Welcome to NateDSanders.com

Hollywood Memorabilia, Fine Autographs, & Consignments Blog

Sell Your Apollo Flown Checklist for $17,500 to $100,000’s at Nate’s

FREE APPRAISAL for your Apollo flown checklist.  EMAIL Nate@NateDSanders.com.  We at The Nate D. Sanders Auction House (http://www.NateDSanders.com) estimate your Apollo flown checklist to be worth at least $17,500.  A complete Apollo 11 flown checklist is worth hundreds of thousands of dollars.  Just a page from an Apollo 11 checklist is worth approximately $20,000.

Apollo Flown Checklist

There are many different types of flown Apollo checklist lots that have come to auction.  Here are some examples:

Command Module Pilot Apollo flown checklist aka CMP Apollo flown checklist

Command Service Module Launch Apollo flown checklist aka CSM Apollo flown checklist

Operations Apollo flown checklist

Lunar Module Contingency Apollo flown checklist aka LM Contingency Apollo flown checklist

Lunar Module Activation Apollo flown checklist aka LM Activation Apollo flown checklist

Extravehicular Activity Apollo flown checklist aka EVA Apollo flown checklist

Here is what they sold for:

In 2013, just an Apollo 11 flown checklist page with Neil Armstrong annotations sold for more than $50,000

In 2015, an Apollo 17 flown checklist sold for almost $50,000

In 2009, an Apollo 8 flown checklist sold for almost $50,000

In 2016, an Apollo 13 flown checklist sold for over $40,000

In 2013, an Apollo 12 flown checklist sold for almost $25,000

In 2008, an Apollo 17 flown checklist sold for over $20,000

In 2016, just an Apollo 11 flown checklist page sold for more than $20,000

In 2015, an Apollo 10 flown checklist sold for approximately $20,000

In 2017, an Apollo 15 flown checklist sold for less than $20,000

We, at Nate D. Sanders Auctions, can obtain up to at least $17,500 for your Apollo flown checklist.  For a complete Apollo 11 flown checklist, we can obtain at least a few hundreds of thousands of dollars for you.  Just a page from an Apollo 11 checklist is worth approximately $20,000 and we can obtain up to that price or more for you.

Some Nate D. Sanders Auction House Flown Apollo Prices Realized

Lot #222:

Exceptionally Scarce Apollo 11 Flag Flown to the Moon — Signed by Armstrong, Aldrin & Collins

http://natedsanders.com/LotDetail.aspx?inventoryid=24705

United States flag flown to the moon on Apollo 11 during the historic 1969 mission. Flag is mounted to an official NASA certificate reading: ”This flag traveled to the Moon with Apollo 11, the first manned lunar landing, July 20, 1969.” Certificate is signed ”Neil Armstrong”, ”Michael Collins” and ”Buzz Aldrin” in felt tip and has the Apollo 11 crew emblem near the center. Printed along the bottom edge are the first words by Neil Armstrong after stepping upon the moon: ”One small step for man, one giant leap for mankind”. The silk United States flag measures 6” x 4”, mounted to the NASA certificate, which measures 10” x 12”. Some show through of adhesive to flag corners and light toning to certificate, else near fine.  Sold for $63,195.
Apollo Flown Checklist Exceptionally Scarce Apollo 11 Flag Flown to the Moon -- Signed by Armstrong, Aldrin & Collins
Exceptionally Scarce Apollo 11 Flag Flown to the Moon — Signed by Armstrong, Aldrin & Collins / Click above for larger image.
Lot #88:

Jack Swigert’s Own Apollo 17 Flown Robbins Medal, Serial Number 41

http://natedsanders.com/LotDetail.aspx?inventoryid=29286

Apollo 17 Robbins medal, serial number 41. Sterling silver medal commemorates Apollo 17 as the most recent lunar landing conducted by NASA to date. The mission launched 7 December 1972 and returned safely twelve days later. Pictorial obverse is cast with mission insignia, featuring stylized design elements of the U.S. flag and an eagle, alongside a bust in profile of Greek god Apollo. Figures are set against a detailed space ground featuring the moon and ringed planets. Scene is circumscribed by title, ”Apollo XVII / Cernan-Evans-Schmitt”. Reverse reads, ”Launch / Dec. 6, 1972 / Taurus-Littrow / Dec. 11, 1972 / Entry / Dec. 19, 1972”, circumscribed, ”America – Challenger / Apollo XVII The Beginning”. Coin measures 1.25” and is made of sterling silver, housed in its original ”Robbins Company” plastic box with an ”41” sticker on the bottom. Fine. With an LOA from Apollo 13 astronaut Jack Swigert’s sister.  Sold for $56,250.
Apollo Flown Checklist Jack Swigert's Own Apollo 17 Flown Robbins Medal, Serial Number 41 Apollo Flown Checklist Jack Swigert's Own Apollo 17 Flown Robbins Medal, Serial Number 41 Apollo Flown Checklist Jack Swigert's Own Apollo 17 Flown Robbins Medal, Serial Number 41 Apollo Flown Checklist Jack Swigert's Own Apollo 17 Flown Robbins Medal, Serial Number 41
Apollo Flown Checklist Jack Swigert's Own Apollo 17 Flown Robbins Medal, Serial Number 41 Apollo Flown Checklist Jack Swigert's Own Apollo 17 Flown Robbins Medal, Serial Number 41
Jack Swigert’s Own Apollo 17 Flown Robbins Medal, Serial Number 41 / Click above for larger image.
FREE APPRAISAL for your Apollo flown checklist.  EMAIL Nate@NateDSanders.com.  We at The Nate D. Sanders Auction House (http://www.NateDSanders.com) estimate your Apollo flown checklist to be worth at least $17,500.  A complete Apollo 11 flown checklist is worth hundreds of thousands of dollars.  Just a page from an Apollo 11 checklist is worth approximately $20,000.

Share Your Thoughts!

This site is protected by Comment SPAM Wiper.
Copyright 2016 © Nate D. Sanders, Inc. All Rights Reserved. Use of this website constitutes acceptance of our User Agreement