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Robert Pearlman
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Regency-Superior Galleries release
Regency-Superior will conduct a two-day Public Auction at their gallery in Beverly Hills, California on April 19th & 20th. This sale will have over 1,100 Space memorabilia lots ranging from early aviation to the Mercury Program through the ISS including autographed covers and documents, flown equipment, flown flags, and other important and rarely offered collectibles. Plus, a major model section (78 lots) including 12 different handmade rocket models dating from the late 1950s (these are truly amazing works that include part of the launch structures).

The Space sessions begin at 10am (Pacific Time) on both days with a live bidding floor at the Gallery with simulcast bidding on eBay Live Auctions.

Regency-Superior has material in this sale that is head and shoulders above other space auctions. Consignments are offered from astronauts Buzz Aldrin, Michael Collins and Jean-Loup Chretien; from the estates of astronauts Gordon Cooper, Deke Slayton and Ed White II; from esteemed collector Rooster Andrews as well as from the internationally known balloonist Don Piccard.

Some of the highlights that they, and others, have consigned are as follows:

(Lot 11) An actual flown Japanese "FUGO" balloon, used by Japan during WWII to bomb the United States. This balloon is one of the Army version balloons actually deployed. It is 10 meters in size, weighs 152 pounds, and has a volume of 19,000 cubic feet. Hydrogen gas was used as the lifting agent. These balloons traveled at an altitude of about 30,000 feet, and used the jet stream to travel up to 300 miles per hour for propulsion. This balloon offered is the fourth known example of a war-flown balloon, and is the only one known to be in private hands. It is in excellent condition with minor faults, and includes the curtain and suspension cord. It does not include the bomb payload device, and is presently folded and stored in a sealed fiber drum with Dowcide anti-fungal toxic crystals.

(Lot 15) A 1934 cover flown on the Piccard Stratospheric Flight in which Jeanette Piccard (consignor's mother) attempted to fly high enough to become the "First Woman in Space". This cover is signed by Jeanette and her husband Jean, and addressed to her son, Don Piccard. This is cover #4 — covers #1-3 were given to other family members, and have never come on the market. Pristine condition.

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(Lot 219) Gordon Cooper's "Command Astronaut" Wings, presented to him by USAF Gen. Curtis LeMay in 1963. A Cooper handwritten and signed certificate of authenticity is included.

(Lot 309) The Congressional Space Medal of Honor presented to Ed White III in 1997 in his father's name for making America's first EVA and for Apollo 1. It is complete in a blue & white presentation case, along with the complete set of large and small medals and lapel ribbons. The medal is inscribed 'Congressional Space Medal Presented to Edward H. White II 12/17/97'. This is the first time one of these medals has come on the market. Proceeds from the sale of this medal will be used to fund the Ed White II Scholarship Fund for scholarships awarded in Aeronautics and Astronautics to qualified students around the country.

Several flown U.S. flags from various Apollo flights, including (Lot 380) a 1969 flag attached to a NASA presentation sheet (professionally matted and framed) that reads: 'This flag traveled to the Moon with Apollo 11, the First Manned Lunar Landing, July 20, 1969 / Apollo 11 / July 16-24, 1969 / Armstrong-Collins-Aldrin'. The presentation sheet is hand-signed and inscribed: 'To Rooster, with sincere best wishes from Apollo 11 — Neil Armstrong, Michael Collins, Buzz Aldrin'. The signatures are boldly signed and lightly oxidized, but clear and legible.

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(Lot 419) The prototype United States Lunar Flag, identical to that left on the lunar surface by the Apollo 11 crew, was the first prototype of the U.S. flag developed by Johnson Spaceflight Center Technical Services for Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin to plant on the lunar surface. It consists of a gold-anodized, two-part pole (96") with a fold out nylon flag mearsuring 59"x35". A fold-out gold-anodized horizontal bar across the top of the flag holds the unfurled flag when opened. As far as we know, this is one of only two examples of NASA lunar flags on earth.

(Lot 747) A complete set of flown NASA Shuttle silverware used by astronaut Jean-Loup Chretien. It is a place setting of four pieces including knife, soup, teaspoon, and fork. Each piece is engraved 'SHUTTLE' on the handle and has an orange dot on the end. Included is the original baggie that contained this silverware, marked with a NASA label that reads 'UTILITY KIT ASSY / P/N SED48100152-305'. Pristine condition, and almost never available.

(Lot 915) A flown Russian spacesuit used by cosmonaut Vinogradov to and from his flight to MIR. This full pressure suit is complete with gloves (each marked with cosmonauts initials, VPV), as well as the internal pressure lining, hoses, etc., plus a felt cover for the helmet. There is a Russian Federation flag patch on the shoulder, and a 'PK' (Russian Cosmonauts) patch — the Russian equivalent of NASA on the chest.

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(exa Lot 1016) Three original Alan Bean large pencil sketches for actual completed paintings, plus several limited edition multi-colored lithographs all pencil-numbered and signed by the astronaut-artist.

(Lot 1050) c1960 NASA Saturn V model measuring 46" in height comes in six parts with a small man standing beneath the rocket as a size reference. It is mounted upright on an 8-1/2" square wooden base with a descriptive label affixed that reads 'George C. Marshall Space Flight Center, Graphic Engineering and Models Branch/Saturn V'.

(Lot 379) 1969 flown 'Moon Landing USA' cancellation from the astronaut Buzz Aldrins collection. The crew of Apollo 11 carried a cancellation device, a die proof of 10c Moon Landing stamp, and an envelope to be cancelled on the lunar surface. These were carried by Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin to the lunar surface, but due to lack of time, the cancelling process was done en route back to earth in the Command Module on July 22. The piece we are offering is the "Aldrin" 1/3 page of that flight plan. The cancellation which reads 'July 20' is on a partial flight plan page that is in a clear plastic wrap that is original with slight shrinkage. Also included is the envelope in which this document has been stored for the past 30-odd years. The envelope has been notated in Buzz Aldrin's hand: 'Apollo 11, 1/3 CSM Flt Plan, page 3-70a, cancelled with Moon landing stamp while in flt'.

There is material in the sale for all budgets and interests. The auction will be held at Regency-Superior's gallery in Beverly Hills, 9478 W. Olympic Blvd, Suite 200 2nd Floor beginning at 10am (Pacific Time). Viewing of the auction lots is available in Beverly Hills from April 16th through April 20th.

The entire auction will be available online for viewing and bidding at RegencySuperior.com, and includes full lot descriptions, estimates, color photographs and opening bids. Bidding is also available through eBay live auctions.

To receive a complimentary auction catalog, please call Regency-Superior at (800) 782-0066; Fax (314) 361-5677; or write to Regency-Superior, 229 N. Euclid Avenue, St. Louis, MO 63108.

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Regency-Superior's catalog is now online.

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Some manuals but no photos! Maybe at Aurora.

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posted 03-12-2007 08:56 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for Greggy_D   Click Here to Email Greggy_D     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
Gordon Cooper's wings are actually "Senior Pilot" Astronaut wings. Command Pilot wings have the additional wreath above the star and shield.

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Many thanks for catching that "goof". I am sure that there will probably be others. All corrections will be posted on the RS web site and announced during the sale.
That's what I get for getting excited when I write a lot.
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Lot 196 is described as being from Grissom's "nomadic" life as a test pilot, but is in fact from very late in his astronaut career...a mere 23 days before his passing.

Lot 266 appears to be autopens for all three signatues.

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Regarding Ed White's Congressional Space Medal of Honor... Is it because it is a "Space" Medal of Honor which makes it legal to sell? United States Code Title 18 Section 704 states "(a) In General.--Whoever knowingly wears, manufactures, or sells any decoration or medal authorized by Congress for the armed forces of the United States, or any of the service medals or badges awarded to the members of such forces, or the ribbon, button, or rosette of any such badge, decoration or medal, or any colorable imitation thereof, except when authorized under regulations made pursuant to law, shall be fined under this title or imprisoned not more than six months, or both."

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Since the medal is not issued under USC Title 10 it does not meet this criteria... (it was enacted as part of Title 42 Chapter 26/Section 2461 as a Civilian medal).

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Of course most items are labeled Rare & seldom available

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posted 03-17-2007 11:44 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for connoisseur   Click Here to Email connoisseur     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
The Regency-Superior catalogs were shipped on Thursday 3/14 from St. Louis. They should be arriving in collector's hands today and Monday, more than a MONTH before the sale. Let me hear when YOU received your catalog so I can track delivery times. If we note a slow delivery in one part of the country or the other, or overseas, perhaps we can send the next catalog to that region ahead of the others to make up for any delays.

We'd also like to hear what you think of the new catalog "look" also.

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Received mine today (Monday 26) in Australia. The catalog looks great and has some nice lots. As well as those mentioned above there are a several classic covers for the Recovery Ship collector: a MR-3 USS Lake Champlain cover ($2500-$3500), a MR-4 USS Randolph cover with the scarcer of the hand cancels ($2500-$3500), MA-4 USS Decatur signed by the captain ($1500-$2000), MA-6 USS Randolph captain's cover ($500-$750) and two MA-7 USS Intrepid captain's covers ($250-$350 and $350-$500), plus other less expensive PRS covers. I also noted a number of Apollo insurance covers for Apollo 12 ($1000-$1500), Apollo 14 ($500-$750), Apollo 15 ($500-$750) and Apollo 16 ($1500-$2000). In most cases several are available.

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posted 03-26-2007 10:12 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for spaceflori   Click Here to Email spaceflori     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
Catalog arrived here as well!

WOW - the quality of the catalog printing and photographs is as good as the material offered. Clearly structured, incredible color photographs - a must reference work for everyone (even those not bidding). Congrats to Mike and Alan and the RS team!

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A few comments:
  • Lot 398: I am certain is an early (late 1990s - early 2000s) German Apollo 11 forgery.

  • Lot 400: is an example of the recently discussed forgeries/secretarials reportedly received through-the-mail from NASA in the early 1970s.

  • Lot 414: has so many serious problems that I very much doubt that it is authentic.

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quote:
Originally posted by Ross:
I also noted a number of Apollo insurance covers for Apollo 12 ($1000-$1500), Apollo 14 ($500-$750), Apollo 15 ($500-$750) and Apollo 16 ($1500-$2000). In most cases several are available.
Yes, a good selection of Apollo Insurance covers, but be careful of lot #575, as it's almost certainly signed by the Apollo 16 crew after the mission (Young probably at a NS signing) and shouldn't be advertized as an actual Insurance cover, but it's still a nice Apollo 16 crew signed cover (could be referred to as an Apollo 16 Insurance-type cover). Lot #545 is a nice example of a less common Apollo 15 type #1 Insurance cover. And the nice Apollo 12 Insurance cover IMO is over-valued at $1,000-1,500, as they are among the more often-seen Apollo Insurance covers. IMO, the other Apollo Insurance covers' estimated values are about right, with the Apollo 16 EV maybe a little high.

I agree with Scott on lots 398, 400 and 414 being highly suspect. And also lot# 577 has very suspect Young and Mattingly signatures.

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quote:
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Lot 414: has so many serious problems that I very much doubt that it is authentic.
Wow... that one looks like it was drawn out slowly! And the two-stroke "N" is peculiar indeed.

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posted 03-29-2007 04:34 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for gliderpilotuk   Click Here to Email gliderpilotuk     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
Still awaiting the catalogue...

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There are many great items. However, lots 893, 896, and 901 are not flown.

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Come on! A piece of copper, Elvis' soap and Pepsi cup, Lindbergh's hair - do people really buy this stuff, even it is true - how do you really authentic this stuff - maybe PT Barnum was right

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Easy... if it makes bubbles, it's probably soap.

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Remember: There are guys paying thousands of dollars for a small flag just because another guy says he took it to the moon a few decades ago.

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posted 04-03-2007 06:48 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for benguttery   Click Here to Email benguttery     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
Catalog arrived in Cowtown today.

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I received my catalog in Hagerstown, MD on Monday, April 2nd.

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A little help, please, regarding Lot #320 ("1967 Sterling Silver Robbins Medallion") and Lot #628 ("1967 Apollo Gold Plated Robbins Medallion"). They are highly collectible, but I am unable to find examples of them as Robbins products in any reference books. Might they be from some other manufacturer?

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I believe they are Fliteline medals, produced by the same company that made the series of Gemini flown medals.

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Lot 357 - Apollo 8 VIP card. Apollo 8 is the only VIP card I don't have in my collection. The photo for this lot shows the card to be longer horizontally than the other missions' VIP cards (almost looks like the size of a #10 envelope). It also shows a printed image of a Saturn 5 on the reverse (unlike other missions' VIP cards). And it has the crew patch for a cachet. Yorio's book on KSC Officials shows a more "normal" looking Apollo 8 VIP card that truly resembles the KSCPS cachet. Is Lot 357 a legit Apollo 8 VIP card or some kind of knockoff?

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quote:
Originally posted by Robert Pearlman:
I believe they are Fliteline medals, produced by the same company that made the series of Gemini flown medals.
Me Culpa. Thanks to you and Robert for catching/correcting this mistake. It will be corrected in the Addenda and on eBay Live. That's what happens when I rush and don't think. I guess it is an occupations hazard.

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quote:
Originally posted by micropooz:
Is Lot 357 a legit Apollo 8 VIP card or some kind of knockoff?
I have no reason to question the authenticity of this card. Mrs. Piccard was at the launch and sent the card to her son who has held it all these years. The color of the card is in keeping with other cards and the cancels are correct. Perhaps it was a special issue distributed only to insiders (ie. even rarer than the "normal" VIP card). Just speculation, but I have no doubt as to the authenticity of the lot.

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posted 04-15-2007 10:33 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for gliderpilotuk   Click Here to Email gliderpilotuk     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
  • Lot 484 flown Ap13 flag - Haise and Swigert autopens
  • Lot 490 - Swigert autopen
  • Lot 600 - Evans autopen?

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I humbly ask what you all think of these lots?
  • Lot 486 - Stated to contain Mattingly but pictures Swigert. Should I assume it is as pictured with Swigert? Plus the Swigert has an interesting flourish which a fellow collector says he has seen before. It seems fine to me, just different.

  • Lot 488 - This Swigert has the same interesting flourish etc. as the Lot 486.

  • Lot 520 - I am interested in comments on the Shepard in this lot.
Overall I find this auction quite provocative in many different areas of my interests.

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posted 04-16-2007 04:34 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for gliderpilotuk   Click Here to Email gliderpilotuk     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
  • Lot 486/488 are okay, in my opinion.
  • Lot 520 - Need a close up to check this isn't one of his "odd" signatures, but on the basis of this picture I wouldn't touch it.
  • Lot 190 - Shepard silver spacesuit is not in his hand - could be a secretarial.
It's a pity these rogues, plus the autopens and "atypical" Armstrongs detract from some of the other great stuff in the auction.

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Originally posted by gliderpilotuk:
Lot 490 - Swigert autopen

In the catalog at least, it is noted an Autopen.

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posted 04-16-2007 08:57 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for gliderpilotuk   Click Here to Email gliderpilotuk     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
Ahh, but I don't have a catalogue thanks to USPS/Royal Mail!

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Catalog arrived today in Vancouver Canada.

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I would love to get some advice for lot 532: 1971 Alan Shepard Autograph, does it look ok to you? Thanks a lot.

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I was reminded that the auction is on Thursday and Friday - NOT and Saturday and Sunday as I originally assumed. Imagaine my surprise if I logged on Saturday morning ready to bid.

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I usually receive a catalogue for the Regency Auctions in plenty of time to decide what to bid on but here in the UK I seem to have also slipped off the list to receive one.

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I am off the list as well. I used to get the mailings about the upcoming auctions. I am not sure what happened.

I do still get the email updates. Maybe that is what they are relying on now.


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