated an does not seem to work, but can be easily repaired. Estimated Value: $75 - $100...more

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