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Item 4315 - Apollo 11 Lithograph Set Catalog 538 (Oct 2018)

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Estimate: $4,000.00 +
Sold Price: $4,446.75 (includes buyer's premium)


Hugely sought-after trio of limited edition Apollo 11 prints: a 19 x 29 lithograph of Neil Armstrong in his flight suit prior to the Apollo 11 mission, numbered 942/1000, signed in pencil by Armstrong and by the artist, Paul Calle, who signs beneath his preprinted signature; and a pair of 17 x 27 giclees by Thomas Smith, done in the style of Calle's Armstrong portrait: one of Buzz Aldrin wearing the famous 'Snoopy cap' communications carrier, numbered 42/200, signed in the lower border in pencil, "Buzz Aldrin" and "Thomas A. Smith,” and the other of Michael Collins in the 'Snoopy cap,' numbered 42/50, signed neatly in the lower border in pencil, "Michael Collins" and again by Smith. In overall fine to very fine condition. The Armstrong lithograph is accompanied by its original 19 x 29 presentation folder with affixed printed title, "Neil Armstrong by Paul Calle," (placed over the original James Doolittle label), and the uncommon printed certificate showing an image captioned "Paul Calle and Neil Armstrong sign the prints at the National Air and Space Museum on December 23, 1976." Both the Aldrin and Collins giclees are accompanied by certificates of authenticity from Novaspace. OVERSIZED

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