SALE! Apollo 16 Astronaut John Young Signed Photo

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SALE! Apollo 16 Astronaut John Young Signed Photo

SALE! Apollo 16 Astronaut John Young Signed Photo
Astronaut John Young , Apollo 16 Commander. Has authentically signed a 8×10 color Kodak Photo Portrait. This is not a re-print. 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 “SALE! Apollo 16 Astronaut John Young Signed Photo” is in sale since Saturday, January 5, 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.
SALE! Apollo 16 Astronaut John Young Signed Photo

Apollo 16 Mission Emblem Beta Cloth Signed by Astronaut Charlie Duke16

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Apollo 16 Mission Emblem Beta Cloth Signed by Astronaut Charlie Duke16
Apollo 16 Mission Emblem Beta Cloth Signed by Astronaut Charlie Duke16
Apollo 16 Mission Emblem Beta Cloth Signed by Astronaut Charlie Duke16
Apollo 16 Mission Emblem Beta Cloth Signed by Astronaut Charlie Duke16
Apollo 16 Mission Emblem Beta Cloth Signed by Astronaut Charlie Duke16
Apollo 16 Mission Emblem Beta Cloth Signed by Astronaut Charlie Duke16

Apollo 16 Mission Emblem Beta Cloth Signed by Astronaut Charlie Duke16
Apollo 16 Astronaut Charlie Duke Signed Beta Cloth. 9 x 9 swatch of Beta cloth with a printed Apollo 16 mission emblem in the center, signed at the bottom of emblem in fine black felt tip by Charlie Duke, in left corner in fine black felt tip is in all caps “THE VOYAGE OF A LIFETIME” In Excellent condition. I have several differ ant unsigned Beta Cloths with the Mission Emblems on them that I will also be putting on. Beta Cloth Background & Production. Beta cloth is a fire proof material woven from Teflon coated glass fibers. It was supplied to NASA by the Owens Corning Corporation for use as the outer layer of the Apollo space suits and in-flight garments worn by the astronauts after the Apollo 1 fire. In order to reduce the use of flammable materials to a minimum it was logical that the mission patch, NASA insignia, U. Flag, and name tag used on each space suit and coverall from Apollo 7 onwards would also be produced in beta cloth rather than embroidered cloth. In general these beta cloth patches were never made available commercially and are now sought-after collectibles. Owens Corning contracted out the printing of NASA’s beta cloth patches to the Screen Print Corp. Of Coventry Rhode Island. There the insignia were screen printed onto rolls of beta cloth using Roma Chemical Questral pigments. These were then cut into 9″ squares (or 5½” in the case of the ASTP patches) with the printed designs at the centers. The hand-drawn’cut lines’ for the edges of these squares are often visible on one or more sides of beta cloth patches, as can be seen in the example on the left. The beta cloth patches were supplied to NASA in this form, and many were carried as souvenirs on missions without any further treatment. Apollo 16 Astronaut Charlie Duke. PERSONAL DATA: Born in Charlotte, North Carolina, on October 3, 1935. Married to the former Dorothy Meade Clairborne of Atlanta, Georgia. They have two grown sons. Recreational interests include hunting, fishing, reading, and playing golf. EDUCATION: Attended Lancaster High School in Lancaster, South Carolina, and was graduated valedictorian from the Admiral Farragut Academy in St. Petersburg, Florida; received a bachelor of science degree in Naval Sciences from the U. Naval Academy in 1957 and a master of science degree in Aeronautics from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 1964; presented an honorary doctorate of philosophy from the University of South Carolina in 1973, and an honorary doctorate of Humanities from Francis Marion College in 1990. ORGANIZATIONS: Member of the Air Force Association, the Society of Experimental Test Pilots, Reserve Officer Association, Full Gospel Businessmen’s Fellowship, Christian Businessmen’s Committee; National Space Society. SPECIAL HONORS: Awarded the NASA Distinguished Service Medal, the JSC Certificate of Commendation (1970), the Air Force Distinguished Service Medal with Oak Leaf Cluster and AF Legion of Merit, and Air Force Command Pilot Astronaut Wings, the SETP Iven C. Kincheloe Award of 1972, the AAS Flight Achievement Award for 1972, the AIAA Haley Astronautics Award for 1973, and the Federation Aeronautique Internationale V. Komarov Diploma in 1973; named South Carolina Man of the Year in 1973 and inducted into the South Carolina Hall of Fame in 1973; and presented the Boy Scouts of America Distinguished Eagle Scout Award in 1975. EXPERIENCE: When notified of his selection as an astronaut, Duke was at the Air Force Aerospace Research Pilot School as an instructor teaching control systems and flying in the F-101, F-104, and T-33 aircraft. He graduated from the Aerospace Research Pilot School in September 1965 and stayed on there as an instructor. He is a retired Air Force Reserve Brigadier General and was commissioned in 1957 upon graduation from the Naval Academy. Upon entering the Air Force, he went to Spence Air Base, Georgia, for primary flight training and then to Webb Air Force Base, Texas, for basic flying training, where in 1958 he became a distinguished graduate. He was again a distinguished graduate at Moody Air Force Base, Georgia, where he completed advanced training in F-86L aircraft. Upon completion of this training, he served three years as a fighter interceptor pilot with the 526th Fighter Interceptor Squadron at Ramstein Air Base, Germanypilot with the 526th Fighter Interceptor Squadron at Ramstein Air Base, Germany. He has logged 4,147 hours flying time, which includes 3,632 hours in jet aircraft. Duke was one of the 19 astronauts selected by NASA in April 1966. He served as member of the astronaut support crew for the Apollo 10 flight. He was CAPCOM for Apollo 11, the first landing on the Moon and he served as backup lunar module pilot on Apollo 13. Duke served as lunar module pilot of Apollo 16, April 16-27, 1972. He was accompanied on the fifth manned lunar landing mission by John W. Young (spacecraft commander) and Thomas K. Mattingly II (command module pilot). Apollo 16 was the first scientific expedition to inspect, survey, and sample materials and surface features in the Descartes region of the rugged lunar highlands. Duke and Young commenced their record setting lunar surface stay of 71 hours and 14 minutes by maneuvering the lunar module “Orion” to a landing on the rough Cayley Plains. In three subsequent excursions onto the lunar surface, they each logged 20 hours and 15 minutes in extravehicular activities involving the emplacement and activation of scientific equipment and experiments, the collection of nearly 213 pounds of rock and soil samples, and the evaluation and use of Rover-2 over the roughest and blockiest surface yet encountered on the moon. Other Apollo 16 achievements included the largest payload placed in lunar orbit (76, 109 pounds); first cosmic ray detector deployed on lunar surface; first lunar observatory with the far UV camera; and longest in-flight EVA from a command module during transearth coast (1 hour and 13 minutes). The latter feat was accomplished by Mattingly when he ventured out to “Casper’s” SIM-bay for the retrieval of vital film cassettes from the panoramic and mapping cameras. Apollo 16 concluded with a Pacific Ocean splashdown and subsequent recovery by the USS TICONDEROGA. With the completion of his first space flight, Duke has logged 265 hours in space and over 21 hours of extra vehicular activity. Duke also served as backup lunar module pilot for Apollo 17. In December 1975, Duke retired from the Astronaut program to enter private business. He is owner of Duke Investments, and is President of Charlie Duke Enterprises. He is an active speaker and Christian lay witness and President of Duke Ministry For Christ. I’m not an expert with NASA or Space items so I copied directly from the items themselves, please look at pictures since they are part of the description. Some items may not be able to be combined with other items due to nature of item, size weight, length etc… My late husband was one of the largest collectors of Space and Aviation items (mostly Space). I Consider All Sales Final with the Following Exceptions. PLEASE CONTACT ME SHOULD ANY OF THE ABOVE PROBLEMS OCCUR. I lost my Husband, Best friend and Soulmate in December 2014. Both of us are guilty of collecting many things over the years, however he was a huge collector of many things from Sports, Movie Memorbilia, WWII, Aviation and his biggest pride and joy was NASA Space Memorbilia. Good Luck and Thank You for looking at my Auctions! Get Supersized Images & Free Image Hosting. Create your brand with Auctiva’s. Attention Sellers – Get Templates Image Hosting, Scheduling at Auctiva. Track Page Views With. Auctiva’s FREE Counter. The item “Apollo 16 Mission Emblem Beta Cloth Signed by Astronaut Charlie Duke16″ is in sale since Saturday, January 11, 2020. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Autographs\Space”. The seller is “makingourdream” and is located in Diamond Bar, California. This item can be shipped to United States, all countries in Europe, Canada, Australia, all countries in continental Asia.
  • Modified Item: Yes
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States
  • Original/Reproduction: Original
  • Signed by: Charlie Duke
  • Modification Description: Autograph

Apollo 16 Mission Emblem Beta Cloth Signed by Astronaut Charlie Duke16

Astronaut John Glenn Hand Signed Autographed Color Photo To Mike

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Astronaut John Glenn Hand Signed Autographed Color Photo To Mike

Astronaut John Glenn Hand Signed Autographed Color Photo To Mike
John Glenn signed color 8×10 photo. Not a copy or dupe of any nature, I only deal in hand signed items. Comes with a COA card issued by myself, AUTOGRAPHHOUND1. The item “ASTRONAUT JOHN GLENN HAND SIGNED AUTOGRAPHED COLOR PHOTO TO MIKE” is in sale since Monday, December 4, 2017. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Autographs\Space”. The seller is “autographhound1″ and is located in Roselle Park, New Jersey. This item can be shipped to United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Denmark, Romania, Slovakia, Bulgaria, Czech republic, Finland, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Estonia, Australia, Greece, Portugal, Cyprus, Slovenia, Japan, China, Sweden, South Korea, Indonesia, Taiwan, Thailand, Belgium, France, Hong Kong, Ireland, Netherlands, Poland, Spain, Italy, Germany, Austria, Bahamas, Israel, Mexico, New Zealand, Philippines, Singapore, Switzerland, Norway, Saudi arabia, United arab emirates, Qatar, Kuwait, Bahrain, Croatia, Malaysia, Chile, Colombia, Costa rica, Dominican republic, Panama, Trinidad and tobago, Guatemala, El salvador, Honduras, Jamaica, Sri lanka, Uruguay, Russian federation, South africa, Brazil, Viet nam.
Astronaut John Glenn Hand Signed Autographed Color Photo To Mike

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

Buzz Aldrin & Coauthor Apollo 11 Astronaut Signed Auto Mission To Mars Book Jsa

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Buzz Aldrin & Coauthor Apollo 11 Astronaut Signed Auto Mission To Mars Book Jsa
Buzz Aldrin & Coauthor Apollo 11 Astronaut Signed Auto Mission To Mars Book Jsa
Buzz Aldrin & Coauthor Apollo 11 Astronaut Signed Auto Mission To Mars Book Jsa
Buzz Aldrin & Coauthor Apollo 11 Astronaut Signed Auto Mission To Mars Book Jsa
Buzz Aldrin & Coauthor Apollo 11 Astronaut Signed Auto Mission To Mars Book Jsa

Buzz Aldrin & Coauthor Apollo 11 Astronaut Signed Auto Mission To Mars Book Jsa
BUZZ ALDRIN LEONARD DAVID SECOND MAN ON THE MOON APOLLO 11 NASA ASTRONAUT & CO-AUTHOR SIGNED MISSION TO MARS BOOK. BOTH SIGNED ON THE INSIDE PAGE IN BEAUTIFUL BOLD BLACK INK. SIGNATURE & BOOK IN BEAUTIFUL NEAR MINT CONDITION. JSA AUTHENTICATION COA WITH MATCHING SERIAL NUMBER STICKER INCLUDED. The item “BUZZ ALDRIN & COAUTHOR APOLLO 11 ASTRONAUT SIGNED AUTO MISSION TO MARS BOOK JSA” is in sale since Tuesday, October 30, 2018. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Autographs\Space”. The seller is “pa2para” and is located in Indialantic, Florida. This item can be shipped to United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Denmark, Romania, Slovakia, Bulgaria, Czech republic, Finland, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Estonia, Australia, Greece, Portugal, Cyprus, Slovenia, Japan, China, 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, Ukraine, United arab emirates, Qatar, Kuwait, Bahrain, Croatia, Malaysia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Viet nam, Uruguay, Taiwan, Philippines, Costa rica, Panama, Trinidad and tobago, Guatemala, Honduras, Jamaica, Sri lanka, Russian federation.
  • Modified Item: No
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States
  • Original/Reproduction: Original
  • Autograph Authentication: James Spence (JSA)

Buzz Aldrin & Coauthor Apollo 11 Astronaut Signed Auto Mission To Mars Book Jsa

Apollo 11 NASA Astronaut Michael Collins Signed Photo

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Apollo 11 NASA Astronaut Michael Collins Signed Photo

Apollo 11 NASA Astronaut Michael Collins Signed Photo
NASA’s Apollo 11 Astronaut. Signed this beautiful 8×10 color Print on. Signed with a Blue Sharpie pen. 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 “Apollo 11 NASA Astronaut Michael Collins Signed Photo” is in sale since Monday, July 1, 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.
Apollo 11 NASA Astronaut Michael Collins Signed 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

27 Astronaut Autographs / Signed Giant Lot 1960s Era NASA Photos No Reserve

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27 Astronaut Autographs / Signed Giant Lot 1960s Era NASA Photos No Reserve
27 Astronaut Autographs / Signed Giant Lot 1960s Era NASA Photos No Reserve
27 Astronaut Autographs / Signed Giant Lot 1960s Era NASA Photos No Reserve
27 Astronaut Autographs / Signed Giant Lot 1960s Era NASA Photos No Reserve
27 Astronaut Autographs / Signed Giant Lot 1960s Era NASA Photos No Reserve
27 Astronaut Autographs / Signed Giant Lot 1960s Era NASA Photos No Reserve
27 Astronaut Autographs / Signed Giant Lot 1960s Era NASA Photos No Reserve
27 Astronaut Autographs / Signed Giant Lot 1960s Era NASA Photos No Reserve
27 Astronaut Autographs / Signed Giant Lot 1960s Era NASA Photos No Reserve
27 Astronaut Autographs / Signed Giant Lot 1960s Era NASA Photos No Reserve
27 Astronaut Autographs / Signed Giant Lot 1960s Era NASA Photos No Reserve
27 Astronaut Autographs / Signed Giant Lot 1960s Era NASA Photos No Reserve

27 Astronaut Autographs / Signed Giant Lot 1960s Era NASA Photos No Reserve
27 Astronaut Autographs – Giant Lot of 1960s Era NASA Photos. I assume these are auto-signed, but that doesnt diminish how rare a lot like this is. Would make a great Fathers Day gift. I was going to frame them for a bar. The item “27 Astronaut Autographs / Signed Giant Lot 1960s Era NASA Photos No Reserve” is in sale since Saturday, June 15, 2019. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Autographs\Space”. The seller is “rroden” and is located in Dallas, Texas. This item can be shipped to United States.
  • Autograph Authentication: Not Authenticated
  • Modified Item: No
  • Original/Reproduction: Unknown

27 Astronaut Autographs / Signed Giant Lot 1960s Era NASA Photos No Reserve

Signed Photo John Glenn Mercury Astronaut

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Signed Photo John Glenn Mercury Astronaut

Signed Photo John Glenn Mercury Astronaut
Mercury Astronaut John Glenn. The first American to orbit the Earth. Has signed this 8×10 Color Kodak Print with a Blue Sharpie. (not a copy, re-print, or shuttle image). 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 “Signed Photo John Glenn Mercury Astronaut” is in sale since Friday, March 3, 2017. 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.
Signed Photo John Glenn Mercury Astronaut