Illuminating Space: Images from a Private Virginian Collection
5 Dec 2012, starting at 13:00 EST.

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  • Lot 73
    LUNAR ORBITER I. View of the craters Gagarin and Mendeleev, August 25, 1966,
    US$ 3,000 - 5,000
    £1,800 - 3,000

  • Lot 74
    LUNAR ORBITER I. View of the craters Mendeleev, Fermi, and Tsiolkovsky, August 26, 1966,
    US$ 3,000 - 5,000
    £1,800 - 3,000

  • Lot 75
    LUNAR ORBITER II. Panorama of the crater Copernicus, November 24, 1966,
    Sold for US$ 21,250 inc. premium

  • Lot 76
    LUNAR ORBITER III. The far side of the Moon from Orbiter III's apolune, February 19, 1967,
    Sold for US$ 4,750 inc. premium

  • Lot 77
    LUNAR ORBITER III. Telephoto panorama of the Hortensius domes, February 20, 1967,
    Sold for US$ 21,250 inc. premium

  • Lot 78
    LUNAR ORBITER III. View of Kepler crater and vicinity, February 21, 1967,
    Sold for US$ 2,750 inc. premium

  • Lot 79
    LUNAR ORBITER III. View from the southwestern edge of the Oceanus Procellarum near the crater Grimaldi, February 22, 1967,
    US$ 1,500 - 2,000
    £890 - 1,200

  • Lot 80
    LUNAR ORBITER IV. Giant mosaic of the near side of the Moon, May 11-25, 1967,
    Sold for US$ 98,500 inc. premium

  • Lot 81
    LUNAR ORBITER IV. A view of the Moon, centered on the Mare Australe and with the dark crater Tsiolkovsky visible near the limb, May 11, 1967,
    US$ 5,000 - 7,000
    £3,000 - 4,200

  • Lot 82
    LUNAR ORBITER IV. Telephoto panorama centered on the crater Alphonsus, May 18, 1967,
    Sold for US$ 6,250 inc. premium

  • Lot 83
    LUNAR ORBITER IV. View of the crater Aristarchus, and Schröter's Valley, May 22, 1967,
    Sold for US$ 18,750 inc. premium

  • Lot 84
    LUNAR ORBITER IV. Telephoto panorama centered on the crater Gauss, May 23, 1967,
    Sold for US$ 8,125 inc. premium

  • Lot 85
    LUNAR ORBITER IV. View of the Mare Imbrium, May 23, 1967,
    US$ 4,000 - 6,000
    £2,400 - 3,600

  • Lot 86
    LUNAR ORBITER IV. View of a lunar limb with the Mare Crisium visible, May 24, 1967,
    US$ 4,000 - 6,000
    £2,400 - 3,600

  • Lot 87
    LUNAR ORBITER IV. Telephoto panorama of the Mare Crisium, May 25, 1967,
    Sold for US$ 18,750 inc. premium

  • Lot 88
    LUNAR ORBITER V. View of the area just south of the Alexander formation, August 6, 1967,
    US$ 4,000 - 6,000
    £2,400 - 3,600

  • Lot 89
    LUNAR ORBITER V. Telephoto panorama from Censorinus to Littrow, August 6, 1967,
    Sold for US$ 37,500 inc. premium

  • Lot 90
    LUNAR ORBITER V. Earth from lunar orbit, with diagram of the geographical features, August 8, 1967,
    Sold for US$ 2,250 inc. premium

  • Lot 91
    LUNAR ORBITER V. Telephoto panorama of View of the craters Messier and Messier A, August 10, 1967,
    US$ 8,000 - 10,000
    £4,800 - 5,900

  • Lot 92
    LUNAR ORBITER V. View of the craters Messier and Messier A, August 10, 1967,
    US$ 3,000 - 5,000
    £1,800 - 3,000

  • Lot 93
    LUNAR ORBITER V. H21 Telephoto panorama of..., August 10, 1967,
    US$ 8,000 - 10,000
    £4,800 - 5,900

  • Lot 94
    LUNAR ORBITER V. View of the Mare Moscoviense and the crater Campbell, August 14, 1967,
    Sold for US$ 5,000 inc. premium

  • Lot 95
    LUNAR ORBITER V. Oversize view of the Rimae Parry leading into Fra Mauro crater, August 15, 1967,
    US$ 25,000 - 35,000
    £15,000 - 21,000

  • Lot 96
    LUNAR ORBITER V. Oversize view of peaks at the center of the crater Copernicus, August 16, 1967,
    Sold for US$ 35,000 inc. premium

  • Lot 97
    LUNAR ORBITER V. Oversize view of the Rima Tobias Mayer, and a low dome, August 17, 1967,
    US$ 25,000 - 35,000
    £15,000 - 21,000

  • Lot 98
    LUNAR ORBITER V. Oversize view of the crater Aristarchus, August 18, 1967,
    US$ 100,000 - 150,000
    £59,000 - 89,000

  • Lot 99
    LUNAR ORBITER V. Oversize view of Schröter's Valley, August 18, 1967,
    US$ 25,000 - 35,000
    £15,000 - 21,000

  • Lot 100
    LUNAR ORBITER. Collection of approximately 32 volumes, documents, or dossiers related to Lunar Orbiter missions, several being rare internally-circulated items from NASA Langley or contractors, including:
    Sold for US$ 1,375 inc. premium

  • Lot 101
    LIPSKY, Y.N. [In Cyrillic:] Globus Luny sostavlen po fotografijam. [Globe made ​​from photographs of the Moon. Moscow:] Sternberg State Astronomical Institute and USSR Topographical Service, [1967].
    Sold for US$ 1,187 inc. premium

  • Lot 102
    KUIPER, GERARD P., AND OTHERS. 1. Orthographic Atlas of the Moon. St. Louis, MO: Aeronautical Chart and Information Center, USAF, June, 1961.
    Sold for US$ 2,500 inc. premium

  • Lot 103
    TURNER, RALPH. B.1935. Northeast Rim of Tycho. Tucson, AZ: Lunar and Planetary Laboratory, March 25, 1970.
    US$ 1,000 - 1,500
    £590 - 890

  • Lot 104
    ZOND-8. Group of 23 photographs of the Moon, October 24, 1970,
    Sold for US$ 3,750 inc. premium

  • Lot 105
    APOLLO 9 & 11. Group of 32 short strips of duplicate positives from the astronauts' Hasselblad cameras, March 3-July 24, 1969,
    Sold for US$ 9,750 inc. premium

  • Lot 106¤
    APOLLO 15. 10 stereo photographs taken by Dave Scott on the lunar surface, July 31-August 2, 1971,
    Sold for US$ 1,500 inc. premium

  • Lot 107¤
    WEIGERT, FRANZ. Bas relief reproduction of moon rock no 15536 obtained during the Apollo 15 mission, manufactured by Franz Weigert, Neuberg, Germany, 1972,
    Sold for US$ 562 inc. premium

  • Lot 108
    DENOYER-GEPPERT. Denoyer-Geppert Lunar Globe. [Chicago, IL]: Denoyer-Geppert, [c.1971].
    Sold for US$ 4,000 inc. premium

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