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From: Port Washington, NY
Registered: Jan 2005

posted 12-16-2012 11:45 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for mikelarson   Click Here to Email mikelarson     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
I am looking to purchase a couple of Apollo 13 images. Prefer vintage NASA lithos or red numbered glosses. Specific wants are an original glossy of the damaged SM in space, and anything else that is out of the ordinary (unique images). If you have anything available please send me an email.

Best regards and happy holidays, Mike


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From: Houston, Tx
Registered: Aug 2002

posted 12-16-2012 09:14 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for Mercurypgm   Click Here to Email Mercurypgm     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
You can contact Florian Noller in Germany. He is a good friend and I sold him a bunch of nice Apollo 13 "S" numbered glossies about three months ago. He bought them in bulk from me as I figured I would never get them signed and didn't want to spend the time to list them individually on eBay (I don't go there), sell them through Regency-Superior or post them on cS.

Since I don't collect unsigned pics, though I have thousands thanks to the JSC (about 20 years ago) who no longer wanted 40 boxes of images as they were just cluttering up the place! I was glad to take them off their hands and that is why I have so many "uniquely signed pics" after paying numerous astronauts to sign them when prices were reasonable (i.e. the Conrads I am offering).

Anyway, I simply kept 10 Apollo 13's for myself (just in case I ever need them to get signed at an event). I do still have about 50 Apollo 13's but they are mostly pics of the Moon from a distance. The Moon is less than the size of a quarter... Not what you are looking I'm sure, but Florian should have some nice ones unless he has sold them. Just tell him Richard Stonely referred you. Hope that helps...

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