RR Auction Home
Current Auction Is Open For Bidding
 
Home |Sitemap|Contact Us| Past Auctions  
 How to Bid   Register to Bid   Auctions   Consign   About Us   Featured Lots   Reviews 
Bidder Login
Show Password

New Bidder Registration
Forgot your password?

The Current Auction
Ends February 10th
Presidents Auction Preview
Begins Feb 11
Search
Advanced Search
By Item Number
Gallery Search
Past Auction Search
Bidding
How Do I Bid?
What is BidTracker™?
New Bidder Registration
The 30-Minute Rule
Terms and Conditions
New to RR Auction?
About Us
Testimonials
Register to Bid
Jobs at RR Auction
Press Releases
Consign to RR Auction
How to Consign
2021 Auction Calendar
Jan 13
Jan 21
Feb 10
Feb 18
Mar 10
Mar 18
  View All Dates & Deadlines

Item 8291 - Apollo 13 Lunar Module Flown Stowage Assembly Catalog 581 (Apr 2020)

Back To Previous Page
(we are no longer accepting bids on this item)
Estimate: $6,000.00 +
Sold Price: $7,917.50 (includes buyer's premium)

Description


Impressive flown stowage assembly cover with straps carried into lunar orbit aboard the Lunar Module Aquarius during the Apollo 13 mission, measuring approximately 13″ x 3.25″, made of Beta cloth and featuring button snaps to either end. The strap is attractively mounted and double-matted with NASA ‘meatball’ and Apollo 13 insignia patches, a descriptive plaque, and a large photo of Swigert handing over a hose assembly with a similar strap; framed in a museum-quality display with UV-resistant glass to an overall size of 22 x 27.25. In very fine condition. Accompanied by a certificate of authenticity from The Space Collective, outlining the history of this piece: "The flown stowage assembly cover with straps…came from the collection of William 'Bill' Looney, Grumman Lunar Module Test Manager from Feb 1966 to Feb 1973. The material was given to Bill by his boss, Ted Mormon, and was left over from the creation of the Apollo 13 Grumman Awards. Bill worked at Grumman for 35 years and was the Lunar Module Test Manager at Kennedy Space Center for Apollo's 10, 13, and 15, and supported Apollo 5 (the first LM to fly) and Apollo 11."

Terms and abbreviations used in our descriptions.

Images


Click image to enlarge Click image to enlarge

Important Information


Tips For Consignors

Auctions

For a complete list of auction beginning and ending dates, check our dates and deadlines page.