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Space Exploration Photography and Ephemera
Timed
Venue address
Dreweatts
Donnington Priory
Newbury, Berkshire
RG14 2JE
United Kingdom
Space Exploration Photography and Ephemera

This is a timed online auction. For further details please click the “Important information" link.

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. 

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Auction dates
Starts: Mar 24, 2021 04:00 PM GMT
Ends from: Mar 28, 2021 07:00 PM BST
Auction currency
GBP
Buyer's premium
25 % (exc. Sales tax)
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The first photograph of the far side of the Moon, Luna 3, October 1959
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First picture of a human in space; a view of Earth from space, Mercury-Redstone 3, May 1961
140 GBP
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Underwater view of the recovery [large format], Mercury Atlas 4, September 1961
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Mercury programme: contact sheets (MA-3,4 & 6) and commemorative photographs, 1961-1963
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Views of Earth from space [four prints], Gemini 3, March 1965
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Six orbital views of the Earth: Florida, Mexico, Hawaii, Gemini 5, August 1965
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Gemini Titan II and Atlas-Agena on launch pads [two prints], Gemini 10, July 1966
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View of Gemini 10 docked with Agena, Gemini 10, July 1966
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Earth from space: India and Sri Lanka, Gemini 11, September 1966
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Views of splashdown and recovery [five photographs], Gemini 12, 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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Views of Mission Control during the successful flights of Gemini 9, 10, 11 and 12, 1966
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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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First photograph transmitted from the surface of the Moon, Luna 9, February 1966
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Early Soviet views of the planet Earth, Molniya, Zond 5 and Zond 6, May-November 1966
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Six views of the cratered lunar surface, Lunar Orbiters 2-5, 1966-1967
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The first Lunar Orbiter photograph to be released, Lunar Orbiter 1, August 1966
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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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Diptych: Saturn S-IVB stage during transposition and docking manouevres, 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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Apollo 8 crew prepares for the first lunar voyage, 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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Six views of the Earth from space, including Nile, Atlantic Ocean, Florida, 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 test flight, the crew and the spacecraft during the EVA [six views], Apollo 9, 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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Illustrated sequence of the Apollo 10 flight [on seven prints], Apollo 10, April 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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Diptych: shadows of the LM 'Eagle' silhouetted against the Moon's surface, Apollo 11, July 1969
190 GBP
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Buzz Aldrin deploying scientific experiments [large format], Apollo 11, July 1969
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Buzz Aldrin's 'kangaroo run' and scientific activities, Apollo 11, July 1969
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Diptych: Lunar Module 'Eagle' at the Traquility Base, Apollo 11, July 1969
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Photographic sequence: Buzz Aldrin carrying ALSEP to its deployment site, Apollo 11, July 1969
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Last view of the lunar surface at the end of the EVA, Apollo 11, July 1969
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Shadow of the Lunar Module 'Eagle' on the lunar surface after the moonwalk, Apollo 11, July 1969
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Crater Daedalus on the lunar far side, Apollo 11, July 1969
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Buzz Aldrin demonstrates how to make a sandwich in zero gravity, Apollo 11, July 1969
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NASA officials, Vice-President Agnew and spectators watching the launch, Apollo 11, July 1969
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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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Diptych: Blue halo around Alan Bean deploying the ALSEP, Apollo 12, November 1969, EVA 1
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Diptych: Alan Bean and Pete Conrad during scientific experiments, Apollo 12, November 1969, EVA 1
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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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Three views of the lunar surface taken from orbit, 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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A view of Charles Conrad working at the Lunar Module stowage assembly, Apollo 12, November 1969
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Alan Bean collecting lunar samples during first EVA, Apollo 12, November 1969
190 GBP
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Lunar view: crater Copernicus, Apollo 12, November 1969
280 GBP
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