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posted 01-22-2008 01:05 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for robert barrett   Click Here to Email robert barrett     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
I believe RR Auction has sold two of the Lindberg prints in the last six months. Maybe Scott Cornish could tell you the details.

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Thank you for the heads up on the RR auctions. As I am still fairly new to collecting I was unaware of all the various auction houses that deal in space collectibles, until I came across the collectSPACE web site. I will keep a closer watch out for this print on the other auction sites. Thanks again for the heads up. If anyone else has different information I would appreciate it.

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Alright everyone I have finally gotten my Apollo: Navy to the Moon print. What an amazing piece. I was fortunate to acquire mine before the Novaspace auction and so I was able to get it for a fraction of the cost. After adding this piece I am down to only two major pieces that I am looking for:
  • Lindbergh Arrives Over Paris
  • Great Moments in Aviation History
I do have a couple of prints that I will be listing soon, hopefully on Astro-Auction but maybe eBay. I will keep everyone updated as to when I'm going to post the items and exactly what they are. As of right now I know that I will have one of the "Houston We Have a Problem" prints available as well as a few signed aviation pieces and possibly a couple of other space prints. If anyone is interested and you want to make me an offer on something before I list it, please feel free to email me. Also I am still trying to gather information on how to get some additional signatures on my "Reaching for the Stars" and "In the Beginning" prints. If you have recommendations on the best way to do this please let me know. Thank you all again for your input.

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posted 02-14-2008 09:09 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for Scott   Click Here to Email Scott     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
A 1982 "Great Moments in Aviation History" litho in very fine condition will be in the next R&R Auction, which begins February 25th.

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posted 02-15-2008 12:59 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for Wings4Flight   Click Here to Email Wings4Flight     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
Scott, thanks so much for the heads up. Where did you find the information about what is going to be in the upcoming auction? All I could find is the results from the one that just ended.

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Thanks for your interest. To answer your question, I know what will be in an upcoming R&R Space Auction because I authenticate for their Space section and so I see the consignments. Of course, I obtain R&R's permission before mentioning any items publicly.

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Well that sold for a little more than I expected. By the time you add in the buyers premium it was nearly $4000. Needless to say that was a little more than I hoped to spend so I unfortunately did not win. If you hear of another one coming up for sale or if you know of a "Lindbergh Arrives Over Paris" please let me know. Thanks again.

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posted 03-14-2008 06:23 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for Scott   Click Here to Email Scott     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
You're welcome!

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posted 08-20-2008 07:05 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for Wings4Flight   Click Here to Email Wings4Flight     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
Just an update on my collection I recently added three signatures to my "Reaching for the Stars" print,
  • Dave Scott
  • Frank Borman
  • Michael Collins
I have also finally acquired the 1982 "Great Moments in Aviation History", Gathering of Eagles print. This amazing piece completes my GOE collection, and adds another beautiful commercially signed Armstrong print to my collection.

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posted 09-01-2008 09:53 AM     Click Here to See the Profile for sixturners   Click Here to Email sixturners     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
I also have "Reaching for the Stars" and am interested how you added the extra signatures to you print? Did you take the print to a signing where the astronauts were to get their signature? Did they just sign the print for free or did you have to pay. As this print is already one with the most signatures it is the best choice for having signatures added. I am sure you had them sign with black sharpie, but I always wondered if maybe the original signatures had a coating or glaze over the signature? Thanks for any info on your experience.

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Thank you for your comments. I had the three above mentioned signatures added through signing events at the Novaspace galleries. I did have to pay for each signature and I also had to cover the cost of shipping it both ways with insurance which was not cheap. My signatures are all in blue sharpie and yes the new signatures were signed to match. I also plan on doing this at the upcoming show. I really wish that I could have had my "Reaching for the Stars", and my "In the Beginning" prints at Novaspace for the upcoming John Young signing but I couldn't afford the $495 signing fee for each print. Good luck to you adding to your piece. Maybe we'll catch up at the show. If there is anything I can help you with or any other questions I can answer, don't hesitate to ask.

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I'm brand new to the autograph thing, and I will be going to the show at KSC in November. I own an Alan Bean print ('Moon Rovers') that I'm planning to get signed by Dave Scott at the show. The pic is of Irwin taking a photo of Scott riding the rover, and you can see Scott in the reflection of Irwin's helmet. The print also has white space at the bottom where Bean's description of the scene is printed.

I'm just curious about where / how others would get something like this signed. Do I just give Scott the option of signing anywhere, or will he look to me for direction on where to sign it? If its the later - where is the appropriate place for a signature on something like this?

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posted 09-10-2008 05:13 PM     Click Here to See the Profile for mjanovec   Click Here to Email mjanovec     Edit/Delete Message   Reply w/Quote
Welcome aboard Jeff!

Scott will most likely look to you for direction on where you want it signed...so you should have a good idea in advance. It's possible Scott has signed this print before, so he may some ideas on where his signature would look best. If in doubt, ask for his input.

If it were me, I would likely have the print signed in the white area at the bottom where the description is...assuming there is enough room to comfortably fit the signature and make it display well (when framed). That way you're not detracting from the viewing of the artwork itself. If there isn't enough room in the white area (or you are framing over the borders), then the next best option might be a metallic paint pen signature in the "sky" area.

In the end, it's a personal decision that you must make...depending on what you think looks best.

One last bit of advice...if you do get it signed in the sky area with a metallic paint pen, buy a couple different types of pens from your neighborhood art supply store in advance and try them out to see what kind of results they give (line thickness, appearance of the ink, etc.). Novaspace has steered me towards using Sharpie brand oil-based paint pens (not to be confused with silver-colored Sharpie markers)...which seem to give a really nice line...though can be a little tricky to use. Once the ink is on the print, it is mostly likely going to permanent, so proceed with some caution.

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Jeff I would second what has already been said about having the your print signed. The only thing that I would say is you might want to consider having him sign in pencil instead. I say this for a few reasons; but mainly because it does not fade over time like most pens and sharpies will, it is also less likely to smear while being signed, and in my opinion it looks much cleaner. Now I will say that I'm not familiar with the type of paper that your litho is printed on but if it has any kind of a gloss on it then pencil might not work. Also I'm not sure how you have it displayed/stored right now but I would not recommend bringing it to the show in a frame. Your not going to want to deal with transporting it that way and taking the frame apart to get the print out. Likewise if it is rolled in a tube unrolling it and trying to keep it flat while being signed can prove to be a hassle. Instead I would recommend that you take the print and place it between two pieces of white poster board. If it was previously rolled place a few books on it for a few weeks to help flatten it out. You can tape up the poster board and transport it right in it, that way it's protected and flat. Any way, I hope that this helps. Please let me know if there is anything else that I can possibly help you with. Otherwise I hope to see you at the show.

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Thanks to both of you for the advice. I'm now leaning towards having him sign in the white border. Bean has signed & numbered with a pen on the edge of the actual print. It would be an option to have Scott sign just below that, in the white border. I can easily change the matting to fit around his signature. I wish I could see examples of others that have done this, but am having no luck finding them.

I'm not sure about what to have him use to sign. The print is described as "paper lithograph" and I guess you could say it has a certain gloss to it. However, I have similar lithographs signed by the artist with pencil, so I think it may work. It is also a compelling option to have him sign with the same type of pen used by Bean - but I have no idea what that was!

As for the transportation Aaron - you bring up some good points I had not considered. Although this print was never rolled, it was my plan to put it in a tube just for the practicality of bringing it on a plane with me. It is 20X30", so I don't think I'd be able to carry it on when flattened out, and I'm not willing to check it. With that in mind - do you think the tube is my best bet? I could always attempt to flatten it at the hotel and bring it to the show in cardboard as you described. I kind of hate to roll it up, but I'm just not sure how else to transport it.

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Jeff, I didn't realize that the print was already signed. That being the case if it was me I would definitely try to match the pen originally used. As to the transporting issue I think that you are on the right track with gently rolling it in a tube for the plane ride and then flattening it out at the hotel. I'm sure that you can find a Walmart near the hotel where you can pick up some foam board. Good luck again with everything. Hope to see you at the show.

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One trick I use with rolled-up maps that I work with on a daily basis is to roll the map with the image on the outside, not the inside. That way when you unroll it, the map will lay on the table relatively flat and won't roll itself up.

If doing that with an art print, however, you would want to make sure that you use a sheet of acid free paper or something similar (like a plastic sleeve) to protect the print from being damaged in the cardboard tube you transport it in.

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Thanks for the transit tips from both of you. Rolling the print the other way and later putting it between some poster board sounds like a great plan. Now I just need to see how much the airline is going to charge me to carry this on!

As for the sig Aaron, it does make sense to me to go for the same type of pen, but I could also see going with something different in this case. I say that because Bean signed as the artist, and wasn't part of this crew. Dave, on the other hand, would be signing because he is one of the astronauts depicted. That seperation makes it seem to me that the Scott signature should/could differentiate from Bean. But, I'm just sort of guessing about what would look right

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So I just got back home from my visit to the ASF event held at the KSC and Wow what an incredible trip. As I previously mentioned in this post I took two of my Alan Bean prints with me to have signatures added to them. I was able to add the following signatures to each piece:
    "Reaching for the Stars"

  • Gene Cernan
  • Joe Kerwin
  • Vance Brand

    "In the Beginning"

  • Gene Cernan
I also started my Mike Machat piece "The Golden Age of Flight Test" inspired by a couple other CSers with the same print. My first two signatures added to it were:
  • Charlie Bolden
  • Hank Hartsfield
Both had wonderful test pilot experiences that they shared with me and of course Hank Hartsfield is an Auburn University Alumni and it is always a pleasure meeting another "War Eagle".

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As an update - I also went to the ASF event and got my Alan Bean print signed. Mine was "Moon Rovers" which depicts Dave Scott on a rover in the reflection of Irwin's visor.

I was able to get it signed by Scott and Worden, who was the CMP on the mission. They were both exited to see it (Dave Scott was not even aware of the piece to my surprise). I ended up having them sign in black marker on opposite sides of the story written just beneath the print. End result was great!

I did have some issues with the transportation plans. I brought it on the plane in a tube, and flattened it out at the hotel per the advice above. I planned to pick up a couple pieces of large posterboard at Walmart, but unfortunately the stuff I got was too small to cover the print. So, I ended up bringing it back in the tube. This actually worked out OK, since I had rolled it with the print-side out per your advice. The only small issue was that I had some trouble re-rolling at Worden's table...then he did it for me..quite quickly End result was a couple small wrinkles at the bottom, outside of the print area. No real big deal, and actually its a neat story to tell if anyone notices it!

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I'm glad to hear that you enjoyed the show and were able to get your print signed. I know what you mean about have a difficult time with transportation though, one of my print is a big canvas print that can't be rolled and the other I left attached to the mat board to help protect it. I ended up wrapping them both in bubble wrap and then sandwiching them between two big pieces of cardboard. I also brought a small print that I carried in a rolled tube. Because it wasn't to large I was able to take it out of the tube while at the table waiting for the astronaut to sign and then immediately after put it back in the tube. I'm hoping to get some pictures of my collection up soon, and would love to see some of yours from the show.

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I was at the ASF show and purchased a print I saw at the KSC Shop. The print is by artist Atilla Hejja of Blair Studios called "Cape Winds". I liked the mans work and I wish to get the other two prints available by this artist. He signed the bottom in pencil. Sadly I heard Hejja died in 2007.

I had Vance Brand, Charlie Bolden, Fred Gregory and Jack Lousma sign. Jack Lousma was really impressed with the print. I hope to bring it to next years show and get some of the other shuttle guys to sign it.

I am new the print collecting so this was a first for me.

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Congratulations on the new print. I have eyed that one myself and considered doing the same thing by having the shuttle astronauts sign it. Let me know if there is anything that I can do to help you.

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I appreciate the offer to help. This is my first space print and was really excited to have it signed both those four astronauts who were also really great to talk with. Aside from Alan Beans prints and a few others discussed on this web are their any other prints either well known or otherwise that may be of interest? I really like one of the other Hejja prints "Lightship" which I may also purchase. But any advise is appreciated.

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If you like the print, its within your budget, you have the space to display it and your wife (or husband) allows it up on the wall - go for it.

I have that print and it looks nice up on the wall.

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I am new to the space collecting hobby. My wife has been great. At the ASF show she basically said "Go nuts" which I did and she has now relented to allow the spare bedroom to put up my growing collection. We had a great time at the ASF show and were considering the Spacefest show, but due to work I will not be able to to attend. She has agreed however to do next years ASF so I cannot ask for more than that.

I like Atilla Hejja's work. Very sad that he passed away.

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It has been a little while since I posted but I wanted to add an update to my collection as I recently acquired a 1982 "Great Moments in Aviation History" the first GOE print which is signed by Neil Armstrong. I am still looking for "Lindbergh Arrives Over Paris", to date I have only seen one for sale and I was too late to get my bid in. If anyone has info on where to find one I would appreciate it. I would also like to mention that I have a framed 1983 "Great Moments in Aviation History" for sale. If anyone is interested please just email me an offer. It is an incredible piece and over half of the people that signed have since passed away.

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This is probably old hat to you folks but a pretty big deal for me as its the first space related signed print I've gotten. It's an artist proof of Robert Rasmussen's Naval Aviation in Space. I was lucky enough to find one recently and decided to go for it as an early 50th birthday present to myself.

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Congratulations on your "Naval Aviation in Space" print. It is a beautiful piece. I'm sure it was a well deserved birthday present.

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Many thanks. I look forward to adding Alan Bean's In the Beginning if I can get it at the right price; Hammer and Feather and hopefully some print signed by John Young.

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Very nice! Welcome to the 50's Club!!

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Nice to know there are some other members of the 50's club around here.

One of the first movies that got me into all things space was Forbidden Planet. Seeing as its a slow day, I thought I'd post a pic of a display of some autographs from the film I finally managed to put together after several years of hunting them down. Took me a while and I hope you all like...

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Can anyone Identify the artist and title of this print?


The painting is called "One Man's Lifetime" is was painted by my stepfather, Roland O. Powell in Houston, TX. in 1974.
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I think that the print is titled: "One Man's Lifetime" and was painted by Roland O. Powell. If anyone can verify this information and or point me to other images, or places to purchase, I would appreciate it.
You are correct. The painting IS entitled "One Man's Lifetime" and was painted by my stepfather, Roland O. Powell in Houston, TX. 1974. We were just having coffee this morning and talking about it. He does have a negative print of it and is willing to have color copies made. If anyone is interested, he has asked that I be contacted in regards. My email address is pilgrimmt@iname.com.

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I just got my first Alan Bean print, Moon Rovers, back from the framers. Since the piece focuses on Jim Irwin I also had a cut signature card incorporated into the presentation.

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Wasn't aware of this 'til now, but apparently Buzz has signed some space-related art.
On November 11, 2010, Veteran's Day, Romero Britto and Buzz Aldrin will launch a new endeavor at POP International Galleries in Soho, New York at an invitation-only gallery opening. The National hero, astronaut, and visionary Buzz Aldrin, served as inspiration for Pop Artist Romero Britto to create a series of original art on canvas that reflects on the achievements of NASA, and the global future of space exploration. This group of artwork is intended to bring awareness to the importance of a sustained mission to reach for new frontiers while also bringing support for an organization close to both Britto and Aldrin's hearts, the USO.

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Wasn't aware of this 'til now...
Need to remember to read our front page, in addition to our forums.

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raingod7, I am VERY interested in obtaining one of the color prints of One Man's Lifetime for my boyfriend. I've sent you an email about this but thought I would post here too, in case you don't check email often. Please reply to my email.

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For your enjoyment...

I finally got a chance to put together a display I'd had in mind for a long time, consisting of Topps Moonshot signed cards, Panini Century Collection autograph cards and sterling silver emblems of the Apollo, Skylab and Apollo/Soyuz programs.

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Just acquired another of the 12 moonwalkers courtesy of Novaspace, "John Young Leaps Into History" signed artist proof print.

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Finally got my eleventh of the twelve moonwalkers, Harrison Schmitt, thanks to Novaspace. Just need Alan Bean's Hammer and Feather print with Dave Scott's signature and my moonwalkers collection will be complete.


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