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

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  • Lot 109
    APOLLO 16. Group of 41 photographs of the lunar surface taken by the Apollo 16 Fairchild Metric/Mapping camera, April 19-24, 1967,
    Sold for US$ 4,000 inc. premium

  • Lot 110
    APOLLO. Collection of approximately 41 volumes related to photography and mapping involved in Apollo missions, including:
    Sold for US$ 10,000 inc. premium

  • Lot 111
    HAINES, E.L., editor. Lunar Scientific Model. [Pasadena, CA]: JPL, August 27, 1969-December 7, 1971.
    Sold for US$ 3,125 inc. premium

  • Lot 112¤
    SCHIMERMAN, LAWRENCE A., editor. Lunar Cartographic Dossier. St. Louis, MO: Defense Mapping Agency for NASA, [1973].
    US$ 800 - 1,200
    £480 - 710

  • Lot 113
    TURNER, RALPH. B.1935. Contour diagram of Schröter's Valley, probably Tucson, AZ, 1974,
    Sold for US$ 2,375 inc. premium

  • Lot 114
    TURNER, RALPH. B.1935. Shaded contour diagram of Schröter's Valley, probably Tucson, AZ, 1974,
    US$ 2,000 - 3,000
    £1,200 - 1,800

  • Lot 115
    GODDARD, ROBERT HUTCHINGS. 1882-1945. Mount Ruidoso, New Mexico, August 12, 1940,
    US$ 20,000 - 30,000
    £12,000 - 18,000

  • Lot 116¤
    COSMIC RAYS. Cosmic rays, photographed through the opening of a magnetic "cloud chamber" aboard a B-29 "flying laboratory" and processed by the US Naval Ordnance Test Station near Inyokern, CA, December, 1946,
    Sold for US$ 187 inc. premium

  • Lot 117¤
    V-2 ROCKET. 2 strips of positive film reproducing photographs taken by a V-2 rocket, launched from White Sands, NM, April 5, 1950,
    Sold for US$ 2,000 inc. premium

  • Lot 118¤
    SPUTNIK. A small archive of photographs and documents relating to US observations of Sputnik satellites, 1957, comprising:
    Sold for US$ 1,125 inc. premium

  • Lot 119
    TAUB, WILLIAM PAUL. 1923-2010. 2 contact prints of the Mercury Seven, around April 9, 1959,
    US$ 1,500 - 2,000
    £890 - 1,200

  • Lot 120
    TAUB, WILLIAM PAUL. 1923-2010. A large group of photographs and contact sheets of Mercury-era NASA astronauts, c.1961,
    Sold for US$ 3,500 inc. premium

  • Lot 121¤
    COSMONAUTS. View upwards inside a Soviet radio antenna, signed by 30 cosmonauts and astronauts, 1962-1975,
    Sold for US$ 2,750 inc. premium

  • Lot 122¤
    US ARMY CORPS OF ENGINEERS. Multisensor Imagery Collection. [Fort Belvoir, VA]: US Army Corps of Engineers for the Earth Resources Survey Program, Space Applications Programs, NASA, December, 1965.
    Sold for US$ 2,000 inc. premium

  • Lot 123
    WHITE, RICHARD A., editor. Earth Resource Surveys from Spacecraft. Fort Belvoir, VA, and Houston, TX: US Army Corps of Engineers, and Earth Resources Group, NASA, February 15, 1967.
    Sold for US$ 812 inc. premium

  • Lot 124¤
    CONESTOGA I. 21 photographs of the Conestoga I launch, Matagorda Island, TX, September 9, 1982,
    Sold for US$ 162 inc. premium

  • Lot 125
    SHUTTLE STS-27. Large format photograph of the south Persian Gulf, from the orbiting Shuttle Atlantis, December 2-6, 1988,
    Sold for US$ 1,000 inc. premium

  • Lot 126
    GALILEO. The limb of the Earth, looking north past Antarctica, December 8, 1990,
    Sold for US$ 1,250 inc. premium

  • Lot 127
    FLAMMARION, CAMILLE. 1842-1925. Globe géographique de la planète Mars d'après Camille Flammarion. Paris: E. Bertaux, [1884].
    Sold for US$ 27,500 inc. premium

  • Lot 128
    FLAMMARION, CAMILLE, AND EUGENE ANTONIADI. Globe géographique de la planète Mars d'après CAMILLE FLAMMARION par E. Antoniadi. Paris: E. Bertaux, [c.1897].
    Sold for US$ 6,875 inc. premium

  • Lot 129
    BRUN, EMMY INGEBORG. 1872-1929. [Inscription on base:] Mars efter Lowell's Glober [sic]. Denmark, c.1905-1909.
    Sold for US$ 50,000 inc. premium

  • Lot 130¤
    MARINER IV. A reel of magnetic tape containing photographic data returned by Mariner IV, July 15, 1965,
    Sold for US$ 375 inc. premium

  • Lot 131¤
    MARINER IV. 22 views of Mars, being every image captured by Mariner IV, July 14, 1965,
    Sold for US$ 187 inc. premium

  • Lot 132
    MARINER IV. Collection of approximately 46 bulletins, reports, and memoranda related to Mariner IV, including:
    US$ 800 - 1,200
    £480 - 710

  • Lot 133
    MARS SCIENTIFIC MODEL. Mars Scientific Model. JPL Document No. 606-1. Pasadena, CA: JPL, July 15, 1968.
    Sold for US$ 812 inc. premium

  • Lot 134¤
    MARINER VI & VII. Collection of approximately 60 bulletins, reports, and memoranda related to Mariners VI and VII, including:
    Sold for US$ 125 inc. premium

  • Lot 135
    MARINER IX. 2 views of the north pole of Mars, around October 12, 1972,
    Sold for US$ 2,000 inc. premium

  • Lot 136
    MARINER IX. The equatorial belt of Mars, with Olympus Mons visible towards the upper left, November 14, 1971-October 27, 1972,
    US$ 25,000 - 35,000
    £15,000 - 21,000

  • Lot 137
    MARINER IX. Large collection of approximately 180 volumes, documents, periodicals and memoranda related to Mariner IX, some being rare internally-circulated items from JPL, including:
    Sold for US$ 937 inc. premium

  • Lot 138
    DENOYER-GEPPERT. [Label on base:] Visual-Relief Mariner 9 Mars Globe. Chicago, IL: Denoyer-Geppert Co., 1973.
    Sold for US$ 2,750 inc. premium

  • Lot 139
    US GEOLOGICAL SURVEY. A set of 31 large film negatives probably used in the offset printing of the USGS's Atlas of Mars, published in 1976,
    US$ 3,000 - 5,000
    £1,800 - 3,000

  • Lot 140
    VIKING I LANDER. Panorama of Chryse Planitia, July 23, 1976,
    Sold for US$ 13,750 inc. premium

  • Lot 141
    VIKING ORBITER. Hand mosaic of Memnonia quadrangle, c.1978,
    Sold for US$ 20,000 inc. premium

  • Lot 142
    VIKING ORBITER. Hand mosaic of an overview of the caldera of Olympus Mons, c.1979,
    US$ 4,000 - 6,000
    £2,400 - 3,600

  • Lot 143
    VIKING ORBITER. Hand mosaic of Mars, c.1979,
    Sold for US$ 10,000 inc. premium

  • Lot 144
    VIKING ORBITER. Hand mosaic of Mars, c.1979,
    Sold for US$ 10,000 inc. premium

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