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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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Deployment of scientific experiments on the lunar surface [three images], Apollo 12, November 1969
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Diptych: Alan Bean and Pete Conrad during scientific experiments, Apollo 12, November 1969, EVA 1
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Diptych: Blue halo around Alan Bean deploying the ALSEP, Apollo 12, November 1969, EVA 1
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Alan Bean collecting lunar samples during first EVA, Apollo 12, November 1969
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Four views of Charles Conrad's activities on the lunar surface, Apollo 12, November 1969
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Diptych: the LM Intrepid, Alan Bean and the S-band antenna, Apollo 12, November 1969, EVA 1
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Moonscapes on the Ocean of Storms; the western wall of Surveyor Crater, Apollo 12, November 1969
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Alan Bean with the reflection of the photographer in his visor, Apollo 12, November 1969, EVA 2
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'Tourist' picture of Alan Bean, Apollo 12, November 1969, EVA 2
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Encounter with the unmanned Surveyor 3 spacecraft [four views], Apollo 12, November 1969
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Pete Conrad examining the Surveyor 3 robot spacecraft, Apollo 12, November 1969, EVA 2
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Alan Bean hammering a double core tube near Halo Crater, Apollo 12, November 14-24, 1969, EVA 2
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Three views of the lunar surface taken from orbit, Apollo 12, November 1969
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Solar eclipse as observed by humans from deep space, Apollo 12, November 1969
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Splashdown and congratulations from Richard Nixon during quarantine, Apollo 12, November 1969
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Prime Apollo 13 crew preparing for their mission [four views], Apollo 13, September 1969-April 1970
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Official portrait of the final crew, Apollo 13, April 1970
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Lift-off [large format], Apollo 13, April 1970
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Five views of the far side of the Moon taken during the homeward journey, Apollo 13, April 1979
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The farthest view of Earth ever witnessed by humans, Apollo 13, April 1970
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Views of the damaged spacecraft after the oxygen tank explosion [four views], Apollo 13, April 1970
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Near full Moon seen through the spacecraft window, Apollo 13, April 1970
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Diptych: the Moon and the Earth seen during the homeward journey, Apollo 13, April 1970
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The Earth getting bigger in the window of the lifeboat LM 'Aquarius', Apollo 13, April 1970
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Views of crew preparations; a portrait of Wernher von Braun, Apollo 14, January-February 1971
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Lift-off, Apollo 14, February 1971
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The Saturn V’s third stage drifting through space after jettison, Apollo 14, January-February 1971
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The Moon's slender crescent seen from the approaching spacecraft, Apollo 14, January-February 1971
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Alan Shepard beside the illuminated American flag, Apollo 14, February 1971
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Lunar surface views: Crater Pasteur [four sequential photographs], Apollo 14, February 1971
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Edgar Mitchell and Alan Shepard deploying components of the ALSEP, Apollo 14, January-February 1971
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Edgar Mitchell walking back to the LM from the ALSEP site, Apollo 14, January-February 1971, EVA 1
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A view of the Lunar Module reflecting a large sunny flare, Apollo 14, February 1971
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The Lunar Module and MET wheel tracks in brilliant sun glare, Apollo 14, February 1971
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The U.S. flag and MET seen from the LM between the two EVAs, Apollo 14, January-February 1971
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The Fra Mauro landing site seen from the flank of Cone Crater, Apollo 14, January-February 1971
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Diptych: views of lunar boulders during scientific experiments, Apollo 14, February 1971, EVA 2
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Moonscapes at station G and H, the last station traversed, Apollo 14, January-February 1971, EVA 2
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Diptych: the CSM 'Kitty Hawk' in lunar orbit; jettison of 'Antares', Apollo 14, Jan-Feb 1971
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Splashdown, Apollo 14, February 1971
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Four views of the crew during pre-launch activities, Apollo 15, March-August 1971
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Views of the crew checking out their EVA equipment before the mission, Apollo 15, June 1971
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Six views of pre-launch training and preparations, Apollo 15, April-July 1971
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Three views of the Saturn V rocket on the launch pad, Apollo 15, July-August 1971
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Lift-off, Apollo 15, 26 July 1971
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Views of the liftoff and newsmen watching the launch to the Moon, Apollo 15, July 1971
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LM attached to the Saturn SIVB third stage - transposition and docking, Apollo 15, July-August 1971
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Views of the Hadley-Apennine landing site after touchdown, Apollo 15, July-August 1971, stand up EVA
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A view of James Irwin working at the Lunar Rover, Apollo 15, July-August 1971
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Four lunar landscapes with the Lunar Rover, Apollo 15, July-August 1971
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Views of David Scott near the Lunar Rover at St George Crater, Apollo 15, July-August 1971, EVA 1
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Portrait of James Irwin and the Lunar Rover in front of Mount Hadley, Apollo 15, July-August 1971
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David Scott adjusting the Rover's TV antenna towards Earth, Apollo 15, July-August 1971
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Moonscapes at Dune Crater, station 4, Apollo 15, July-August 1971, EVA 2
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David Scott digging a trench and panoramic sequences of the ALSEP site, Apollo 15, July-August 1971
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Hadley Base and David Scott working at the Lunar Rover (station 9A), Apollo 15, July-August 1971
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Close-ups documenting geological investigations at station 9A, Apollo 15, July-August 1971, EVA 3
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Views of the green boulder and David Scott with the Lunar Rover, Apollo 15, July-August 1971
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David Scott saluting the American flag, Apollo 15, July-August 1971, EVA 3
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James Irwin saluting the American flag, Apollo 15, July-August 1971, EVA 3
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