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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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Telephotographs of distant moonscapes, Apollo 15, July-August 1971, EVA 3
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Orbital moonscapes by Fairchild metric and Itek panoramic cameras, Apollo 15, July-August 1971
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Five moonscapes photographed from orbit, Apollo 15, July-August 1971
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Diptych: the CM 'Endeavour' during pitcharound in lunar orbit, Apollo 15, July-August 1971
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LM 'Falcon' and the CM 'Endeavour' station keeping in lunar orbit, Apollo 15, July-August 1971
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Wide-angle views of the lunar surface seen the orbiting CM 'Endeavour', Apollo 15, July-August 1971
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Lunar Rover at its final parking spot [large format], Apollo 15, August 1971
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The Lunar Rover at is final 'VIP' parking site, Apollo 15, July-August 1971, EVA 3
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A view of the Command and Service module in orbit, Apollo 15, July-August 1971
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The CM 'Endeavour' in orbit over the Sea of Fertility, Apollo 15, August 1971
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The receding Moon and crescent Earth during the homeward journey, Apollo 15, July-August 1971
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UV photograph of the receding Earth during translunar coast, Apollo 15, July-August 1971
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Portrait of the crew; the Lunar Module crew in the Rover, Apollo 16, November 1971-January 1972
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Lift-off, Apollo 16, April 1972
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Stunning planet Earth after translunar injection, Apollo 16, April 1972
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Diptych: the CM 'Casper' after undocking from the LM 'Orion', Apollo 16, April 1972
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The Command Module 'Casper' and the Earth both rising over the lunar horizon, Apollo 16, April 1972
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Charles Duke saluting the U.S. flag, Apollo 16
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Lunar Rover getting a speed work out by John Young, Apollo 16, April 1972
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A view of the Lunar Rover next to the Lunar Module 'Orion', Apollo 16, April 1972
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Three views of John Young and Charles Duke collecting lunar samples, Apollo 16, April 1972
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John Young and Charles Duke conducting scientific experiments on the Moon [4], Apollo 16, April 1972
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Diptych at Stone Mountain station: the crew, the Rover & the barren moonscape, Apollo 16, April 1972
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John Young, the Rover and the LM Orion at the Descartes landing site, Apollo 16, April 1972, EVA 3
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John Young drives the Lunar Rover to the 'VIP point', Apollo 16, April 1972
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LM Orion's ascent stage while rising from the Moon and in orbit, Apollo 16, April 1972
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Triptych: orbital views of lunar landscapes, Apollo 16, April 1972
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The crew of the last manned lunar landing mission; pre-launch activities, Apollo 17, December 1972
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Dramatic view of the last lift-off to the Moon [large format], Apollo 17, December 1972
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The last Saturn V 'Moon' rocket with the full Moon in background, Apollo 17, November 1972
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View of the Earth from orbit: west coast of Africa, Apollo 17, December 1972
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The planet Earth, centred over South America, during translunar travel, Apollo 17, December 1972
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Harrison Schmitt with the Earth above the American flag, Apollo 17, December 1972, EVA 1
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Diptych: Eugene Cernan testing the Lunar Rover and parking it by the LM, Apollo 17, December 1972
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Moonscapes at Shorty Crater’s station 4 and Camelot Crater’s station 5, Apollo 17, December 1972
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Lunar scenes: Harrison Schmitt working with the rake and at the SEP site, Apollo 17, December 1972
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Portrait of Eugene Cernan with the Lunar Rover, Apollo 17, December 1972, EVA 3
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Eugene Cernan and the Earth above the antenna of the Lunar Rover, Apollo 17, December 1972, EVA 3
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Views of the Lunar Rover and Harrison Schmitt near Tracy’s Rock, station 6, Apollo 17, December 1972
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Portrait of astronaut Eugene Cernan, last explorer of another world, Apollo 17, December 1972, EVA 3
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Moonscapes at Van Serg Crater, the last station explored on the Moon, Apollo 17, December 1972
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The Lunar Rover in the Valley of Taurus-Littrow, station 8, Apollo 17, December 1972, EVA 3
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Telephotographs of the moonscape at Taurus-Littrow, Apollo 17, December 1972, EVA 2 and EVA 3
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Views at the end of the last EVA; Cernan unveiling a commemorative plaque, Apollo 17, December 1972
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Four views of the Lunar Rover; the Rover at its final parking place, Apollo 17, December 1972
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Four moonscapes; a view of orange soil discovered during the last mission, Apollo 17, December 1972
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The last man to walk on the Moon salutes the American flag, Apollo 17, December 1972
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The last departure of humans from the Moon as captured by a TV camera, Apollo 17, December 1972
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Diptych: rendezvous of the CM 'America' and LM 'Challenger' in lunar orbit, Apollo 17, December 1972
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Four views of the lunar surface taken by the last men to walk on the Moon, Apollo 17, December 1972
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Fairchild metric camera photograph of the lunar horizon, Apollo 17, December 1972
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Fairchild metric camera photograph of craters Macrobius A, B and Franz, Apollo 17, December 1972
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The last view of a near full Moon showing features unseen from Earth, Apollo 17, December 1972
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The 'Blue Marble', sun-illuminated Planet Earth during translunar coast, Apollo 17, December 1972
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The 'Blue Marble', the first photograph of the full Earth seen by humans, Apollo 17, December 1972
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Diptych: the last EVA of the Apollo programme, deep space EVA, Apollo 17, December 1972
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The return of the last men on the Moon [four photographs], Apollo 17, December 19, 1972
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The USA-USSR rendezvous; Deke Slayton and Alexei Leonov in weightlessness, Apollo-Soyuz, July 1975
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Orbital views of the Martian surface, Mariners 6-9, 1969-1971
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The first photograph of the Martian surface and the lander’s self-portraits [19], Viking 1&2, 1976
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