Cape Canveral: 1969. Interesting collection of 18 First Day, Launch, Landing, Space Walk, and Recovery imprinted cachet commemorative cancelled covers all pertaining to various space flights of the Apollo program. Each is postmarked on the day of its respective historical event. Includes Apollo 11: (6) different First Day Covers of stamp C-76 all with Moon Landing (July 20, 1969) and First Day (September 9, 1969) cancellations. One additional cover commemorates the recovery by the USS Hornet CVS-12, postmarked, Cape Canaveral...
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Washington: National Geographic Society, 1996. Profusely illustrated with color photographs, many full-bleed. 223 pages, square 4to, grey-blue boards with silver stamping, dust wrapper. Washington: National Geographic Society, (1996). A fine copy in a near fine dust wrapper.
Chicago: Aries, 1944. Illustrated with a few tables and charts. xxiv + 164pp., 8vo, blue cloth; rubbed at extremities; small ink stamp front free endpaper. Chicago: The Aries Press, 1944. Internally fine, a very good (+) copy.
Vintage photograph. An official NASA color lithograph photograph of the Apollo 12 Astronaut at work near the LEM on the lunar surface, inscribed in ballpoint ink: "Pete putting the tools in the carrier - Alan Bean." Fine condition. American Astronaut.
Official Eastern Airlines color 8" X 10", depicting Borman dressed in a business suit in his office as head of Eastern Airlines, holding a model plane of the Douglas DC-9 aircraft. Boldly signed with his full signature: "To Phil - Best Wishes - Frank Borman." Fine. American Astronaut.
Signed official vintage NASA color photograph, 10" X 8" of the Apollo 8 spacecraft in orbit around the moon views the earth. Early full signature "Frank Borman". Fine. American Astronaut.
American Astronaut. Early signed official NASA color lithograph photograph, 8" X 10", depicting Carpenter attired in a business suit with a flag background. Full signature "Scott Carpenter." Fine condition.
American Astronaut. Exceptional 10" X 8"Official NASA color photograph, depicting Cernan with the United States Flag on the Lunar surface. Inscribed: "To Jacob - My Best Wishes - Gene Cernan." Fine.
American Astronaut. Official NASA color photograph signed "Gene Cernan", 10" X 8", of the suited-up crew of the Apollo 17 posed with the Lunar Rover, in front of the Saturn V rocket, as it stands on the launching pad behind them. Fine.
Official NASA, 8" X 10" color lithograph of the Apollo 10 crew dressed in their white space suits, posed in front of an open-hatched Apollo capsule, inscribed across the image: "To Jacob Bacal - My Very Best Wishes - Gene Cernan." Boldly signed and in excellent condition. American Astronaut.
American Astronaut. Official NASA signed photograph "Charles Conrad", 8" X 10", color photograph, depicting Charles Conrad on the lunar surface, with a portion of the LEM behind him. Excellent contrast.
Hampton, VA: 1960. Exceptional 9.5 x 8-inch vintage 1960 NASA training photo of Cooper strapped in a procedure trainer at Langley Air Force Base in Hampton, Virginia, fully outfitted in a spacesuit, familiarizing himself with the controls of a spacecraft. Boldly signed using his real name "Leroy G. Cooper, Jr." Photograph I.D. NASA G-60-2613, with imprint caption on the back. Bottom edge trimmed; paperclip impression in the upper left corner; glue stains on the back. Very good(-) condition. American aerospace...
American Astronaut - Uncommon signed 8"X 10" black & white glossy photograph of Gordon Cooper dressed in plaid slacks, white loafers, open shirt and jacket; resting informally against a railing at Disneyland. Boldly signed "Gordon Cooper." Fine condition.
1982. Rare and possibly unique signed photograph by the crew and back-up crew of the Soyuz T-6 space flight, taken just days before the June 24th 1982 launch from the Baikonur Cosmodrone, 7.75 x 11 inches, black and white, depicting over 40 members of the Russian space program participating in a picnic outing in honor of the Soyuz T-6 crew. The group photo is posed with the members of the T-6 team conspicuously seated in the first row, signing directly...
New York: Macmillan, 1977. Illustrated. 321 pages. Blue cloth backed blue boards, dust wrapper. New York: Macmillan, (1977). A very good(+) copy in a very good(+) wrapper. Inscribed by the author on the flyleaf: "To [...], This couldn't keep your dad awake. I hope you have better luck. Best Wishes - Walt Cunningham APOLLO 7"
American Astronaut. Clear 8" X 10" glossy color reprint photograph of Duke's lunar salute to the American Flag, signed at the right-hand margin "Charlie Duke - Apollo 16. Fine.
New York: 1924. Signed by the author. 140pp. Wide 8vo, silver-lettered blue cloth. New York, 1924. Faded near edges, still a very good(+) copy. Signed and inscribed by the author on flypaper: "To My Distinguished Attorney, J.J. Beaudrias Esp. Compliments of the Author."
1985. 4 x 6-inches, black and white, no date, circa 1985, depicting the Cosmonaut at a news conference. Fine condition. Russian Cosmonaut who participated in flights aboard Soyuz 7 and Soyuz 16.
Vintage 8" x 10" official color lithograph of Glenn dressed in civilian clothing sporting a striped bow tie, signed with the early form of his signature "J.H. Glenn." Fine. American pioneer Astronaut and later, United States Senator from Ohio.
Norwalk: Easton, 1994. Color frontispiece illustration, with a few black-and-white photographic illustrations throughout. 378 pages, thick 8vo, gilt-stamped black leather, a.e.g. Norwalk: The Easton Press, (1994). Limited edition, signed by the author on a preliminary page.
1980. 5.75 x 7.5-inch color photo depicting Lyakhov at a news conference, circa 1980, with a fellow cosmonaut (unidentified). Gently rubbed at the corners but still in very good(+) condition. Russian Cosmonaut who commandeered Soyuz 32, Soyuz T-9, and Soyuz TM-6.
Cologne: Taschen, 2010. Conceived by Lawrence Schiller. Introduction by Colum McCann. Directed and produced by Benedikt Taschen. Spectacularly and profusely illustrated. 347 pages. 4to, pictorial boards, d.w. Koln: Taschen, (2010). Very small bumps at extremities, still a near fine copy in a very good (+) dust wrapper.
1985. 1 page on "NASA Teacher In Space Project" letterhead, no place, 10 x 8 inches, November 19, 1985. Written to a group of students two months before her tragic death in the Challenger Space Shuttle explosion, in part: "...I am planning to teach two lessons from the shuttle and I hope that all of you will have an opportunity to watch. The first lesson will be a field trip through the shuttle and will give you an idea of...
Vintage signed official NASA color photograph, "Ed Mitchell", 8" X 10", depicting Mitchell dressed in a business suit, posing with a model of the LEM. Fine.
1975. Exceptional training photograph of commander Popov in a decompression chamber (with an unidentified Cosmonaut), black and white, 5 x 7 inches, no date, circa 1975. Signed in full on the bottom white margin. Fine condition. Ukrainian-born Russian Cosmonaut who flew as commander of Soyuz 35, Soyuz 40 and Soyuz T-7.