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COLORANO "SILK" CACHETED COVER


Specific Notes for the covers on this pricelist

  • All of the commemorative covers listed below have a Colorano "Silk" cachet and each cachet is different, although some cachets may be of the same event but are of a different view, such as for launchings and printed text cachets are worded differently.
  • However there is one exception to the above statement about different cachets: for the first flight of the Shuttle, STS-1, on April 12, 1981, both the Cape Canaveral FL and Houston TX covers have the same identical "Silk" cachet and the same printed text!
  • The majority of the cachets are of photographs of the actual event which are printed on silk which is attached to the envelope and there is a gold color embossed border around the cachet.
  • However there are a few exceptions to the above statement: a few cachets may show artists renditions of the astronauts or the event and a few cachets will show the Shuttle emblem/patch, this mostly occurs on the Department of Defense missions where actual events may be classified and so the emblem/patch is subsituted.
  • This list only contains flights by these Shuttle Orbiters: Enterprise, Columbia, Discovery, Atlantis and Endeavour.
  • A separate price list will soon be issued for the flights of the Challenger Shuttle Orbiter spacecraft, as many collectors specialize in just the Challenger flights.
  • The Shuttle flights listed below are listed in chronological order, however the STS numbering system for the flights are not in sequence, as this is determined by NASA.
  • In some cases below, for a particular Shuttle Flight, the Shuttle landing cover may be listed before Shuttle launch covers, due to the numbering system I use for located individual covers in my stock.
  • In many cases covers on this list have both a space stamp and a definitive stamp, however I only list the space stamp. (the combined value of the stamps make up the postage rate that existed when the cover was issued).

General Notes

  • All items are covers unless otherwise noted.
  • All covers are the standard U.S. #6 size (approximately 6 1/2 x 3 3/4 inches), as collected in the USA, unless otherwise noted.
  • Foreign covers may be slightly smaller in size than the standard U.S. #6 size and if so, their size will NOT be noted. Any cover larger than a number 6 size will be noted or any item of an unordinary size will be so noted.
  • All covers are unaddressed unless otherwise noted.
  • All covers are cacheted unless otherwise noted. A brief description of the cachet is given of the event being commemorated.
  • If covers are autographed they are genuine, unless otherwise noted.
  • Where stamp(s) used on the item are of significance, such as being a space stamp or a flag stamp or related to the event or location, it will be described. Otherwise the stamp(s) used on the item may be a definitive issue or an unrelated commemorative issue, and will not be described.
  • Items listed here may not be listed in any particular order.
  • Please print out the ON-LINE ORDER FORM and use it to mark down the covers you need. When ordering, please mark the LIST ID as well as ITEM ID.

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Price List

LIST IDITEM IDPRICECANCEL DATECANCEL LOC
STSCO10100BB$8.0004/14/1981E
STS-1 LANDING, with a hand cancel of Edwards AFB Sta. CA on "B" Eagle stamp. With multicolored COLORANO SILK CACHET that shows the Space Shuttle returning to earth. With 9 lines of printed text that reads: "Welcome Home Columbia. April 14, 1981 (1:20 P.M. EST) - As the Space Shuttle Columbia crossed the coastline at an altitude of 141,000 feet and traveling six times the speed of sound, Astronaut Crippen exclaimed, 'What a way to come to California.' The pioneering flight of Columbia ended with Commander John W. Young bringing the craft in for a precise landing just 57 seconds earlier than scheduled." (Mission payload: First orbital test flight). IMAGE

STSCO10101$8.0004/12/1981C
STS-1 LAUNCH, with a machine cancel of Cape Canaveral FL on a "B" Eagle stamp. With multicolored COLORANO SILK CACHET that shows the launch of the Space Shuttle. With 9 lines of printed text that reads: "Space Shuttle Columbia Lift-Off. April 12, 1981 (7 A.M. EST) - The largest solid rocket motors ever flown lifted the Columbia off Pad 39A with 6 million lbs. of thrust at Kennedy Space Center today. The Columbia left a fiery trail across the morning sky carrying Commander John Young and Pilot Bob Crippen on their journey into space and the history books. It was the first United States manned launch in six years and one of NASA's bravest ventures yet." (Mission payload: First orbital test flight). IMAGE

STSCO10102$8.0004/12/1981H
STS-1 LAUNCH, with a machine cancel of Houston TX. With multicolored COLORANO SILK CACHET that shows the launch of the Space Shuttle. With 9 lines of printed text that reads: "Space Shuttle Columbia Lift-Off. April 12, 1981 (7 A.M. EST) - The largest solid rocket motors ever flown lifted the Columbia off Pad 39A with 6 million lbs.. of thrust at Kennedy Space Center today. The Columbia left a fiery trail across the morning sky carrying Commander John Young and Pilot Bob Crippen on their journey into space and the history books. It was the first United States manned launch in six years and one of NASA's bravest ventures yet." (Mission payload: First orbital test flight). IMAGE

STSCO10102A$8.0004/12/1981H
STS-1 CARGO BAY DOOR TEST, with a hand cancel of Houston TX on a "B" Eagle stamp. With multicolored COLORANO SILK CACHET that shows the Space Shuttle over the earth. With 8 lines of printed text that reads: "Columbia's Cargo Bay Doors Open. April 12, 1981 - Eighty minutes into flight the Shuttle Astronauts began their more important in orbit test- operating the motor-driven latches to open the large doors on the Shuttle;s 60 foot long cargo bay. The doors must be open to dissipate Columbia's waste heat into space. A malfunction would have cancelled the mission after five orbits." (Mission payload: First orbital test flight). IMAGE

STSCO10103B$8.0004/12/1981C
STS-1 REUSABLE SOLID ROCKETS RELEASED, with a machine cancel of Cape Canaveral FL on a "B" Eagle stamp. With multicolored COLORANO SILK CACHET that shows the Space Shuttle rockets being released. With 8 lines of printed text that reads in part: "Reusable Solid Rockets Released. April 12, 1981 - Just 2 minutes and 12 seconds after the two solid rocket boosters lifted the Columbia Space Shuttle off Pad 39A they were releaed by explosive bolts and returned to earth byt the largest parachutes ever built ....." (Mission payload: First orbital test flight). IMAGE

STSCO10106A$5.5011/12/1981K
STS-2 LAUNCH, with a hand cancel of Kennedy Space Center FL on a Space Shuttle launch 18 cent stamp. With multicolored COLORANO SILK CACHET that shows the launch of the Space Shuttle and astronauts Engle and Truly. With 10 lines of printed text that reads in part: "Space Shuttle Columbia - Second Flight. November 12, 1981 (10:10 a.m. EST) - The world's first reusable spacecraft boomed off Launch Pad 39A carrying astronauts Joe Engle and Richard Truly on their first trip into outer space." (Mission payload: Test of the Canadian robot arm/RMS). IMAGE

STSCO10106B$5.5011/14/1981E
STS-2 LANDING, with a hand cancel of Edwards AFB Sta. CA on an 18 cent understanding the universe space stamp. With multicolored COLORANO SILK CACHET that shows the Space Shuttle returning to earth. With 8 lines of printed text that reads: "Return of Columbia II. November 14, 1981 - After only 36 orbits of earth, instead of the planned 85, Astronauts Engle and Truly brought Columbia back to earth - 2 days, 6 hr., 13 min. and 10 sec. after the start of her globe-orbiting flight. The 'good solid bird' glided safely to earth on the windy desert at Edwards Air Force Base in California." (Mission payload: Test of the Canadian robot arm/RMS). IMAGE

STSCO10108$5.5011/12/1981H
STS-2 LAUNCH, with a hand cancel of Houston TX on a 18 cent space stamp. With multicolored COLORANO SILK CACHET that shows the launch of the Space Shuttle. With 9 lines of printed text that reads: "Space Shuttle Columbia II Lift Off. November 12, 1981 - Astronauts Joe Engle and Richard Truly were launched today on their first trip into outer space. The picture perfect launch was marred when engineers at Houston announced that the flight will be shortened due to the malfunction of the number three auxiliary power unit. The unit operates the landing gear and the control wing flaps." (Mission payload: Test of the Canadian robot arm/RMS). IMAGE

STSCO10111A$4.7503/22/1982K
STS-3 LAUNCH, with a space shuttle emblem pictorial machine cancel of Kennedy Space Center FL on 18 cent space stamp. With multicolored COLORANO SILK CACHET that shows the launch of the Space Shuttle and astronauts Lousma and Fullerton. With 9 lines of printed text that reads in part: "Space Shuttle Columbia - Third Flight. March 22, 1982 - The 4.5 million pound Columbia STS-3, carrying Astronauts Jack R. Lousma and C. Gordon Fullerton, rose on a tail of orange flame at 11 a.m. today - 1 hour later than scheduled........The lift-off was the first in the Shuttle Development Program to occur on the scheduled day." (Mission payload: Office of Space Science-1 [OSS-1]). IMAGE

STSCO10111B$4.7503/30/1982WS
STS-3 LANDING, with a hand cancel of White Sands Missile Range NM on an 18 cent space shuttle stamp. With multicolored COLORANO SILK CACHET that shows the Space Shuttle returning to earth. With 11 lines of printed text that reads in part: "Return of Columbia STS-III. March 30, 1982 - Just 51 minutes prior to landing Astronauts Lousma and Fullerton fired up the twin 6,000 pound thrust engines of the Columbia to drive the vehicle from orbit..........At 200 feet Lousma took over the controls and Columbia landed on the desert floor of White Sands, N.M. completing a successful 8 day mission." (Mission payload: Office of Space Science-1 [OSS-1]). IMAGE

STSCO10116A$4.7506/27/1982K
STS-4 LAUNCH, with space shuttle emblem pictorial machine cancel of Kennedy Space Center FL on 20 cent Flag stamp. With multicolored COLORANO SILK CACHET that shows the launch of the Space Shuttle and astronauts Mattingly and Hartsfield. With 12 lines of printed text that reads in part: "Space Shuttle Columbia - Final Test Flight.......The fourth and final test flight was the first lift off without a single failure but a minor problem did occur later. The Shuttle was five miles short of its planned 190 mile orbit." (Mission payload: Last orbital test flight, beginning of operations). IMAGE

STSCO10116B$4.7507/04/1982E
STS-4 LANDING, with a hand cancel of Edwards AFB Sta. CA on an 20 cent Flag stamp. With multicolored COLORANO SILK CACHET that shows the returning astronauts on the ground with President and Mrs. Reagan beside the Space Shuttle. With 12 lines of printed text that reads in part: "Return of Columbia STS-IV.........President Reagan, his wife Nancy and over a half a million patriotic holiday onlookers were present as Astronauts Thomas K. Mattingly and Henry Hartsfield guided their shuttle spacecraft back to earth after a successful seven day mission.." (Mission payload: Last orbital test flight, beginning of operations). IMAGE

STSCO10117$4.7506/27/1982C
STS-4 LAUNCH, with hand cancel of Cape Canaveral FL on 20 cent Flag stamp. With multicolored COLORANO SILK CACHET that shows the Space Shuttle on the launch pad. With 10 lines of printed text that reads in part: "Space Shuttle Columbia STS-4 Lift-Off. .......STS-4 rose off its launch pad on a tail of orange flame......carrying Thomas Mattingly and Henry Hartsfield, rise in a picture perfect lift-off, the start of a seven day 113 orbit mission." (Mission payload: Last orbital test flight, beginning of operations).

STSCO10118$4.7506/27/1982H
STS-4 LAUNCH, with a machine cancel of Houston TX on 20 cent Flag stamp. With multicolored COLORANO SILK CACHET that shows the launch of the Space Shuttle. With 9 lines of printed text that reads in part: "Space Shuttle Columbia - Final Test Flight.......STS-4 Space Shuttle thundered off its launch pad in the most perfect Shuttle lift off to date. The first burn put Astronauts Thomas Mattingly and Henry Hartsfield into an orbit ranging from 39 to 150 miles." (Mission payload: Last orbital test flight, beginning of operations). IMAGE

STSCO10119$4.0006/27/1982C
STS-4: SOLID FUEL ROCKETS LOST, with a hand cancel of Cape Canaveral FL on 20 cent Flag stamp. With multicolored COLORANO SILK CACHET that shows the solid fuel rockets separating from the Space Shuttle. With 9 lines of printed text that reads: "Columbia STS-4 Solid Fuel Rockets Lost at Sea. June 27, 1982 - The first casualty of the Columbia STS-4 mission occurred when the six chutes, designed to carry the rockets to the recovery area, failed to open. The top cone of the rockets, called the frustrum, and the parachutes were recovered and will be re-used later. The casings, which cost 25 million each, sunk to the bottom of the Atlantic." (Mission payload: Last orbital test flight, beginning of operations).

STSCO10120$4.0006/29/1982H
STS-4: REMOTE MANIPULATOR SYSTEM, with a hand cancel of Houston TX on 20 cent Flag stamp. With multicolored COLORANO SILK CACHET that shows the cargo bay of Space Shuttle opened with the robot arm in use. With 14 lines of printed text that reads in part: "Astronaut Henry Hartsfield put the Canadian built robot arm to its greatest test today, picking up the 600 pound Induced Environmental Contamination Monitor.........The heaviest object the remote arm had yet lifted was then returned to its cargo bay position." (Mission payload: Last orbital test flight, beginning of operations). IMAGE

STSCO10121A$4.7511/11/1982K
STS-5 LAUNCH, with a space shuttle emblem pictorial machine cancel of Kennedy Space Center FL on 18 cent space stamp. With multicolored COLORANO SILK CACHET that shows the astronauts: Commander Vance D. Brand, Pilot Robert V. Overmyer, and missions specialists Joseph P. Allen and William B. Lenoir with the Space Shuttle in the background. With 11 lines of printed text that reads in part: "Space Shuttle Columbia STS-5.........was launched from pad 39-A at Kennedy Space Center. It is the first operational mission, with a primary cargo of two commercial communications satellites." IMAGE

STSCO10121B$4.7511/16/1982E
STS-5 LANDING, with a hand cancel of Edwards AFB Sta. CA on 18 cent space shuttle stamp. With multicolored COLORANO SILK CACHET that shows the Space Shuttle after landing. With 10 lines of printed text that reads in part: "Return of the Columbia STS-5..........with its four man crew, touched down at 9:33 a.m. at Edwards Air Force Base, Ca. today bringing to an end a successful 5 day - 2 hour mission........The post-landing processing of Columbia is seen double in this rare scene at the Dryden Flight Research Facility" (shown in the cachet). (Mission payload: Two communications satellites - comsats). IMAGE

STSCO10122$4.7511/11/1982C
STS-5 LAUNCH, with a hand cancel of Cape Canaveral FL on 18 cent Space Shuttle stamp. With multicolored COLORANO SILK CACHET that shows the launch of the Space Shuttle. With 11 lines of printed text that reads in part: "Space Shuttle Columbia STS-5.........The Space Shuttle Columbia, carrying 20,000 pounds of communications satellites and a crew of four, cut loose with a trail of fire and smoke from launch pad 39-A.......The four crewmen, double the number on each of the four previous missions, are Commander Vance D. Brand, Pilot Robert V. Overmyer, and missions specialists Joseph P. Allen and William B. Lenoir." (Mission payload: Two communications satellites - comsats). IMAGE

STSCO10123$4.7511/11/1982H
STS-5 LAUNCH, with a machine cancel of Houston TX on an 18 cent space stamp. With multicolored COLORANO SILK CACHET that shows the Space Shuttle launch. With 11 lines of printed text that reads in part: "Space Shuttle Columbia STS-5.........The first operational mission of the Space Shuttle Columbia opened for business today........Astronauts Vance D. Brand, commander; Robert V. Overmyer, pilot and missions specialists Joseph P. Allen and William B. Lenoir make up the four man crew - double the number of each of the previous four missions. It is the first STS flight with mission specialists aboard." (Mission payload: Two communications satellites - comsats).

STSCO10144A$4.0011/28/1983K
STS-9 LAUNCH, with a special Space Station pictorial hand cancel of Kennedy Space Center FL showing the space shuttle launch on an 18 cent space shuttle stamp, (cancel and stamp are very similar). With multicolored COLORANO SILK CACHET that shows a group photo of the 6 STS-9 astronauts, with a picture of the Space Shuttle in the background. With 9 lines of printed text that reads in part: "Space Shuttle Columbia STS-9 - Spacelab 1......soared into space at 11 am today carrying a $1 billion research center and the world's largest space crew - Astronauts John Young, commander; Brewster Shaw Jr., pilot; Drs. Robert Parker and Owen Garriott, mission specialists; Drs. Ulf Merbold and Byron Lichtenberg, payload specialists." (Mission payload: First Spacelab Mission/SL-1). IMAGE

STSCO10144AA$4.0011/28/1983K
STS-9 LAUNCH, with a special Space Station pictorial hand cancel of Kennedy Space Center FL showing the space shuttle launch on an 18 cent Comprehending the Universe/Hubble space telescope stamp. With multicolored COLORANO SILK CACHET that shows a group photo of the 6 STS-9 astronauts, with a picture of the Space Shuttle in the background. With 9 lines of printed text that reads in part: "Space Shuttle Columbia STS-9 - Spacelab 1......soared into space at 11 am today carrying a $1 billion research center and the world's largest space crew - Astronauts John Young, commander; Brewster Shaw Jr., pilot; Drs. Robert Parker and Owen Garriott, mission specialists; Drs. Ulf Merbold and Byron Lichtenberg, payload specialists." (Mission payload: First Spacelab Mission/SL-1). IMAGE

STSCO10144B$4.0012/08/1983E
STS-9 LANDING, with a hand cancel of Edwards AFB CA Sta. on a space shuttle stamp. With multicolored COLORANO SILK CACHET that shows the Space Shuttle returning to earth. With 10 lines of printed text that reads in part: "Return of the Columbia STS-9 Spacelab I.....made a pinpoint landing on a dry lake bed runway at 6:47 pm EST at Edwards AFB after being delayed for eight hours by an on board computer failure.....Columbia carried Spacelab in its cargo bay and weighed 110 tons more than previous shuttles." (Mission payload: First Spacelab Mission/SL-1). IMAGE

STSCO10144BB$4.0012/08/1983E
STS-9 LANDING, with a hand cancel of Edwards AFB CA Sta. on an 18 cent Comprehending the Universe/Hubble space telescope stamp. With multicolored COLORANO SILK CACHET that shows the Space Shuttle returning to earth. With 10 lines of printed text that reads in part: "Return of the Columbia STS-9 Spacelab I.....made a pinpoint landing on a dry lake bed runway at 6:47 pm EST at Edwards AFB after being delayed for eight hours by an on board computer failure.....Columbia carried Spacelab in its cargo bay and weighed 110 tons more than previous shuttles." (Mission payload: First Spacelab Mission/SL-1). IMAGE

STSCO10146$4.0011/28/1983H
STS-9 LAUNCH, with a special NASA-ESA Flight Station pictorial hand cancel of Houston TX showing the space shuttle in space and the Spacelab in the open cargo bay, on an 18 cent space stamp. With multicolored COLORANO SILK CACHET that shows the STS-9 Emblem/patch. With 8 lines of printed text that reads in part: "Space Shuttle Columbia STS-9 - Spacelab 1......Astronauts John Young, commander; Brewster Shaw Jr., pilot; Drs. Robert Parker and Owen Garriott, mission specialists; Drs. Ulf Merbold and Byron Lichtenberg, payload specialists, became the world's largest crew to be rocketed into space. Spacelab, the European built research center, will study the stars, gauge the energy of the sun and probe the origin of space sickness." (Mission payload: First Spacelab Mission/SL-1). IMAGE

STSCO10147$4.0011/28/1983K
STS-9: SPACELAB I ACTIVATED, with a 25th Anniversary of NASA pictorial machine cancel of Kennedy Space Center FL on 18 cent space stamp. With multicolored COLORANO SILK CACHET that shows an astronaut working in the Spacelab. With 11 lines of printed text that reads in part: "Initial reports indicated that Spacelab and its complex apparatus had survived the jolt of liftoff and appeared to be in good condition. .......At 2:30 pm the hatch leading from the shuttle crew compartment to Spacelab was opened and Astronaut Owen Garriott, MIT biomedical engineer Byron Lichtenberg and West German physicist Ulf Merbold floated feet first through the 18 foot connecting tunnel. Shown is Dr. Ulf Merbold carrying out one of the experiments using the gradient heating facility." (Mission payload: First Spacelab Mission/SL-1). IMAGE

STSCO10165$3.2509/01/1984C
STS-41-D: COMMUNICATIONS SATELLITE TELSTAR-3 DEPLOYED, with a machine cancel of Cape Canaveral FL on 20 cent Flag stamp. With multicolored COLORANO SILK CACHET that shows the deployment of the Telstar 3 communications satellite with the earth in the background. With 8 lines of printed text that reads in part: "September 1, 1984 - Discovery's astronauts launched their third and final satellite today......'You're three for three' President Ronald Reagan told the astronauts in a congratulatory radio call from the White House." IMAGE

STSCO10187$4.0004/12/1985H
STS-51-D LAUNCH, with a machine cancel of Houston TX on "D" Eagle stamp. With multicolored COLORANO SILK CACHET that shows the launch of the Space Shuttle. With 8 lines of printed text that reads in part: "Space Shuttle Discovery 51-D.......streaked into space carrying astronauts Karol J. Bobko, commander; Donald W. Williams, pilot, Jeffrey A. Hoffman, S. David Griggs and Dr. M. Rhea Seddon, mission specialists; Charles D. Walker and U.S. Senator E.J. (Jake) Garn, payload specialists." (Mission payload: Two COMSATS, EVA/spacewalk/ to repair Syncom IV Satellite). IMAGE

STSCO10188$3.2504/12/1985C
STS-51-D: COMMUNICATIONS SATELLITE TELESAT-1 (ANIK C-1) DEPLOYED, with a machine cancel of Cape Canaveral FL on a "D" Eagle stamp. With multicolored COLORANO SILK CACHET that shows the deployment of the Telesat-1 communications satellite with the earth in the background. With 9 lines of printed text that reads in part: "16th Space Shuttle Mission. April 12, 1985 - The first task of the Discovery 51-D crew was to launch the Canadian Telesat communications satellite." (Mission payload: Two COMSATS, EVA/spacewalk/ to repair Syncom IV Satellite). IMAGE

STSCO10368A$3.2508/08/1992K
STS-46 LANDING, with a hand cancel of Kennedy Space Center FL on 29 cent Apollo spacecraft stamp (#2633). With multicolored COLORANO SILK CACHET that shows the STS-46 shuttle about to land. With 12 lines of printed text that reads in part: "Landing of Atlantis STS-46, 49th Space Shuttle Mission..... was waved off its first landing opportunity due to concerns about the weather and landed one orbit later.... completing an 8 day space mission". IMAGE

STSCO10368AA$3.2508/08/1992K
STS-46 LANDING, with a hand cancel of Kennedy Space Center FL on 29 cent Apollo NASA Astronaut & Russian Space Station stamp (#2632). With multicolored COLORANO SILK CACHET that shows the STS-46 shuttle about to land. With 12 lines of printed text that reads in part: "Return of the Atlantis STS-46, 49th Space Shuttle Mission..... was waved off its first landing opportunity due to concerns about the weather and landed one orbit later.... completing an 8 day space mission," (Mission payload: EURECA Platform, tether experiment TSS-1). IMAGE

STSCO10459A$3.2504/09/1994H
STS-59/SRL-1 IN SPACE, with a hand cancel of Houston TX on a 29 cent flags stamp. With multicolored COLORANO SILK CACHET that shows the SRL-1 Emblem/Patch (STS-59), the shuttle with earth in the background. With 11 lines of printed text that reads: "U.S./German/Italian Space Radar Laboratory (SRL-1), 62nd Space Shuttle Mission. April 9, 1994 - The 600 million SRL-1 comprises two-frequency radar instruments and an atmospheric instrument, the measurment of Air Pollution from satellite (MAPS) payload. The Space Imaging Radar C (SIR-C) is two-frequency radar utilizing the 23.5 cm. wavelength in the C-band. Built by the Jet Propulsion Laboratory & the Ball Communications Systems Div. for NASA, SIR-C is related to JPL's Seasat synthetic aperture radar (SAR), orbited in 1978 & SIR-A & SIR-B which flew in 1981 & 1984 respectively." (Mission payload: Space Radar Lab-1; CONCAP-IV; GAS; NIH Experiments). IMAGE

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