Vintage Space Program Memorabilia Auction V

Vintage Space Program Memorabilia Auction V

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Vintage Space Program Memorabilia Auction V

Vintage Space Program Memorabilia Auction V

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

Lunar Legacies


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Apollo 11 Lunar Module Star Chart, TD+2

Lot # 226 (Sale Order: 226 of 426)      

An 8-1/4" diameter Apollo 11 Lunar Module TD+2 post-landing star chart consisting of a black star disc below and a semi-transparent rotating disc above. The circular rings on the outer disc signify what stars would be seen through the Optical Telescope at certain times during the stay on the moon. Star charts like this were used on every lunar landing mission to orient the LM just prior to liftoff. This star chart is for a launch date of July 16, 1969 (the Apollo 11 actual launch date) and for use on the lunar surface on July 20, and was to be used in case the Lunar Module had to leave the moon's surface immediately after landing - with 2 minutes (TD+2). Each Lunar Module carried two similar star charts - this one for an immediate liftoff, and another for liftoff after the stars had precessed across the sky during their stay on the moon. This star chart was used in the Lunar Module Simulator and was no doubt handled by Armstrong and Aldrin during their training. Great condition and extremely uncommon. Estimated Value: $500 - $1000...more

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Apollo 11 Lunar Module Star Chart, Liftoff

Lot # 227 (Sale Order: 227 of 426)      

An 8-1/4" diameter Apollo 11 Lunar Module LO pre-liftoff star chart consisting of a black star disc below and a semi-transparent rotating disc above. The circular rings on the outer disc signify what stars would be seen through the Optical Telescope at certain times during the stay on the moon. Star charts like this were used on every lunar landing mission to orient the LM just prior to liftoff. This star chart is for a launch date of July 16, 1969 (the Apollo 11 actual launch date) and for use on the lunar surface on July 21st, and was to be used just prior to their scheduled liftoff time. Each Lunar Module carried two similar star charts - this one for an immediate liftoff, and another for liftoff after the stars had precessed across the sky during their stay on the moon. This star chart was used in the Lunar Module Simulator and was no doubt handled by Armstrong and Aldrin during their training. Great condition and extremely uncommon. Estimated Value: $500 - $1000...more

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Apollo 11 Spacecraft Reference Trajectory Manual

Lot # 228 (Sale Order: 228 of 426)      

An 8"x 10½" Apollo 11 (Mission G) Spacecraft Reference Trajectory book dated August 16, 1968 and from MSC. It contains 322 pages of charts, data and information. Its a bit wavy at the ends from poor storage, but otherwise nice shape. Estimated Value: $200 - $250...more

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Apollo 11 Lunar Module Model On Wooden Base

Lot # 229 (Sale Order: 229 of 426)      

A vintage Apollo 11 solid pewter Lunar Module mounted on a nice wooden base. The LM itself is 3" at its base and almost 3" high and the wooden base measures 5" square by almost 2" high. A plaque is attached to the base with Neil Armstrong's first words on the moon. The model weighs almost 2 pounds and is in excellent condition. Made by The Collector's Case in Rhode Island. Very attractive and very uncommon. Estimated Value: $300 - $500...more

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Buzz Aldrin Signed "Magnificent Desolation" Book

Lot # 230 (Sale Order: 230 of 426)      

Buzz Aldrin's 2009 first edition hardbound book "Magnificent Desolation" signed on the title page by Aldrin. Excellent condition. Estimated Value: $100 - $150...more

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Buzz Aldrin Signed Apollo 11 EVA NASA Litho

Lot # 231 (Sale Order: 231 of 426)      

An original 8"x 10" color NASA litho showing Buzz Aldrin on the lunar surface and signed nicely by him. The litho has also been stamped and postmarked in the bottom right corner. A slight vertical indention on the left side, but otherwise great shape. estimated Value: $100 - $150...more

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Buzz Aldrin Signed Life Magazine Collector's Issue

Lot # 232 (Sale Order: 232 of 426)      

A Life Collector's Series magazine in a nice presentation folder signed on the magazine by Apollo 11 astronaut Buzz Aldrin. Included is a Certificate of Authenticity from Life. Excellent condition. Estimated Value: $150 - $200...more

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Apollo 11 Flight Directors Signed Cover, 5 Signatures

Lot # 233 (Sale Order: 233 of 426)      

An Apollo 11 10th anniversary cover signed by all the Apollo 11 Flight Directors including Gerald Griffin, Cliff Charlesworth, Glynn Lunney, Milton Windler and Gene Kranz. Excellent condition. Estimated Value: $100 - $150...more

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Apollo 11 Final Flight Plan

Lot # 234 (Sale Order: 234 of 426)      

An original Apollo 11 Final Flight Plan dated July 1, 1969 and containing over 300 pages of timelines, charts and mission information. There are six major sections and they include Detailed Timeline, Detailed Test Objectives, Consumables, Summary Flight Plan, etc. Great condition and uncommon. Estimated Value: $300 - $400...more

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Buzz Aldrin Signed Early KSC PR/Tour Folder

Lot # 235 (Sale Order: 235 of 426)      

An early KSC tour folder containing several booklets from the time, and autographed on the front cover by Buzz Aldrin. Faded with age and there is a significant tear in the center of the booklet that does not affect the signature. Estimated Value: $50 - $75...more

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Flown Piece of Apollo 11 Command Module Kapton

Lot # 236 (Sale Order: 236 of 426)      

An 8-1/2"x 11" color certificate bearing a small flown piece of Kapton foil taken from of the Apollo 11 Command Module after splashdown. Excellent condition. Estimated Value: $150 - $200...more

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Huge Apollo 11 Beta Cloth Patch

Lot # 237 (Sale Order: 237 of 426)      

A huge Apollo 11 beta cloth patch measuring almost 2 feet square (20"x 21") and bearing a 10" diameter color mission emblem. Nice color registration on the emblem - better than you see with most. There are some bends in the cloth that can no doubt be ironed out, but overall great shape. These large beta cloth patches are rare. Estimated Value: $200 - $300...more

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Large Piece of Apollo Mobile Launcher Metal

Lot # 238 (Sale Order: 238 of 426)      

A relatively large 2"x 2" chunk of metal, rough on one side and polished on the other, bearing the engraving, "A portion removed from Mobile Launcher used to place mankind's first man on the moon Apollo 11, July 20, 1969, Cape Kennedy, Florida". Excellent condition and the largest piece I have seen. Estimated Value: $200 - $250...more

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Apollo 11 Lot

Lot # 239 (Sale Order: 239 of 426)      

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Apollo 12 Views From The CM & LM During Flight

Lot # 240 (Sale Order: 240 of 426)      

An original 8"x 10½" Views From The CM And LM During The Flight of Apollo 12 booklet dated October 17, 1969 (1 month before launch). It contains 297 pages, most of which are exact depictions, in the form of illustrations, showing what the Apollo 12 astronauts will see out their windows at any time during the mission. There are 12 main sections and some of the section headings include Discussion of Data, Mission Geometry, Views From CSM During Translunar Phase, Views From CSM and LM During Lunar Orbit Phase, Views From CSM During Transearth Phase, Views From CM During Entry Phase, Views Through Scanning Telescope, etc. Nice condition and quite uncommon. The consignor's name has been covered over for the photo at his request. Estimated Value: $200 - $300...more

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Rare Apollo 12 Crew Patch, Type I

Lot # 241 (Sale Order: 241 of 426)      

A vintage 4" diameter Apollo 12 'crew' patch of the type worn on the astronaut's post-flight jumpsuits in the MQF. These were made by Dallas Cap & Emblem and are quite uncommon. Excellent condition. For more information on this patch, please visit the Crew Patches section at edgeofdarkness.com. Estimated Value: $200 - $300...more

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Apollo 12 LM Contingency Checklist

Lot # 242 (Sale Order: 242 of 426)      

A vintage 3-ringed 6"x 8" Apollo 12 LM Contingency Checklist for LM-6 dated JOctober 1969 on each of the pages. It contains about 10-12 sections with about 30 heavy paper stock two-sided pages (60 total pages) of LM contingency checklists and procedures. Little or no annotations inside. Some of the tabbed sections are Docked DPS/APS, Loss of Comm, Staged and Unstaged Power Down List, Emergency Power Down, Contingency EVT/IVT and many more. This checklist was used by the Apollo 12 crew during training for the mission, and was the designated copy to be used in the Crew Quarters (A "Q" on the cover). This checklist details, in set procedures, what to do in all cases of an emergency in the Lunar Module. Manuals such as this are quite rare and are the exact types flown with the astronauts on the missions. Nice condition. Estimated Value: $1000 - $1500...more

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Apollo 12 LM Lunar Orbit Star Chart

Lot # 243 (Sale Order: 243 of 426)      

An 8"x 16" Apollo 12 flexible plastic LM Lunar Orbit Star Chart used for assistance in lunar orbit guidance and navigation in the Lunar Module. The chart shows the sun and planets in color to differentiate them from the background, and important navigational stars are numbered, highlighted and oversized. The track of the Apollo 12 CSM across the star field is also shown in color. The lunar star chart reads at the bottom "LM Lunar Orbit Star Chart, November 14, 1969 Launch" which was the launch date of Apollo 12. This Lunar Orbit Star Chart was used in training by the crew. There is waviness in the plastic from inadequate storage or from use, but with no rips or tears. There is also some loss of emulsion on the right side from handling. Very uncommon for any mission. Estimated Value: $150 - $200...more

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Apollo 12 Lunar Module Timeline Book

Lot # 244 (Sale Order: 244 of 426)      

An 8½"x 10½" Apollo 12 LM Timeline Book dated November 3, 1969 (11 days before launch) and consisting of 10 heavy two-sided pages (20 total pages) of timelines, procedures, rendezvous plots, switch positions, etc. The Timeline Books were the books most heavily used during training by all the Apollo Lunar Module Pilots. This one was no doubt at some point used by Alan Bean in the Simulator, and in fact, this is the Simulator copy and then the Crew Quarters copy. Used condition from training and the light green back cover is missing. These were not commercially available, but were made in very limited numbers - only a handful. Rare. Estimated Value: $1000 - $1500...more

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Apollo 12 Lunar Module Rendezvous Procedures

Lot # 245 (Sale Order: 245 of 426)      

An 8"x 10½" Apollo 12 LM Rendezvous Procedures booklet dated September 26, 1969 from MSC. It contains 7 sections with a total of 145 pages of foldouts, charts, graphs and information on rendezvous. Apollo 12 was the H-1 mission. Some light age spotting but still nice condition. Estimated Value: $150 - $200...more

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Apollo 12 Lunar Module Activation Checklist

Lot # 246 (Sale Order: 246 of 426)      

A vintage 6"x 8" Apollo 12 Activation Checklist training manual for the Lunar Module dated October 1969 that was used by the Apollo 12 astronauts in the Lunar Module Simulator at KSC. Overall good condition with the tabs being worn from use. The checklist consists of about 37 pages of which most are two-sided making the total pages about 65. There are about 20 tabbed sections of procedures and LM switch positions for complete CSM to LM transfer and Lunar Module activation. Tabbed sections include IVT to LM, Comm Activation, PDI Day, Drogue & Probe, Landing Gear Deploy, Prep To Undock, and many more. An extremely rare checklist and a significant piece of Apollo history. Estimated Value: $1000 - $1500...more

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Apollo 12 Lunar Module Malfunction Procedures Manual

Lot # 247 (Sale Order: 247 of 426)      

An original 8½"x 11" Apollo 12 Lunar Module Malfunction Procedures manual mostly dating from October 1969. It contains 14 sections with about 35-40 total page sides of LM malfunction procedures from the AOH. Sections include G&C Displays, AGS, RCS, Comm, Heaters, Camera, etc. Used in training by the Apollo 12 astronauts, and this particular copy was kept in the Crew Quarters at KSC for after-hours reference. Nice condition. Manuals such as these were not commercially available, and were made in very limited numbers. Rare for sure. Estimated Value: $750 - $1000...more

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Apollo 12 Final Flight Plan Plus Revision A

Lot # 248 (Sale Order: 248 of 426)      

An original Apollo 12 Final Flight Plan dated October 15, 1969 and containing almost 300 pages of timelines, charts, foldouts and mission information. There are some GET mission notes written in pencil on the front cover - no doubt written as the mission was happening. Otherwise excellent condition. Also included is an Apollo 12 Flight Plan Revision A booklet with about 50+ pages of information and foldouts. Good shape. Estimated Value: $300 - $400...more

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Apollo 12 EVA-1 Prep & Post Checklist Cards

Lot # 249 (Sale Order: 249 of 426)      

Two 8"x 10½" Apollo 12 EVA 1 Prep & Post heavy cue card checklists taped together to swing open forming one long checklist. One side is for EVA 1 PREP and on the back is the checklist for POST EVA 1. The cards are dated 25 Oct 1969 and 31 Oct 1969, which is about 2 weeks before the launch, so these are the latest versions of the EVA 1 checklist. These cue card checklists were used in training, no doubt by Conrad and Bean, and are the exact same type of cards carried in the LM and used by the Apollo 12 astronauts on the lunar surface. Both cards are in excellent condition. Extremely rare. Estimated Value: $150 - $200...more

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Apollo 12 EVA-2 Prep & Post Checklist Cards

Lot # 250 (Sale Order: 250 of 426)      

Two 8"x 10½" Apollo 12 EVA 2 Prep & Post heavy cue card checklists taped together to swing open forming one long checklist. One side is for EVA 2 PREP and on the back is the checklist for POST EVA 2. The cards are dated 25 Oct 1969 and 31 Oct 1969, which is about 2 weeks before the launch, so these are the latest versions of the EVA 2 checklist. These cue card checklists were used in training, no doubt by Conrad and Bean, and are the exact same type of cards carried in the LM and used by the Apollo 12 astronauts on the lunar surface. Both cards are in excellent condition. Extremely rare. Estimated Value: $150 - $200...more

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