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20 JULY 2019 | SPEAXCPELORATION NEW YORK FRONT COVER LOT 144 BACK COVER LOT 137 THIS PAGE LOT 2 SPACE EXPLORATION THIS PAGE LOT 81 SPACE EXPLORATION AUCTION IN NEW YORK 20 JULY 2019 SALE N10096 11:00 AM SESSION ONE: 11:00 AM SESSION TWO: 2:00 PM ALL EXHIBITIONS FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC THE EXHIBITION WILL BE THE 13-19 OF JULY Saturday 13 July 10 am-5 pm Sunday 14 July 1 pm-5 pm Monday 15 July 10 am-5 pm Tuesday 16 July 10 am-5 pm Wednesday 17 July 10 am-5 pm Thursday 18 July 10 am-5 pm Friday 19 July 10 am-5 pm 1334 York Avenue New York, NY 10021 +1 212 606 7000 sothebys.com FOLLOW US @SOTHEBYS #SOTHEBYSINSPACE PROPERTY OF VARIOUS OWNERS, INCLUDING PROPERTY DIRECTLY FROM THE PERSONAL COLLECTIONS OF: Apollo 9 Lunar Module Pilot Russell Schweickart Apollo 11 Lunar Module Pilot Buzz Aldrin Apollo 13 Mission Commander James Lovell Apollo 16 Mission Commander John Young, via his estate NASA Senior Photographer Bill “Two More” Taub, via his Estate THIS PAGE LOT 133 Specialists and Auction Enquiries For further information on lots in this auction please contact any of the specialists listed below. Cassandra Hatton Senior Specialist, CDR +1 212 606 7385 cassandra.hatton@sothebys.com Ella Hall Specialist, CMP +1 212 606 7385 ella.hall@sothebys.com Lucy Finn Sale Coordinator, FAO +1 212 606 7385 annelouise.inn@sothebys.com Selby Kifer Senior International Specialist, EECOM +1 212 606 7385 selby.kifer@sothebys.

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20 JULY 2019 |
SPEAXCPELORATION NEW YORK
RONT COVER OT 144
BACK COVER OT 137
THS PAGE OT 2
SPACE EXPLORATION
THS PAGE OT 81
SPACE EXPLORATION
AUCTION IN NEW YORK 20 JULY 2019 SALE N10096 11:00 AM
SESSION ONE: 11:00 AM SESSION TWO: 2:00 PM
ALL EXHIBITIONS FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC THE EXHIBITION WILL BE THE 13-19 OF JULY Sàturdày 13 July 10 àm5 pm
Sundày 14 July 1 pm5 pm
Mondày 15 July 10 àm5 pm
Tuesdày 16 July 10 àm5 pm
Wednesdày 17 July 10 àm5 pm
Thursdày 18 July 10 àm5 pm
rîdày 19 July 10 àm5 pm
1334 York Avenue New York, NY 10021 +1 212 606 7000 sothebys.com OLLOW US @SOTHEBYS #SOTHEBYSINSPACE
PROPERTY OF VARIOUS OWNERS, INCLUDING PROPERTY DIRECTLY FROM THE PERSONAL COLLECTIONS OF: Apoo 9 unar Modue Pot Ruŝŝe Sçhweçkart Apoo 11 unar Modue Pot Buzz Adrn Apoo 13 Mŝŝon Commander Jameŝ ove Apoo 16 Mŝŝon Commander John Young, va hŝ eŝtate NASA Senor Photographer B “Two More” Taub, va hŝ Eŝtate
THS PAGE OT 133
Specialists and Auction Enquiries or urther înormàtîon on lots în thîs àuctîon pleàse contàct àny o the specîàlîsts lîsted below.
Càssàndrà Hàtton Senior Specialist, CDR +1 212 606 7385 càssàndrà.hàtton@sothebys.com
Ellà Hàll Specialist, CMP +1 212 606 7385 ellà.hàll@sothebys.com
Lucy înn Sale Coordinator, FAO +1 212 606 7385 ànnelouîse.inn@sothebys.com
Selby Kîfer Senior International Specialist, EECOM +1 212 606 7385 selby.kîfer@sothebys.com
Dr. Kàlîkà Sànds Associate Specialist, LMP +1 212 606 7385 kàlîkà.sànds@sothebys.com
Clàudîà Ludwîg Administrator, CAPCOM +1 212 606 7385 clàudîà.ludwîg@sothebys.com
BOOKS DEPARTMENT Rîchàrd Austîn Head of Department rîchàrd.àustîn@sothebys.com
Selby Kîfer International Senior Specialist selby.kîfer@sothebys.com
Justîn Càldwell Senior Specialist justîn.càldwell@sothebys.com
Càssàndrà Hàtton Senior Specialist càssàndrà.hàtton@sothebys.com
Ellà Hàll Specialist ellà.hàll@sothebys.com
Dr. Kàlîkà Sànds Associate Specialistkàlîkà.sànds@sothebys.com
Lucy înn Sale Coordinatorànnelouîse.inn@sothebys.com
Clàudîà Ludwîg Administratorclàudîà.ludwîg@sothebys.com
+1 212 606 7385
SALE NUMBER N10096 “KUBRICK”
BIDS DEPARTMENT +1 212 606 7414 Fax +1 212 606 7016 bîds.newyork@sothebys.com
Telephone bîd requests should be receîved 24 hours prîor to the sàle. Thîs servîce îs ofered or lots wîth à low estîmàte o $5,000 ànd àbove.
SALE ADMINISTRATOR Clàudîà Ludwîg clàudîà.ludwîg@sothebys.com +212 606 7385 Fax +212 606 7038
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CATALOGUE PRICE $45 àt the gàllery
FOR SUBSCRIPTIONS CALL +1 212 606 7000 USA +44 (0)20 7293 5000 or UK & Europe
THS PAGE OT 3
Contents
3 AUCTION INORMATION
5 SPECIALISTS AND AUCTION ENQUIRIES
8 KEY DATES IN THE HISTORY O SPACE EXPLORATION
9 INTRODUCTION
10 BIOGRAPHIES
12 SESSION ONE: LOTS 1– 103 REPRESENTATIONS O THE LUNAR SURACE: LOTS 1-3 MODELS, SPACESUITS & HARDWARE: LOTS 4-40 PROJECT MERCURY: LOTS 41-53 GEMINI PROGRAM: LOTS 54-59 APOLLO PROGRAM: LOTS 60-71 APOLLO 1-10: LOTS 72-103
68 SESSION TWO: LOTS 104– 219 APOLLO 11: LOTS 104-152 APOLLO 12: LOTS 153-157 APOLLO 13: LOTS 158-179 APOLLO 14: LOTS 180-185 APOLLO 15: LOTS 186-191 APOLLO 16: LOTS 192-206 APOLLO 17: LOTS 207-212 ASTP, SKYLAB & STS: LOTS 213-219
148 HOW TO BID
149 CONDITIONS O SALE
150 TERMS O GUARANTEE ADDITIONAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS OR LIVE ONLINE BIDDING
151 BUYING AT AUCTION
153 SELLING AT AUCTION SOTHEBY’S SERVICES
154 INORMATION ON SALES AND USE TAX
155 INTERNATIONAL DEPARTMENTS
KEY DATES IN THE HISTORY OF SPACE EXPLORATION
BEGINNING OF THE SPACE RACE aunçh o the rŝt artça ŝatete, theSutî-1(Oçt. 1957)
FIRST HUMAN IN SPACE Vôstô-1(Apr 1961): Yur Gagarn†
FIRST WOMAN IN SPACE Vôstô-6(June 1963): Vaentna Tereŝhkova
FIRST SPACEWALK Vôsôd-2(Marçh 1965): Aexe eonov
FIRST MOONLANDING & MOONWALK Apoo 11 (Juy, 1969):Neil Armstrong† &Edwin “Buzz” Aldrin, Jr.
END OF THE SPACE RACE Aôô-Sôyuz Tést Pôjéçt-ASTP(Juy, 1975): Apoo Crew:CDR:Thomaŝ Staord;CMP:Vançe D. Brand;DMP:Donad “Deke” Sayton† Soyuz Crew:CDR:Aexe eonov;FE:Vaer Kubaŝov†
UNITED STATES MANNED MISSIONS & CREWS PROJECT MERCURY (The “Mercury Seven”) Merçury Redŝtone-3 (May, 1961):Pîôt:Aan Bartett Shepard Jr. † Merçury Redŝtone-4: (Juy, 1961):Pîôt:Vrg “Guŝ” Grŝŝom† Merçury Ataŝ-6 (eb. 1962):Pîôt:John Herŝçhe Genn Jr. † Merçury Ataŝ-7 (May, 1962):Oî. Pîôt:Deke Sayton†;Réàçéét Pîôt: Maçom “Sçott” Carpenter† Merçury Ataŝ-8: (Oçt. 1962):Pîôt:Water “Way” Sçhrra, Jr. † Merçury Ataŝ-9 (May, 1963):Pîôt:eroy Gordon “Gordo” Cooper, Jr. †
PROJECT GEMINI Gemn 3 (Apr 1964):CP:Vrg “Guŝ” Grŝŝom†;Pîôt:John YoungGemn V (June 1965):CP:Jameŝ MçDvtt;Pîôt:Ed Whte† Gemn V (Auguŝt 1965):CP:eroy Gordon “Gordo” Cooper, Jr.†;Pîôt: Charles “Pete” ConradGemn V (Deç. 1965):CP:rank Borman;Pîôt:Jameŝ ove Gemn V-A (Deç. 1965):CP:Water “Way” Sçhrra†;Pîôt: Thomaŝ Staord Gemn V (Marçh 1966):CP:Neil Armstrong†;Pîôt:David Scott Gemn X-A (June 1966):CP:Thomaŝ Staord;Pîôt:Eugene “Gene” CernanGemn X (Juy 1966):CP:John Young†;Pîôt:Mçhae Conŝ Gemn X (Sept. 1966):CP:Charles “Pete” Conrad†;Pîôt:Rçhard . Gordon, Jr.† Gemn X (Nov. 1966):CP:Jameŝ ove;Pîôt:Edwin “Buzz” Aldrin, Jr.
APOLLO PROGRAM Apoo 1 (Jan. 1967):CDR: Vrg “Guŝ” Grŝŝom†;S. Pîôt:Edward Whte†;Pîôt: Roger Chaee† Apoo 7 (Oçt. 1968):CDR: “Way” Sçhrra†;MP: “Wat” Cunnngham;CMP: Donn Eŝee† Apoo 8 (Deç. 1968):CDR: rank Borman;MP: Jameŝ ove;CMP: Wam Anderŝ Apoo 9 (Marçh 1969):CDR: Jameŝ MçDvtt;MP: “Ruŝty” Sçhweçkart;CMP:David Scott Apoo 10 (May 1969):CDR: Thomaŝ Staord;MP:Eugene “Gene” Cernan†;CMP:John Young†: Apoo 11 (Juy 1969):CDR:Neil Armstrong†;MP:Edwin “Buzz” Aldrin, Jr.;CMP: Mçhae Conŝ Apoo 12 (Nov. 1969):CDR:Charles “Pete” Conrad†;MP:Alan Bean†;CMP:Rçhard . Gordon † Apoo 13 (Apr 1970):CDR: Jameŝ ove;MP: red Haŝe;CMP: John “Jaçk” Swgert† Apoo 14 (eb. 1971):CDR:Alan Shepard†;MP:Edgar Mitchell†;CMP:Stuart Rooŝa† Apoo 15 (Juy 1971):CDR:David Scott;MP:James B. Irwin†;CMP: A Worden Apoo 16 (Apr 1972):CDR:John Young†;MP:Charles M Duke;CMP:Thomaŝ “Ken” Mattngy Apoo 17 (Deç. 1972):CDR:Eugene “Gene” Cernan†;MP: Harrison Schmitt;CMP: Ronad Evanŝ†
Moonwalkers in bold; †: Deçeaŝed;CP:Command Pot; CDR: Mŝŝon Commander;MP:unar Modue Pot;CMP: Command Modue Pot;DMP: Doçkng Modue Pot;FE:ght Engneer
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SOTHEBY’S
SPACE EXPORAT ON
COMMANDER’S INTRODUCTION CAS SA N D R A H AT TO N
We are very excited to be holding Sotheby’s third annual Space Exploration th sale, this year taking place on July 20 , th to commemorate the 50 anniversary o mankind’s first steps on the moon taken by Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin during Apollo 11. This first lunar landing is an event that nearly every person alive at the time recalls with great clarity, and we are thrilled to be ofering as our top lot the earliest, sharpest, and most accurate surviving video images o this momentous moment: original first-generation NASA videotape recordings o the Apollo 11 lunar EVA —unrestored, unenhanced, and un-remastered (lot 104). It is a sad reality that most events that unite mankind through our individual, but shared, human memories are tragedies. The successul lunar landing o Apollo 11 is perhaps the sole event that people around the globe recall with excitement and positivity—the cosmonauts in Star City were no less thrilled than the astronauts and engineers in Houston. And what we universally recall about that event is documented on these tapes—a glorious moment that united the people o earth in peace, as witnesses to mankind’s greatest achievement. We are very proud to be able to say that we are working directly with several o the astronauts who risked their lives in the pursuit o President John F. Kennedy’s ambitious and dramatic goal o “Landing a Man on the Moon and returning him saely to Earth”, including none other than Apollo 11 Lunar Module Pilot Buzz Aldrin, Apollo 9 Lunar Module Pilot Rusty Schweickart, Apollo 13 Mission Commander Jim Lovell, the Estate o Apollo 16 Mission Commander John Young, as well as rom the Estate o the man who documented it all so wonderully or us, NASA Senior Photographer Bill “Two More” Taub. Please see pages 10-11 or their biographical inormation, and a listing o their lots. Four o the items consigned directly by Aldrin come rom the FLOWNApollo
11 Flight PlanandData File,the manuals used by the crew to guide them on their great adventure. These include 3 o the most important documents o the entire mission beginning with the complete FLOWN 4-page “Mission Rules Summary” (lot 108). Truly one o the most crucial and potentially lie-saving documents on the entire spacecrat, it detailed the steps to be ollowed in the event o spacecrat malunction. This is ollowed by the very first page o the FLOWNFlight Plan(lot 109);beginning with the word “LIFTOFF”, it details the crucial activities to be perormed by the crew rom the launch through the first two hours o the mission. Next is the final page o the FLOWNFlight Plan(lot 110), which beings with the words “SPLASHDOWN” – this page marks the moment when the Crew o Apollo 11 made it home alive. Finally, the “Photographic Timeline” (lot 111) rom the FLOWNData File,beingdetailed instructions on camera configurations and film magazines to be used on the Mission. In an amazing alignment o the stars, the sale eatures three important artiacts that correspond directly with three o the above-mentioned FLOWN documents rom Aldrin; these artiacts, when paired with the corresponding FLOWN documents, provide us with a much deeper understanding o the objects and the mission itsel. These artiacts are lots 107 (paired with lot 111 ”Photographic Timeline”), an incredible assemblage o lunar surace artiacts that include the label rom Film “Mag S”, used to take the most important lunar surace EVA pictures (and accidentally dropped onto the lunar surace by Armstrong), and what is the first document to be ully handwritten on the lunar surace, written by Buzz Aldrin to explain the contents o the various film magazines used on the mission, including “Mag S”. The second is lot 105 (paired with lot 109, the “Litof” page), twenty o the Control Panels rom Firing Room 1 and Kennedy Space Center, which were used to launch Apollos 11, 8, 17 and
several others. The third is lot 106 (paired with lot 110), theBoost CoverReleaselabel salvaged rom the Apollo 11 Command Module “Columbia” ater Splashdown in the Pacific. The sale is ull o other wonderul items including the finest single owner collection o Flown Robbins Medallions ever assembled (lots 73, 75, 92, 98, 119, 153, 168, 170-171, 180-181, 186, 202-203, 207, and 213-219), many mission flown artiacts, and items such as early contractors and engineering models, spacesuits and glover, photography, original artwork and more, rom the Mercury, Gemini, and Apollo programs, plus Skylab, ASTP, and the Shuttle era, as well as a handul o items relating to the Russian Space Program, most notably, a very complete Sokol-KR spacesuit (lot 5). Finally, we cannot speak about the triumphs o the missions without acknowledging the lives that were lost in pursuit o the Moon- lot 72 is an important reminder o this, being the only portion o Roger Chafee’s spacesuit to not be destroyed in the Apollo 1 tragedy. AD ASTRA PER ASPERA. In 2012, President Obama signed into law an act [H.R. 4158] that grants US astronauts who participated in the Mercury, Gemini, or Apollo programs through the Apollo-Soyuz Test Project “ull ownership o and clear title to” artiacts that they received during participation in the space missions. It urther “prohibits the ederal government rom having any claim or right to ownership, control, or use o (1) any artiact in the possession o such an astronaut; or (2) any such artiact that was subsequently transerred, sold, or assigned to a third party by such an astronaut.” Thanks to this legislation, collectors are able to own important historic artiacts such as these, and it is our privilege to be able to ofer them or sale.
Cassandra Hatton VP, Senior Specialist, Books & Manuscripts/ Science & Space Exploration
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