NASA Apollo 13 Astronaut James Lovell Signed Portrait Photo

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NASA Apollo 13 Astronaut James Lovell Signed Portrait Photo
NASA Apollo 13 Astronaut James Lovell Signed Portrait Photo

NASA Apollo 13 Astronaut James Lovell Signed Portrait Photo
A brand new, 8×10 color Kodak print. Signed with a bright Blue Sharpie. Houston, We Have a Problem. The actual item you will receive may or may not be this specific photo. Will be one identical to the one shown in the photo. Not a copy or re-print. Your photo may not be the exact photo shown in the listing, but one nearly identical. Simply place items in the cart and then check out. But since photos are practically weightless, then this is really not an issue. When you place these items in your cart, it gives you the option to send me an invoice. You pay only that amount. A Word About Certificates of Authenticity (COAs). Thank you for your interest, but no, we do not believe in COAs, and neither should. Nor should you be placing your trust in them either, as a. COA does not prove anything. A COA is signed by someone you do not personally know, could probably never find again, and who may or may not be an expert in anything. Additionally, people have issued COAs on our autographs as though they were their pieces originally—all the more reason to avoid COAs. In the case of most of our items, there is more than just a signature—-there is an entire sentence. To see more handwriting and to know that the item is real. Forgers may be able to write someone’s name and occasionally fool people; however, trying to forge an entire sentence in someone else’s handwriting is nearly impossible. If you are seeking COAs with your autographs, then the question you should be asking yourself is this. What does the COA do for me? A collector needs to educate himself as to what the handwriting of the person he is collecting looks like, and then he will know if it is real or not by his own knowledge. Do not leave this to someone else to do for you. You need to know that your item is authentic because you have done your homework—-not because some piece of paper signed by someone you do not know and who wants to sell you something says it is authentic. If you have not done your homework, and if you have not researched and are familiar with the handwriting of the person whom you are collecting, then with all due respect, then you do not know what you are doing and have no business collecting autographs. Placing your faith in COAs to serve as your proof that your item is real is irresponsible and quite risky. Houses and cars are issued titles—not autographs. So for these reasons, we do not issue COAs. Once the astronauts start passing away, and they are as we speak. Then these prices will go higher. I hoped that this helped you to understand our field a little better. Ood luck to you building your space autograph collection. The item “NASA Apollo 13 Astronaut James Lovell Signed Portrait Photo” is in sale since Thursday, June 6, 2019. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Autographs\Space”. The seller is “apolloastronauts” and is located in Pompano Beach, Florida. This item can be shipped worldwide.
NASA Apollo 13 Astronaut James Lovell Signed Portrait Photo

1976 NASA Silver Snoopy Pin With Signed Astronaut Jerry Carr Skylab Letter

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1976 NASA Silver Snoopy Pin With Signed Astronaut Jerry Carr Skylab Letter
1976 NASA Silver Snoopy Pin With Signed Astronaut Jerry Carr Skylab Letter
1976 NASA Silver Snoopy Pin With Signed Astronaut Jerry Carr Skylab Letter
1976 NASA Silver Snoopy Pin With Signed Astronaut Jerry Carr Skylab Letter
1976 NASA Silver Snoopy Pin With Signed Astronaut Jerry Carr Skylab Letter
1976 NASA Silver Snoopy Pin With Signed Astronaut Jerry Carr Skylab Letter
1976 NASA Silver Snoopy Pin With Signed Astronaut Jerry Carr Skylab Letter
1976 NASA Silver Snoopy Pin With Signed Astronaut Jerry Carr Skylab Letter
1976 NASA Silver Snoopy Pin With Signed Astronaut Jerry Carr Skylab Letter
1976 NASA Silver Snoopy Pin With Signed Astronaut Jerry Carr Skylab Letter
1976 NASA Silver Snoopy Pin With Signed Astronaut Jerry Carr Skylab Letter
1976 NASA Silver Snoopy Pin With Signed Astronaut Jerry Carr Skylab Letter

1976 NASA Silver Snoopy Pin With Signed Astronaut Jerry Carr Skylab Letter
Very unique 1976 NASA Silver Snoopy Pin With a Signed letter from Astronaut Jerry Carr, Commander of Skylab 4, the third and final crewed visit to the Skylab Orbital Workshop, from November 16, 1973 to February 8, 1974. This was presented to a NASA contractor. Back cardboard of frame has not been removed so unsure if any other goodies are hidden back there! The letter was framed the same year and has some slight fade marks on it, but all is legible and the signature is strong! Pin is in nice shape with tarnish. Marked sterling and has the United Features Syndicate mark. The item “1976 NASA Silver Snoopy Pin With Signed Astronaut Jerry Carr Skylab Letter” is in sale since Tuesday, July 23, 2019. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Autographs\Space”. The seller is “jeepdriver85″ and is located in Elkton, Florida. This item can be shipped to United States, United Kingdom, Denmark, Romania, Slovakia, Bulgaria, Czech republic, Finland, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Estonia, Australia, Greece, Portugal, Cyprus, Slovenia, Japan, Sweden, South Korea, Indonesia, South africa, Thailand, Belgium, France, Hong Kong, Ireland, Netherlands, Poland, Spain, Italy, Germany, Austria, Bahamas, Israel, Mexico, New Zealand, Singapore, Switzerland, Norway, Saudi arabia, United arab emirates, Qatar, Bahrain, Croatia, Malaysia, Panama, Jamaica, Sri lanka, Uruguay, China, Kuwait, Colombia, Canada, Taiwan.
1976 NASA Silver Snoopy Pin With Signed Astronaut Jerry Carr Skylab Letter

NASA Apollo 17 Astronaut Gene Cernan Autographed

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NASA Apollo 17 Astronaut Gene Cernan Autographed

NASA Apollo 17 Astronaut Gene Cernan Autographed
Apollo 10 and 17 commander Gene Cernan. Has signed this pristine new 8×10 Color Photo with a silver pen. Last Man on the Moon. Your photo may not be the exact photo shown in the listing, but one nearly identical. Simply place items in the cart and then check out. But since photos are practically weightless, then this is really not an issue. When you place these items in your cart, it gives you the option to send me an invoice. You pay only that amount. A Word About Certificates of Authenticity (COAs). Thank you for your interest, but no, we do not believe in COAs, and neither should. Nor should you be placing your trust in them either, as a. COA does not prove anything. A COA is signed by someone you do not personally know, could probably never find again, and who may or may not be an expert in anything. Additionally, people have issued COAs on our autographs as though they were their pieces originally—all the more reason to avoid COAs. In the case of most of our items, there is more than just a signature—-there is an entire sentence. To see more handwriting and to know that the item is real. Forgers may be able to write someone’s name and occasionally fool people; however, trying to forge an entire sentence in someone else’s handwriting is nearly impossible. If you are seeking COAs with your autographs, then the question you should be asking yourself is this. What does the COA do for me? A collector needs to educate himself as to what the handwriting of the person he is collecting looks like, and then he will know if it is real or not by his own knowledge. Do not leave this to someone else to do for you. You need to know that your item is authentic because you have done your homework—-not because some piece of paper signed by someone you do not know and who wants to sell you something says it is authentic. If you have not done your homework, and if you have not researched and are familiar with the handwriting of the person whom you are collecting, then with all due respect, then you do not know what you are doing and have no business collecting autographs. Placing your faith in COAs to serve as your proof that your item is real is irresponsible and quite risky. Houses and cars are issued titles—not autographs. So for these reasons, we do not issue COAs. Once the astronauts start passing away, and they are as we speak. Then these prices will go higher. I hoped that this helped you to understand our field a little better. Ood luck to you building your space autograph collection. The item “NASA Apollo 17 Astronaut Gene Cernan Autographed” is in sale since Tuesday, November 27, 2018. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Autographs\Space”. The seller is “apolloastronauts” and is located in Pompano Beach, Florida. This item can be shipped worldwide.
NASA Apollo 17 Astronaut Gene Cernan Autographed

NASA Charlie Duke Apollo 16 Signed Lunar Surface Photo

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NASA Charlie Duke Apollo 16 Signed Lunar Surface Photo

NASA Charlie Duke Apollo 16 Signed Lunar Surface Photo
Brand New, Color 8×10 photo. Signed in silver pen. NOTE: In real-life, the autograph is far brighter than the scanning is able to show. Against the black background of the sky. The silver ink looks spectacular. Your photo may not be the exact photo shown in the listing, but one nearly identical. Simply place items in the cart and then check out. But since photos are practically weightless, then this is really not an issue. When you place these items in your cart, it gives you the option to send me an invoice. You pay only that amount. A Word About Certificates of Authenticity (COAs). Thank you for your interest, but no, we do not believe in COAs, and neither should. Nor should you be placing your trust in them either, as a. COA does not prove anything. A COA is signed by someone you do not personally know, could probably never find again, and who may or may not be an expert in anything. Additionally, people have issued COAs on our autographs as though they were their pieces originally—all the more reason to avoid COAs. In the case of most of our items, there is more than just a signature—-there is an entire sentence. To see more handwriting and to know that the item is real. Forgers may be able to write someone’s name and occasionally fool people; however, trying to forge an entire sentence in someone else’s handwriting is nearly impossible. If you are seeking COAs with your autographs, then the question you should be asking yourself is this. What does the COA do for me? A collector needs to educate himself as to what the handwriting of the person he is collecting looks like, and then he will know if it is real or not by his own knowledge. Do not leave this to someone else to do for you. You need to know that your item is authentic because you have done your homework—-not because some piece of paper signed by someone you do not know and who wants to sell you something says it is authentic. If you have not done your homework, and if you have not researched and are familiar with the handwriting of the person whom you are collecting, then with all due respect, then you do not know what you are doing and have no business collecting autographs. Placing your faith in COAs to serve as your proof that your item is real is irresponsible and quite risky. Houses and cars are issued titles—not autographs. So for these reasons, we do not issue COAs. Once the astronauts start passing away, and they are as we speak. Then these prices will go higher. I hoped that this helped you to understand our field a little better. Ood luck to you building your space autograph collection. The item “NASA Charlie Duke Apollo 16 Signed Lunar Surface Photo” is in sale since Saturday, August 18, 2018. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Autographs\Space”. The seller is “apolloastronauts” and is located in Pompano Beach, Florida. This item can be shipped worldwide.
NASA Charlie Duke Apollo 16 Signed Lunar Surface Photo

NASA Edgar Mitchell Apollo 14 Signed Lunar Surface Photo

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NASA Edgar Mitchell Apollo 14 Signed Lunar Surface Photo

NASA Edgar Mitchell Apollo 14 Signed Lunar Surface Photo
Brand New, Color 8×10 photo. Signed in silver pen. 6th Man to Walk on the Moon. NOTE: In real-life, the autograph is far brighter than the scanning is able to show. Against the black background of the sky. The silver ink looks spectacular. Your photo may not be the exact photo shown in the listing, but one nearly identical. Simply place items in the cart and then check out. But since photos are practically weightless, then this is really not an issue. When you place these items in your cart, it gives you the option to send me an invoice. You pay only that amount. A Word About Certificates of Authenticity (COAs). Thank you for your interest, but no, we do not believe in COAs, and neither should. Nor should you be placing your trust in them either, as a. COA does not prove anything. A COA is signed by someone you do not personally know, could probably never find again, and who may or may not be an expert in anything. Additionally, people have issued COAs on our autographs as though they were their pieces originally—all the more reason to avoid COAs. In the case of most of our items, there is more than just a signature—-there is an entire sentence. To see more handwriting and to know that the item is real. Forgers may be able to write someone’s name and occasionally fool people; however, trying to forge an entire sentence in someone else’s handwriting is nearly impossible. If you are seeking COAs with your autographs, then the question you should be asking yourself is this. What does the COA do for me? A collector needs to educate himself as to what the handwriting of the person he is collecting looks like, and then he will know if it is real or not by his own knowledge. Do not leave this to someone else to do for you. You need to know that your item is authentic because you have done your homework—-not because some piece of paper signed by someone you do not know and who wants to sell you something says it is authentic. If you have not done your homework, and if you have not researched and are familiar with the handwriting of the person whom you are collecting, then with all due respect, then you do not know what you are doing and have no business collecting autographs. Placing your faith in COAs to serve as your proof that your item is real is irresponsible and quite risky. Houses and cars are issued titles—not autographs. So for these reasons, we do not issue COAs. Once the astronauts start passing away, and they are as we speak. Then these prices will go higher. I hoped that this helped you to understand our field a little better. Ood luck to you building your space autograph collection. The item “NASA Edgar Mitchell Apollo 14 Signed Lunar Surface Photo” is in sale since Friday, March 22, 2019. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Autographs\Space”. The seller is “apolloastronauts” and is located in Pompano Beach, Florida. This item can be shipped worldwide.
NASA Edgar Mitchell Apollo 14 Signed Lunar Surface Photo