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Space Exploration Photography and Ephemera
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Donnington Priory
Newbury, Berkshire
RG14 2JE
United Kingdom
Space Exploration Photography and Ephemera

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In light of the government Covid-19 National Lockdown now in place, our salerooms are closed to the public for auction viewings.  Many of the lots already have additional detail images and condition reports, but if you require further information, please click the “Ask a question” button next to the lot.   

Unless otherwise stated, all photographs are vintage prints on fibre-based paper. Resin-coated paper and the watermark "This Paper Manufactured by Kodak” were gradually introduced in the years 1971-1972.  The watermark is always stated in the cataloguing description and, where the clarity of the watermark allowed, represented in the supplied image. Additional images can be provided on request.

The sale charts the remarkable journey from space exploration being a far-fetched concept to a breath-taking reality...read more!

Auction dates
Mar 17, 2021 12:00 PM GMT
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View of Gemini 10 docked with Agena, Gemini 10, July 1966
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Two views of the crew onboard the recovery ship, USS Guadalcanal, Gemini 10, July 1966
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'Space Cowboy' Richard Gordon during first EVA, Gemini 11, September 1966
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Richard Gordon's first spacewalk while attached by a tether to Agena, Gemini 11, September 1966
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Diptych: Agena docked to Gemini and Agena tethered to Gemini over Mexico, Gemini 11, September 1966
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A view of Earth from space: India and Sri Lanka [large format], Gemini 11, September 1966
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Earth from space: India and Sri Lanka, Gemini 11, September 1966
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Buzz Aldrin's spacewalk, Gemini 12, November 1966
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Buzz Aldrin at the Agena work station during his EVA over Earth, Gemini 12, November 1966
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Two consecutive views of Buzz Aldrin performing a spacewalk, Gemini 12, November 1966
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EVA photograph: Agena docked to Gemini, view over the Pacific Ocean, Gemini 12, November 1966
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Agena on a tether over Mexico, Gulf of California, Gemini 12, November 1966
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Views of splashdown and recovery [five photographs], Gemini 12, November 1966
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Earth from space: Indian Ocean, Western Australia, Florida, Gemini 11 & 12, September-November 1966
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Three views of Earth from space: Sinai, Nile, Dead Sea (...) Gemini 10-12, Jul-Nov 1966
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Seven views of the rockets before and during launches, Gemini 4, 6 & 12, June 1965 - November 1966
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Views of Mission Control during the successful flights of Gemini 9, 10, 11 and 12, 1966
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An assortment of early generation slides including Gemini and Apollo photography
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Nine artist renditions of the Apollo Saturn 5 spacecraft and lunar landing, Project Apollo, 1960s
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Apollo-era suit prototype, Project Apollo, 1960s
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Eight views of the lunar surface, including the last frame before the impact, Ranger 7, July 1964
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Last three views of the lunar surface taken before the impact on the Moon, Ranger 9, March 1965
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Mars: the first images of another planet taken from deep space [11 prints], Mariner 4, July 1965
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First photograph transmitted from the surface of the Moon, Luna 9, February 1966
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Two views from the first U.S. soft-lander on the Moon; Ocean of Storms, Surveyor 1, June 1966
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Six views of the lunar surface from the first U.S. soft-lander on the Moon, Surveyor 1, June 1966
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The first Lunar Orbiter photograph to be released, Lunar Orbiter 1, August 1966
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'The Picture of the Century', Crater Copernicus, Lunar Orbiter 2, November 1966
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Views of Surveyor 1's landing site, a mosaic, Lunar Orbiter 3, February 1967
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Three self-portraits of Surveyor 3 collecting lunar soil samples, Surveyor 3, April-May 1967
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The first photograph of the near full Earth from the Moon's orbit, Lunar Orbiter 5, August 1967
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Mare Orientale and the Moon's far side [three views], Lunar Orbiter 4 and 5, May-August 1967
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Six views of the cratered lunar surface, Lunar Orbiters 2-5, 1966-1967
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Four orbital views of the near side of the Moon, Lunar Orbiter 5, August 1967
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Early Soviet views of the planet Earth, Molniya, Zond 5 and Zond 6, May-November 1966
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One of the first high quality images of the whole planet Earth, ATS 1, 13 December 1966
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Early high altitude views of the Earth, ATS 2, April 1967
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The first crude colour photograph of the entire Earth, DODGE satellite, October 1967
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First high quality colour photograph of the full Earth (b&w version), ATS 3, November 1967
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Apollo Saturn test flights: SA-4, SA-8 & SA-500F on the pad, mission control, Apr 1962-Jul 1966
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The first launch of the Saturn V rocket, Apollo 4, November 1967
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Full crescent Earth, taken by a camera aboard the first Saturn V rocket, Apollo 4, November 1967
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The launch of the second Saturn V rocket, Apollo 6, April 1968
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Earth from space as photographed by the orbiting unmanned spacecraft, Apollo 6, April 1968
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Portrait of the crew, pre-flight activities and the launch of Apollo 7, October 1968
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Donn F. Eisele, onboard photograph during NASA's first crewed Apollo mission, Apollo 7, October 1968
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First live TV broadcast from outer space (two images), Apollo 7, October 1968
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The expended Saturn SIVB stage orbiting the Earth over Cape Kennedy, Apollo 7, October 1968
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Diptych: Saturn S-IVB stage during transposition and docking manouevres, Apollo 7, October 1968
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Florida Peninsula illuminated by morning sun, Apollo 7, October 1968
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Himalayas and a sunset over the Indian Ocean, Apollo 7, October 1968
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Earth from orbit (personal collection of Walter Cunningham, 50 views), Apollo 7, October 1968
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Apollo 8 crew prepares for the first lunar voyage, Apollo 8, December 1968
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The first lift-off to the Moon, Apollo 8, December 1968
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Two views of Saturn V third stage following separation from the spacecraft, Apollo 8, December 1968
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First human-taken photograph of the Earth from a lunar trajectory, Apollo 8, December 1968
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An Earth view: both sides of the Atlantic Ocean and north-western Africa, Apollo 8 December 1968
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First human-taken photograph of the Earth from beyond its orbit, Apollo 8, December 1968
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William AndersThe most celebrated view of planet Earth and the first Earthrise ever seen by humans.
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