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This list contains all types of covers for air and space events, such as space manned flights, space recoveries from ships, satellite launches, space anniversaries, special air flights and balloon events, etc.

Notes

  • All covers are the number 6 size unless otherwise noted.
  • All covers are unaddressed unless otherwise noted.
  • All covers are cacheted unless otherwise noted and a description is given so you know exactly what you are ordering.
  • Where stamp(s) used on the cover are significant such as being a space stamp or a flag stamp or related to the event or location, they will be described. Otherwise the stamp(s) used on the cover may be a definitive or an unrelated issue.
  • All autographs are genuine.
  • Covers are not listed in any particular order.
  • When ordering, it is IMPORTANT that you order by LIST ID AS WELL AS ITEM ID. Please use the ORDER FORM.

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Price List

LIST IDITEM IDPRICECANCEL DATECANCEL LOC
AIRSPC030370$10.0007/14/1967K
SURVEYOR 4 LAUNCH to the Moon, With scarce Kennedy Space Center Florida space pictorial machine cancel, on 5 cent flag stamp, with two color JJF (unidentified) rubber stamp cachet showing the Surveyor spacecraft, the earth from space and the rocket that launched Surveyor (this is a large private rubber stamp version of the official NASA Surveyor cachet), and with rubber stamp text: "Surveyor 4 will attempt to obtain more data about the Moon's surface with a scoop shovel & magnet ". (This launch cover is scarce with the Kennedy Space Center cancel). IMAGE

AIRSPC030370A$15.0007/14/1967K
SPECIAL COMBINATION SURVEYOR 4 LAUNCH cover, to the Moon, With scarce Kennedy Space Center Florida space pictorial machine cancel, on 5 cent John F. Kennedy stamp (#1246) plus a Paraguay G.0.20 stamp showing the Surveyor 1 space craft on the Moon, both stamps being tied to the cover by the Kennedy Space Center machine cancel!, with two color JJF (unidentified) rubber stamp cachet showing the Surveyor spacecraft, the earth from space and the rocket that launched Surveyor (this is a large private rubber stamp version of the official NASA Surveyor cachet), and with rubber stamp text: "Surveyor 4 will attempt to obtain more data about the Moon's surface with a scoop shovel & magnet ". (This launch cover is scarce with the Kennedy Space Center cancel).

AIRSPC030370B$4.0007/14/1967C
SURVEYOR 4 LAUNCH to the Moon, With Cape Canaveral Florida hand cancel, with two color CENTENNIAL (unidentified) raised printed cachet showing the Surveyor spacecraft, with text: "Surveyor-4 to the Moon...the winged moonship carried a magnet, shovel and revolving camera to gather scientific facts about the Moon's surface to guide future Apollo astronauts".

AIRSPC030371$10.0009/08/1967K
SURVEYOR 5 LAUNCH to the Moon, With scarce Kennedy Space Center Florida space pictorial machine cancel, with two color JJF (unidentified) rubber stamp cachet showing the Surveyor spacecraft, the earth from space and the rocket that launched Surveyor (this is a large private rubber stamp version of the official NASA Surveyor cachet), and with rubber stamp text: "Surveyor 5: chemical analysis and magnetic properties of the Moon's surface will be attempted by Surveyor 5. ". Small rubber stamp address. (This launch cover is scarce with the Kennedy Space Center cancel). IMAGE

AIRSPC030371A$15.0009/08/1967K
SPECIAL COMBINATION SURVEYOR 5 LAUNCHcover, to the Moon, With scarce Kennedy Space Center Florida space pictorial machine cancel, on 5 cent John F. Kennedy stamp (#1246) plus a Ecuador $/0.10 stamp showing the Surveyor 1 space craft landing on the Moon, both stamps being tied to the cover by the Kennedy Space Center machine cancel!, with two color JJF (unidentified) rubber stamp cachet showing the Surveyor spacecraft, the earth from space and the rocket that launched Surveyor (this is a large private rubber stamp version of the official NASA Surveyor cachet), and with rubber stamp text: "Surveyor 5: chemical analysis and magnetic properties of the Moon's surface will be attempted by Surveyor 5. ". (This launch cover is scarce with the Kennedy Space Center cancel).

AIRSPC030372$7.5011/07/1967C
SPECIAL COMBINATION COVER FOR THE SURVEYOR 6 LAUNCH to the Moon, With Cape Canaveral Florida hand cancel on a 5 cent flag stamp plus a Paraguay G.0.20 stamp showing the Surveyor 1 space craft on the Moon, both stamps being tied to the cover by the Cape Canaveral hand cancel!, with a blue CENTENNIAL (unidentified) pictorial printed cachet showing the Surveyor spacecraft about to land on the Moon and a blue JJF (unidentified) word rubber stamp cachet reading: "Surveyor 6 aimed toward Apollo central landing location for detailed TV observations & experiments".

AIRSPC030373A$8.0001/07/1968C
SPECIAL COMBINATION COVER FOR THE SURVEYOR 7 LAUNCH to the Moon, With Cape Canaveral Florida hand cancel on a 3 cent Fort Bliss "rocket launch" stamp (#976) plus a Paraguay G.0.30 stamp showing the Ranger 7 space craft at the Moon. The Paraguay stamp is tied to the cover by an extra Cape Canaveral killer bar! with an all purpose NASA emblem rubber stamp cachet in blue and a red JJF (unidentified) word rubber stamp cachet reading: "Surveyor 7, final spacecraft on purely scientific study of tycho Moon crater. Laser light beam test to be attempted".

AIRSPC030376$10.0008/10/1966DBL
A SPECIAL DOUBLE CANCELLED LUNAR ORBITER 1 AND 5 LAUNCH COVER The 1st cancel is a scarce Kennedy Space Center Florida space pictorial machine cancel of 08/10/1966 for the launch of Lunar Orbiter 1, The 2nd cancel is a Cape Canaveral Florida hand cancel of 08/01/1967 on an "Echo 1" satellite space stamp (#1173) for the launch of Lunar Orbiter 5. With two color JJF (unidentified) rubber stamp cachet showing the Lunar Orbiter spacecraft, with rubber stamp text: "LUNAR ORBITER 1...LUNAR ORBITER 5...5 launches - 5 successes, Lunar Orbiter satellites transmitted bach to earth more than 1,666 photos". (This launch cover is scarce with the Kennedy Space Center cancel).

AIRSPC030376A$10.0008/10/1966DBL
A SPECIAL DOUBLE CANCELLED LUNAR ORBITER 1 AND 5 LAUNCH COVER The 1st cancel is a scarce Kennedy Space Center Florida space pictorial machine cancel of 08/10/1966 for the launch of Lunar Orbiter 1, The 2nd cancel is a Cape Canaveral Florida hand cancel of 08/01/1967 on an "Echo 1" satellite space stamp (#1173) for the launch of Lunar Orbiter 5. With two color JJF (unidentified) rubber stamp cachet showing the Lunar Orbiter spacecraft, with rubber stamp text: "LUNAR ORBITER 1...First U.S. Satellite to orbit the Moon. Takes photo exploration of Apollo landing sites, LUNAR ORBITER 5...Last in the series of Moon mapping satellites, photographs 4/5ths of the Earth's sunlit side". (This launch cover is scarce with the Kennedy Space Center cancel).

AIRSPC030376B$10.0008/10/1966DBL
SPECIAL COMBINATION DOUBLE CANCELLED LUNAR ORBITER 1 & 5 LAUNCH COVER. 1st cancel Cape Canaveral Fl. hand cancel on 5 cent flag stamp, of 08/10/1966 for launch of Lunar Orbiter 1, 2nd cancel Cape Canaveral Florida hand cancel 08/01/1967 on an "Echo 1" satellite space stamp (#1173) for launch of Lunar Orbiter 5. The hand cancels tie a Paraguay G.030 stamp of a Ranger 7 spacecraft about to land on the Moon (Ranger 7 softlanded on the Moon & provided Moon photos in 1964). With a black JJF (unidentified) all purpose space rubber stamp cachet with rubber stamp text "Space Craft launched from Cape Canaveral", plus additional JJF (unidentified) red rubber stamp text cachets: "LUNAR ORBITER 1...LUNAR ORBITER 5...5 launches - 5 successes, Lunar Orbiter satellites transmitted back to earth more than 1,666 photos".

AIRSPC030379B$4.0005/05/1967C
LUNAR ORBITER 4 LAUNCH to the Moon, With Cape Canaveral Florida machine cancel on a 5 cent U.S. Savings Bonds stamp, with a 2 color raised CENTENNIAL (unidentified) printed cachet showing the Lunar Orbiter spacecraft, and text: "Moo-Mapping Lunar Orbiter 4, Launched from Cape Kennedy, Florida May 4, 1967, to orbit and photograph the Moon.". Cover has extra two line rubber stamp text cachet: "Cancel delayed, launching after P.O. (post office) closed".

AIRSPC030380C$8.0008/01/1967K
LUNAR ORBITER 5 LAUNCH to the Moon, With scarce Kennedy Space Center Florida space pictorial machine cancel on 4 cent Flag stamp, with two color JJF (unidentified) rubber stamp cachet showing the Lunar Orbiter spacecraft, with rubber stamp text: "LUNAR ORBITER 5...5 launches - 5 successes, Lunar Orbiter satellites transmitted bach to earth more than 1,666 photos". Small rubber stamp address. (This launch cover is scarce with the Kennedy Space Center cancel).

AIRSPC030380D$9.0008/01/1967K
SPECIAL COMBINATION COVER FOR THE LUNAR ORBITER 5 LAUNCH to the Moon, With scarce Kennedy Space Center Florida space pictorial machine cancel on 5 cent John F. Kennedy memorial stamp plus a Paraguay G.0.50 stamp showing the Sun and planetary system of the Universe, both stamps being tied to the cover by the Kennedy Space Center machine cancel!, with a two color JJF (unidentified) rubber stamp cachet showing the Lunar Orbiter spacecraft, with rubber stamp text: " LUNAR ORBITER 5...Last in the series of Moon mapping satellites, photographs 4/5ths of the Earth's sunlit side". (This launch cover is scarce with the Kennedy Space Center cancel, and has very appropriate stamps for this event!).

AIRSPC030390A$3.0009/10/1971HU
STRATOSCOPE 2 BALLOON LAUNCH, (Astronomy related), with Huntsville Alabama machine cancel on 8 cent flag stamp, with a black CENTENNIAL (unidentified) printed cachet showing the balloon launch and printed text: "Stratoscope II, a four ton balloon launched by Marshall Space Flight Center from Redstone Army Airfield, Huntsville Alabama, Sept. 9, 1971, at a height of 80,000 feet a thirty foot astronomical telescope will photograph star nebulae and the planet Saturn". (cover cancelled the next day as postoffice was closed at time of launch).

AIRSPC030397$50.0008/12/1960PC
ECHO 1 COMMUNICATIONS SATELLITE LAUNCH, With Port Canaveral Florida hand cancel, with two color Unidentifed printed cachet showing President Eisenhower with printed text: " IKE'S VOICE BEAMED FROM 1,000 MILES IN SPACE. ECHO 1, mammoth observation satellite, as high as a 10-story building, put into orbit today from Canaveral, Fla. It was then used to bounce President Eisenhower's voice coast-to-coast to prove its value as a radio mirror in space". (The Echo was a balloon made of plastic and covered with a skin of bright aluminum, it presented a large, bright metal surface to reflect radio waves and could be easily seen from Earth with the naked eye). IMAGE

AIRSPC030398A$7.5001/25/1964V
ECHO 2 COMMUNICATIONS SATELLITE LAUNCH, With Vandenberg AFB California machine cancel, on 7 cent Airmail stamp with two color all purpose servicers rubber stamp cachet showing a rocket orbiting Earth and one line text: "ECHO II". (The Echo was a balloon made of plastic and covered with a skin of bright aluminum, it presented a large, bright metal surface to reflect radio waves and could be easily seen from Earth with the naked eye).

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