Auction No. 754 is finished. Space History Sale Friday, Jan 27, 2017, 3 pm EST >Upcoming Auctions Galactic memorabilia, fragments of space shuttles and detonated meteorites will be featured in this space auction ... Read more Online Auction Berlin, Germany Sold for 3,000.00 € Starting price 1,300.00 € Estimate 2,600.00 € close How bidding works Bidding forms Bidding increments Auction announcements Livestream Live bids can be placed during the auction, or over the phone. You can also place bids in advance using our absentee bidding form. Telephone bidding Print, sign and return the telephone bid form. A member of our team will update you on the bidding live over the phone. Deutsch English 华 [華] русский >Formular herunterladen >Download form >表 [表] 下载 [下載] >Скачать бланк Absentee bidding Print, sign and return the absentee bid form. Bids up to your maximum bid will then be placed for you. Prior to the auction you can also enter bids online. Deutsch English 华 [華] русский >Formular herunterladen >Download form >表 [表] 下载 [下載] >Скачать бланк Bid increments at auction How high must the next bid be? You’ll find bid increments for items up to the value of 4,000,000 euros in the table below. Bid increments are used by our auctioneers to set the next bid. They apply to every auction on Auctionata. Bids from Bid increment Bids from Bid increment € 10 +€ 1 € 20 +€ 2 € 40 +€ 5 € 100 +€ 10 € 200 +€ 20 € 400 +€ 50 € 1,000 +€ 100 € 2,000 +€ 200 € 4,000 +€ 500 € 10,000 +€ 1,000 € 20,000 +€ 2,000 € 40,000 +€ 5,000 € 100,000 +€ 10,000 € 200,000 +€ 20,000 € 400,000 +€ 50,000 € 1,000,000 +€ 100,000 € 2,000,000 +€ 200,000 € 4,000,000 +€ 500,000 Officially announced public auction Auctionata Paddle8 AG has been approved to conduct this sale at auction by the regulatory authority of Berlin-Charlottenburg. Our auction studio Havelstudios Filmateliers & Postproduktion Havelchaussee 161 14055 Berlin Regulatory authority Berlin Charlottenburg Auction announcements 09. Januar 2017 Lot 9: This overall is a prototype of a new generation of space-suits, which was worn the first time 1982. Lot 19: This flown board letter was brought to the ISS by the Russians and was returned to earth in a space-shuttle. This fact is rare as the NASA denied to transport mail for collector’s purpose only. Lot 33: The correct measurements are 12.6 x 10.000 cm. Lot 39: The making of the illustration was documented in fast motion for a serial program ‘Space Nicht’ by the BR in the production ‘Wie Space Art entsteht - D. van Ravenswaay’. 27 January 2017 Lot 13: This lot is an envelope celebrating 40 years of manned spaceflight. Location of auction studio: Havelchaussee 161 14055 Berlin Auctionata AG has been approved to conduct this sale at auction by the regulatory authority of Berlin-Charlottenburg. Information about the livestream auction Please ensure that you have a fast internet connection to enjoy the best livestream auction experience. As an Android user you can access our website and participate in the auction as well. Our iOS App allows you to easily follow and bid via your iPhone or iPad. close 对于中国竞拍人的特别服务 我们为来自中国的竞拍人在我们的在线拍卖中提供完美的服务: 在拍卖的前后我们的一个工作人员会来帮助您，他将用中文回答您所有围绕拍卖的问题和请求。在拍卖期间您的电话竞价也由中国人来服务，所以问题也可以通过聊天室用中文来回答。这就是如今的拍卖 电话 +49 30 9832 0221 邮箱 firstname.lastname@example.org close About this auction Galactic memorabilia, fragments of space shuttles and detonated meteorites will be featured in this space auction and will not only inspire philatelists and space fans, but all the others, too, because: the mysteries of the universe are absolutely captivating. --- In addition to missile parts, flags, silica tiles or star charts, letters, books or photographs with original signatures are also offered, all of which originate from the important collection of a space artist. Not only are remnants of NASA missions part of the extensive offer, but also objects of Soviet respectively Russian expeditions and not least of Chinese spaceflights. Among the absolute highlights are the flown Soyuz T-5 procedure manual of cosmonaut Anatoly Nikolayevich Berezovoy from 1981/82, as well as the ‘Forel’ space rescue suit of Klaus-Dietrich Flade from the 1990s. The fragment of the Chelyabinsk Meteor, LL5/6-Lithology, which crashed in the Urals in 2013, is of the highest value, as are the three original documents of the stamp ‘First Man on the Moon’ by Paul Calle. A silica tile of Orbiter Space Shuttle Endeavour from the 1980s as well as a signed black and white photo of the cosmonauts Vostok 1-4 from the 60s round off the astronomical offer.