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LIST IDITEM IDPRICECANCEL DATECANCEL LOC
ASTROM0320$30.0003/13/1978M
ASTRONAUT JON McBRIDE. AUTOGRAPH ON A SPACE SHUTTLE "ENTERPRISE" EVENT COVER, Autographed and inscribed: "Good Luck!! Jon McBride, LCDR USN, Shuttle Pilot", cover has a machine cancel of Marshall Space Flight Ctr AL on a 13 cent Eagle/Shield stamp, and a black rubber stamp cachet (unidentified, however I belive this is an official MSFC cachet for this event) showing a space shuttle being carried piggyback atop a Boeing 747 aircraft over buildings on the ground, and text: "Orbiter Enterprise arrives at Marshall Space Flight Center." (An early autograph of NASA Astronaut Jon McBride, which he signed in 1978 soon after he was selected as an astronaut candidate in January 1978. He became an astronaut in August 1979. McBride was capsule communicator (CAPCOM) for STS-5, STS-6, and STS-7 and flew as pilot on STS 41-G, on October 5, 1984). IMAGE

ASTROM0322$25.0011/21/1958 
ASTRONAUT JON McBRIDE. AUTOGRAPH ON AN AIR POSTAL STATIONERY FIRST DAY COVER, Autographed & inscribed: "Best Wishes!! Jon McBride, LCDR USN, AIM-9L Test Director, Shuttle Pilot", cover has a machine first day slogan cancel of New York NY on a 7 cent Jet Airliner postal stationery envelope. With a black Artcraft Printed Cachet showing a a jet airliner over skyscrapers of New York City and appropriate text for this first day of issue. (An early autograph of NASA Astronaut Jon McBride, which he signed in 1978 soon after he was selected as an astronaut candidate in January 1978. He became an astronaut in August 1979. McBride flew as pilot on STS 41-G, on October 5, 1984. Before becoming an astronaut he was a naval aviator flying the F-4 "Phantom II" aircraft. He was also a fighter pilot and flew 64 combat missions. He was also the AIM-9L Sidwinder missile project officer, which he refers to this project in his autographed inscription). IMAGE

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