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Aurora Galleries' sixth space and aviation memorabilia auction began October 2, 2004 at 10:00am PT for two days at their offices in Bell Canyon, California.

Auction results
collectSPACE recorded the hammer prices during both sessions of the auction. The results are posted below:

Session One (Oct 2) | Session Two (Oct 3)

Auction catalog
The following links point to the catalog on LiveAuctioneers.com.

Session One
Saturday, October 2, 2004
10:00am PT/1:00pm ET
Lots 1 through 573


Astronomy
Balloons
Satellites
Rockets/Missiles
Mercury
Gemini
Apollo
Skylab
ASTP
  Session Two
Sunday, October 3, 2004
10:00am PT/1:00pm ET
Lots 574 through 1250


Shuttle Program
Mars
Art
Autographs
Aviation
Dyna-Soar
Airships
Science Fiction
Militaria
Models
Photographs
Literature
Miscellaneous
Soviet/Russian


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Auction highlights (as chosen by Aurora Galleries):

Photo autographed by the Mercury 7, ex. the Michael Collins collection (Lot 54)

Airsickness bag from the soon to be retired Vomit Comet, as well as an assortment of photographs of astronauts in training aboard the aircraft (Lots 156 & 157)

Apollo spacesuit components (Lots 163 - 165)

Complete set of Apollo 11 - 17 beta cloth name patches (Lot 166)

Photo signed by the Apollo 1 crew the day before the fire (Lot 255)

Flags carried to the Moon aboard Apollo 11 (Lots 319-322)

Apollo 15 cuff checklist used on the lunar surface (Lot 464A)

Collection of notes, memos and letters by Wernher von Braun (Lots 772 - 826A)

Dyna-Soar Program memorabilia (Lots 855 - 861)

First editions of Jules Verne's "Around the World in 80 Days" (Lots 932 & 933)

Collection of D-Day TOP SECRET documents, including the "Operation Neptune" sea assault battle plan ( Lots 940 - 956)

Konstantin Tsiolkovsky illustrated original manuscripts (Lots 1058 - 1061)