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Space Exploration Photography and Ephemera
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Dreweatts
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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First Earthrise ever seen by humans [gelatin silver print], Apollo 8, December 1968
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Second colour photograph of the first Earthrise seen by humans, Apollo 8, December 1968
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Sun-illuminated farside lunar terrain as first witnessed by humans, Apollo 8, December 1968
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Four views of the lunar far side as first photographed by humans, Apollo 8, 1968
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Lunar terrain: Sea of Tranquility, Apollo 8, December 1968
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Fragile Earth emerges above the lunar horizon (third Earthrise), Apollo 8, December 1968
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Receding Moon seen on the homebound journey, Apollo 8, December 1968
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Nearly full Moon from a perspective not visible to terrestrial viewers, Apollo 8, December 1968
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Full Moon, first human-taken image from a previously inaccessible perspective, Apollo 8, Dec 1968
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Two views of this island Earth, seen during homebound journey, Apollo 8, December 1968
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Three views of the crew preparing for the 10-day Earth orbit mission, Apollo 9, March 1969
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Lift off, Apollo 9, March 1969
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Views of the spacecraft over the Earth and Russell Schweickart's EVA, Apollo 9, March 1969
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Lunar Module 'Spider' in the Earth's orbit with landing gear deployed, Apollo 9, March 1969
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Russell Schweickart during a spacewalk [large format], Apollo 9, March 1969
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Six views of the Earth from space, including Nile, Atlantic Ocean, Florida, Apollo 9, March 1969
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Lunar Module test flight, the crew and the spacecraft during the EVA [six views], Apollo 9, 1969
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Illustrated sequence of the Apollo 10 flight [on seven prints], Apollo 10, April 1969
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Portrait of the crew and two views of the spacecraft on the launch pad, Apollo 10, March-May 1969
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Launch of the second manned lunar orbit mission, Apollo 10, May 1969
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Views of the crew with Snoopy and Charlie Brown mascots, Apollo 10, May 1969
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Earth after translunar injection, Apollo 10, May 1969
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Near full Earth photographed during the journey to the Moon, Apollo 10, May 1969
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Earthrise, Apollo 10, May 1969
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Earthrise [unreleased photograph], Apollo 10, May 1969
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A view of the first spacecraft photographed over another world, Apollo 10, May 1969
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CM 'Charlie Brown', first spacecraft photographed over the lunar surface, Apollo 10, May 1969
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The ascent stage of LM 'Snoopy' after a dress rehearsal for a moonlanding, Apollo 10, May 1969
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Three views of LM 'Snoopy' and CM 'Charlie Brown' in Moon's orbit, Apollo 10, May 1969
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Five moonscapes photographed from orbit; Sinus Medii, Keeler, Schmidt, Apollo 10, May 1969
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Diptych: views of the immediate area of the future Apollo 11 landing site, Apollo 10, May 1969
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Views of the lunar farside and nearside from the spacecraft rounding the Moon, Apollo 10, May 1969
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Receding Moon during the journey home, Apollo 10, May 1969
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Shimmering Moon during the homeward journey, Apollo 10, May 1969
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Planet Earth during the homeward journey, Apollo 10, May 1969
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Official portrait of the crew before the historic mission to the Moon, Apollo 11, July 1969
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Views of pre-launch preparations of the spacecraft [five photographs], Apollo 11, January-May 1969
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Crew training and preparations for the first manned lunar landing, Apollo 11, July 1969
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The historic lift-off of Saturn V to take the first humans to the Moon, Apollo 11, July 1969
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Saturn V moments after the lift-off; a view of the rocket on the pad, Apollo 11, 16 July 1969
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NASA officials, Vice-President Agnew and spectators watching the launch, Apollo 11, July 1969
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Staging of the Saturn V space vehicle as seen from the Earth, Apollo 11, July 1969
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Sunrise on Earth before translunar injection, Apollo 11, July 1969
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Two views of the Earth after translunar injection, Apollo 11, July 1969
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The Earth from about 50,000 nautical miles in space, outbound, Apollo 11, July 1969
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Earth seen from the spacecraft at mid distance to the Moon, Apollo 11, July 1969
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The Planet Earth [large format], Apollo 11, July 1969
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The Planet Earth, Apollo 11, July 1969
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Receding Earth during the outward journey, Apollo 11, July 1969
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Diptych: Buzz Aldrin weightless inside 'Eagle' during the outbound journey, Apollo 11, July 1969
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Moon encounter: two views of farside craters Harden and Mendeleev, first orbit, Apollo 11, July 1969
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Diptych: views of crater King on the lunar farside during the first orbit, Apollo 11, July 1969
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Sunrise at Traquility Base before landing, shadow of the Lunar Module, Apollo 11, July 1969
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The majestic Earth emerging over the lunar horizon, Apollo 11, July 1969
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Earthrise, Apollo 11, July 1969
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Triptych: Lunar Module 'Eagle' before the descent to the Moon, Apollo 11, July 1969
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Diptych: CM 'Columbia' over the Sea of Tranquility from the LM 'Eagle', Apollo 11, July 1969
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CM 'Columbia' over the lunar surface after separation from LM 'Eagle', Apollo 11, July 1969
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A view of the Lunar Module before the descent to the lunar surface, Apollo 11, July 1969
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Landing site area moments after touchdown, Apollo 11, July 1969
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