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Other Russia/USSR Space Flight & First Day Covers

Special Notes:
Space Voyage Cachet Covers:
from Russia/USSR (CCCP)

  • The early Space Voyage Printed Cachet Covers, were all cancelled at Moscow and do not have a logo (Space Voyage identification), however the later covers do have a logo, as with the ASTP covers below, and these covers do have different cancels as noted.
  • Additional Russia/USSR Space Voyage cachet covers may be found in other specialized lists such as the Halley's Comet Covers list, etc.
  • For other Russian/USSR space cacheted covers you will find them in this list: "Space Covers 1: Russia/USSR (FDCs & Commemoratives)", and sometimes they are included in lists such as: the General Air and Space Covers lists, Smithsonian Milestones of Flight Commemorative Covers list, USSR Space Flight Covers with SWANSON Printed Cachets list, etc. etc. These lists can be found in the site index.
  • If you dont see what you are looking for on this page, please use the search box at the top of this page to search my website for the country or keyword you are looking for.

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
USSRSV405A$8.0007/15/1975F
RUSSIA: APOLLO/SOYUZ (ASTP) MISSION FIRST DAY COVER (#4339-4340), with a black pictorial first day of issue hand cancel of Moscow, July 15, 1975, showing the ASTP emblem, on a vertic al pair of 12k stamps, one showing the Soyuz spacecraft and the Apollo spacecraft before link up, & the other stamp showing the Soyuz and the Apollo spacecrafts linked up. With SPACE VOYAGE printed cachet: multicolored multipicture cachet showing the Soyuz and the Apollo spacecraft in orbit before link up, the ASTP emblem, the two USSR cosmonauts A. Leonov and V. Kubasov and the 3 USA astronauts T. Stafford, V. Brand, D. Slayton, with printed text all in russian except this text in English: "First Day of Issue". IMAGE

USSRSV410A$8.0007/15/1975F
RUSSIA: APOLLO/SOYUZ (ASTP) MISSION FIRST DAY COVER (#4338, 4341), with a black pictorial first day of issue hand cancel of Moscow, July 15, 1975, showing the ASTP emblem, on two stamps: 10k value showing the 2 Soyus cosmonauts and the 3 apollo astronauts with the USSR and USA flags in the background; the 16k value shows the Soyuz launch. With SPACE VOYAGE printed cachet: multicolored multipicture cachet showing the Soyuz 19 launch, the flags of the USA & USSR, the ASTP emblem and the two USSR cosmonauts A. Leonov and V. Kubasov and the 3 USA astronauts T. Stafford, V. Brand, D. Slayton, , with printed text all in russian except this text in English: "First Day of Issue. Baikonur Launch July 15, 1975". IMAGE

USSRSV430A$8.0007/15/1975F
RUSSIA: SOYUZ 19 MANNED LAUNCH, APOLLO/SOYUZ (ASTP) MISSION FIRST DAY COVER (#4341), with a black pictorial hand cancel of Star City, July 15, 1975, showing the ASTP emblem, on a 16k stamp showing a Soyuz launch and the ASTP emblem. With SPACE VOYAGE printed cachet: purple and flesh tone cachet is for the launch of the Soyuz 19 spacecraft, multipictured cachet shows the launch, separation, the spacecraft in orbit the two USSR cosmonauts A. Leonov and V. Kubasov and the ASTP emblem, with printed text that reads in part: "Soyuz 19, Baikonur launch, July 15, 975, 3:20 pm (Moscow)". IMAGE

USSRSV450A$8.0007/17/1975F
RUSSIA: FIRST INTERNATIONAL LINK-UP/UNION IN SPACE, APOLLO/SOYUZ (ASTP) MISSION COMMEMORATIVE COVER, with SPACE VOYAGE printed cachet. brown, orange and flesh tone cachet for the Soyuz 19 spacecraft and the USA Apollo capsule link-up, multipictured cachet shows the link-up, the two USSR cosmonauts A. Leonov and V. Kubasov, the 3 USA astronauts D. Slayton, T. Stafford and V. Brand and the ASTP emblem, with printed text that reads in part: "Union in Space, July 17, 1975, 7:12 PM (Moscow), First International Link-up". With USSR 10k stamp (#4338) showing the ASTP soviet and American astronauts and their country flags, with a red pictorial hand cancel of Star City July 17, 1975 showing the ASTP emblem. IMAGE

USSRSV480B$8.0007/21/1975F
RUSSIA: SOYUZ 19 MANNED LANDING, APOLLO/SOYUZ (ASTP) MISSION COMMEMORATIVE COVER, with SPACE VOYAGE printed cachet. blue and flesh tone cachet is for the Soyuz 19 spacecraft landing, multipictured cachet shows spacecraft parachuting to earth, the cosmonauts signing the spacecraft after landing, the two cosmonauts A. Leonov and V. Kubasov, and the ASTP emblem, with printed text that reads in part: "Soyus 19 Landing, 1:51 pm (Moscow), landing in desert, 34 mi. NE of Arkalyk Kazakhastan". With USSR 12k stamp (#4339) showing the Russian and USA spacecrafts linked together over earth, with a black pictorial hand cancel of Star City July 21, 1975 showing the ASTP emblem. IMAGE

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