G o r d on   C o o p e r

 

Gordon Cooper

 

Farthest Reaches is pleased to announce a partnership with the family of the late Mercury, Gemini and Apollo Astronaut, Leroy Gordon "Gordo" Cooper to present artifacts from his personal collection. Colonel Cooper was one of the original 7 Mercury astronauts and flew the final Mercury flight, "Faith 7" in 1963. He also commanded the first long duration Gemini flight, Gemini 5, with Charles "Pete" Conrad on the famous "8 Days or Bust" mission. Gordo was also the back up commander of Apollo 10 before retiring from NASA.

 

Colonel Cooper had a long and successful military career as a test pilot, a NASA Group 1 astronaut, as well as a long relationship with the Disney Company where he worked on aerospace related items to be presented to the public at the Disney parks.  Farthest Reaches is proud to be working with his wife, Mrs. Suzy Cooper, to present you with a wide variety of items, some being very unique from one of the original NASA astronauts.

 








  

Pre NASA

 

 

Gordon Cooper's Air Force Institute Of Technology Report Card for quarter ending June, 1956 

This is a very cool if not unique item, never offered for sale before.  This is one of 4 different Air Force Institute of Technology Report Cards for L. Gordon Cooper Jr. who received his Bachelor's Degree in Aeronautical Engineering from that program.  This particular one was for the quarter ending June 8, 1956 which I assume was his last quarter as he received his diploma on August 28, 1956 (see diploma above). The scan's speak for themselves.  This is a wonderful item that you will not come across again and priced very reasonably. 

 

#Cooper - AF Inst. of Technology Report Card - 6/56
$200

 

 

 
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Gordon Cooper's FCC Authorization for operating
radiotelephone equipment on aircraft.
 

 

The FCC Badge authorized Gordon Cooper to operate radiotelephone equipment on aircraft.  It was issued on June 1, 1949 well before Gordo's NASA days.  It states,

 

"This authorization is temporary but unless qualified or countermanded by the Commission within 90 days becomes valid for a period of 5 years from date.".  It is hand signed by Cooper in black ballpoint as you can see in the scan. 

 

The reverse side labeled "Warning" indicates the rules and parameters required in to maintain this authorization in good standing and the front side by Gordo's signature indicates that he has read and agrees to the "Warning" terms.

 

It's clear that this wallet sized card was hand carried for some time given it's wear.  It's an amazing, piece of early aviation history from the life of a young aviator whose future radio communications would be from a Mercury spacecraft to men on earth. 

 

#Cooper - FCC Authorization
$500

 

Gordon Cooper's USAF Instrument Certificate
 with Expiration date of March 6th, 1956

 

This card measuring 2.25" x 3" indicates that Captain Leroy G. Cooper has met the requirements for an instrument certificate.  His pilot rating is given as 3.2 with total hours of 1492:25. This certificate qualified aviator Cooper for Ground Controlled Approach.  These certificates were issued yearly.  In great condition.

 

#Cooper - FCC Authorization 1956
$200

 

Gordon Cooper's USAF Instrument Certificate
 with Expiration date of March 6th, 1957

 

This card measuring 2.25" x 3" indicates that Captain Leroy G. Cooper has met the requirements for an instrument certificate.  His pilot rating is given as 3.2 with total hours of 1789:30. This certificate qualified aviator Cooper for Ground Controlled Approach.  These certificates were issued yearly.  In great condition.

 

#Cooper - FCC Authorization 1957
$200

 

Gordon Cooper's USAF Instrument Certificate
 with Expiration date of March 6th, 1958

 

This card measuring 2.25" x 3" indicates that Captain Leroy G. Cooper has met the requirements for an instrument certificate.  His pilot rating indicates total hours of 1967:30. This certificate qualified aviator Cooper for Ground Controlled Approach.  These certificates were issued yearly.  In great condition.

 

#Cooper - FCC Authorization 1958
$200

 

Gordon Cooper's USAF Instrument Certificate
 with Expiration date of March 6th, 1959

 

This card measuring 2.25" x 3" indicates that Captain Leroy G. Cooper has met the requirements for an instrument certificate.  His Senior Plt. rating indicates total hours of 2142. This certificate qualified aviator Cooper for Ground Controlled Approach.  These certificates were issued yearly. In great condition.

 

#Cooper - FCC Authorization 1959
$225

 
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Project Mercury
 
 

Faith 7 Flown Heat Shield  Plug in Capsule Lucite Display
 from the Personal Collection of Astronaut Gordon Cooper
 

 

This beautiful capsule shaped Lucite containing a substantial piece of Faith 7 heat shield is mounted on a desk set with pen holders on both sides (writing implements missing).  The brass plaque is engraved as follows:

"Section of Heat Shield From
"Mercury Faith #7"
Longest Mercury Flight
21 Orbits
L. Gordon Cooper Jr.
15th & 16th May 1963

 

The wood base measures 12" x 6" and has a felt covered underside.  These capsule shaped Lucites contniue to be highly sought after and particularly those that come directly from a Mercury Asstronaut's personal collection.

 

#Cooper: Faith 7 Lucite Capsule Display w/ Heat Shield Fragment
$2800  SOLD

 

 

Faith 7 Flown Heat Shield  Plug in Lucite Display
 from the Personal Collection of Astronaut Gordon Cooper

Offered here is a section measuring, 3/4" x 1/2" x 1" and sealed in a 2 1/4" diameter x 1 1/2" cylinder mounted on a 3" square base.  The base is engraved on all four sides:

 

Gordon Cooper

546,156 miles,

MA#9  5-15-63

22 Orbits

 

This item would make a wonderful desk or bookshelf display.

 

#Cooper: Faith 7 Heat shield Fragment  
$2500 SOLD

 

 

 

 

 

Astronaut Handrail From Gantry At Complex 14 Used In the Manned Mercury Program
February 20, 1962 - May 15, 1963

This cylindrical piece of hand rail is 3 3/4" long x 1 5/8" in diameter.  It was presented to Gordon Cooper following his Mercury launch.  It sits in a square wood base measuring 4"x4" and with affixed engraved plaque as you can see in the scan.  A wonderful memento of days gone by for the Project Mercury program.  Very rare in this state.

 

#Cooper - Astronaut Handrail
$1500

 

 

Very uncommon photo of the Mercury 7 Astronauts hand signed in vintage style by all
from the Cooper Family Collection

Offered here is a very uncommon 11" x 14" image of the Mercury 7 Astronauts produced by McDonnell Aircraft Corporation.  It has been hand signed by all of the Mercury 7 in their vintage signature style.  While the photo is discolored from age and being on display in Gordon Cooper's office, the signatures look as though they were just signed yesterday.  The dedication is: " To Col & Mrs. Leroy G. Cooper with best wishes from the Mercury Astronauts"  In very good condition and directly from the astronaut's personal collection, making it highly desirable. 


#Cooper-Mercury 7 signed photo
$4600

 

 

 

Cooper History of Aviation Award

 History of Aviation Award
presented to Astronaut L. Gordon Cooper, Jr.
by the Hawthorne Chamber of Commerce on August 24, 1991

 

This impressive "History of Aviation" award presented to Gordo Cooper by the Hawthorne (California) Chamber of Commerce measures 15" x 8.5".  It was presented to him on August 24th 1991 and remained in his possession until being given to Farthest Reaches for it's sale following his passing.  It is one of the more attractive awards I've seen and would make a great display piece for any serious space collection. 


 #Cooper - History of Aviation Award
$695

 

 

 

 

Eye Glasses owned and worn by Astronaut L. Gordon Cooper, Jr.

 

These eye glasses were owned and worn for many years by Astronaut Gordon Cooper.  They were given to Farthest Reaches LLC for the purpose of their sale in 2015. It is one of the more attractive awards I've seen and would make a great display piece for any serious space collection. 


 #Cooper - Worn Eye Glasses
$695

 

 

 

 

The Triumph Of Astronaut L. Gordon Cooper, Jr. and the Faith 7: May 15-16 1963
hand signed by Gordon Cooper

The Triumph Of Astronaut L. Gordon Cooper, Jr. and the Faith 7: May 15-16 1963
NASA, Washington, DC, 1963, 48 pgs.

 

The last manned flight in the Mercury Series of missions. This flight of the Faith 7 was notable for Cooper taking control of the capsule during re-entry. Previous flights had been entirely controlled by autopilot. The flight consisted of 22 orbits of Earth and was the first time that television images were broadcast from space to earth. Cooper received a hero's welcome- much of which is shown here. This scarce publication is 11.5 by 9 inches and 48 pages long- full of photographs of the mission, training for the mission and his celebrated return. Whereas this type of material is fairly common for the Apollo missions these earlier missions had smaller print runs for most publications. This copy comes from Gordon Cooper's personal collection and is hand signed accordingly on it's cover.


 #Cooper - Triumph
$150

 

 

 

Gordon Cooper's MA-8 White Room Access Badge

 

L. Gordon Cooper served as back-up crew for Mercury Astronaut Wally Schirra's MA-8 Mission.  This badge was worn by Cooper in the White Room and it was Cooper who assisted Schirra into the Sigma 7 on launch day.  If only a badge could talk, what stories it would tell ! 

 

Making this badge even more desirable is that it has been embellished with original artwork by Mercury Artist Cece Bibby.  Her color drawing was added during Gordo's days as back-up to Wally Schirra.  She and Gordo were great friends and both spent considerable time in the White Room. 

 

Comes with it's plastic holder and clip and is simply stunning.  A unique piece of space program history made even more so given how rare Project Mercury artifacts worn by the astronauts themselves are to come by.  In outstanding condition.

 

#Cooper - MA-8 White Room Badge
$1200

 

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Gordon Cooper's USAF Instrument Certificate
 with Expiration date of March 6th, 1962

 

This card measuring 2.25" x 3" indicates that Captain Leroy G. Cooper has met the requirements for an instrument certificate.  His pilot rating of 2.1 indicates total hours of 2519. This certificate qualified aviator Cooper for Ground Controlled Approach.  These certificates were issued yearly. This card was issued to Captain Cooper during his assignment to NASA. In great condition.

 

#Cooper - FCC Authorization 1962
$375

 

Gordon Cooper's USAF Instrument Certificate
 with Expiration date of March 6th, 1963

 

This card measuring 2.25" x 3" indicates that Captain Leroy G. Cooper has met the requirements for an instrument certificate.  His pilot rating of 1.1 indicates total hours of 2299. This certificate qualified aviator Cooper for Ground Controlled Approach.  These certificates were issued yearly. This card was issued to Captain Cooper during his assignment to NASA. In great condition.

 

#Cooper - FCC Authorization 1963
$375

 

Gordon Cooper's FAA Medical Certificate - Second Class
Issued on March 4, 1960

 

This certificate issued on March 4th, 1960 deems Gordon Cooper physically air worthy.  It is hand signed by the Air Force Medical Examiner AND hand signed by Cooper himself.  The reverse of this certificate requires that this certificate be in the personal possession of the "Airman" at ALL TIMES. This certificate was issued to Captain Cooper during his assignment to NASA. In great condition.

 

#Cooper - Medical Certificate 1960
$750

 

Gordon Cooper's State of Texas Drivers License - Exp. 4/4/68

 

This State of Texas Drivers License was carried with Gordo every day as you can imagine.  It was issued while Gordo was still with NASA (he retired on July 31, 1970).  Though his signature is somewhat smeared, there's no denying that nothing is more personal and carried more regularly a drivers license, making this a highly desirable memento from the "best pilot you've ever seen!" 

 

#Cooper - Texas Drivers License
$350

 

 

"Key To The City" Newark, NJ - Awarded to Gordon Cooper following his Successful Faith 7 Mission

The "Key To The City" shown here was presented to Mercury Astronaut Gordon Cooper following his Faith 7 Mission.  It is engraved with the name of the City on one side and the Mayor's name on the other.  Presenting one with such an award is considered a great honor and no one deserved it more than Gordo.

 

#Cooper - NJ Key

$250 SOLD

 

 

"Key To The City" Indianapolis, Indiana - Awarded to Gordon Cooper following his Successful Faith 7 Mission

The "Key To The City" shown here was presented to Mercury Astronaut Gordon Cooper following his Faith 7 Mission.  It is engraved with Indianapolis Mayor Richard G. Lugar and the name of the city on one side.  The bottom side is flat.    Presenting one with such an award is considered a great honor and no one deserved it more than Gordo.

 

#Cooper - Indianpolis Key

$250 SOLD

 

 

 

Hand Signed Mercury Era Covers

  

Gordon Cooper hand signed "Orbit" cover cancelled 5/22/63 at New York, NY.  This was the day of his ticker tape parade following the succesful Faith 7 flight.

 

#Cooper-Mercury Cvr. 2

$75

 

 

Gordon Cooper hand signed launch cover. Beautiful cachet. Cancelled May 15, 1963 at Cape Canaveral.

 

 #Cooper-Mercury Cvr. 3

$85


  

 

Gordon Cooper hand signed cover with very colorful cahcet.  Cancelled 6/29/63 at Tecumseh, OK.  This was the day of Cooper's homcoming and parade following his Faith 7 flight. 

 

#Cooper-Mercury Cvr. 5 

$75



 

Gordon Cooper hand signed cover commemorating Houston's first ticker tape parade on May 23, 1963.  Cancelled in Houston, TX on that day but somhow over the years the stamp itself fell off.  In beautiful condition. 

 

#Cooper-Mercury Cvr. 6 

$65

 

Gordon Cooper hand signed "Space City" launch cover cancelled 5/15/63 at Cape Canaveral, FL 

 

#Cooper-Mercury Cvr. 7 

$85

 

 

 

 

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Project Gemini

 

Gordon Cooper's "Harmon Trophy" -
for World's Most Outstanding Aviator in 1963
from the Cooper Family Collection

 

 

Offered here is one of the most prestigious award ever presented to an aviator/astronaut.  It is the Harmon Trophy and this one was awarded to L. Gordon Cooper by Lyndon Johnson at a ceremony held in the White House on September 14, 1964. The certificate shown in the scan accompanied the trophy and is authentically hand signed by then President Lyndon B. Johnson himself.  

Just a bit of history about this award.  In 1926, Clifford B Harmon, a wealthy real estate investor, balloonist and aviator, set up the International League of Aviators and instituted a set of three annual trophies to be awarded to outstanding achievers in aviation in three different domains in the previous year. These were the Harmon Trophies. This is how the Harmon Trophy Story began. The Harmon Trust describes the awards to be:


“American awards for the most outstanding international achievements in the arts and/or science of aeronautics for the preceding year, with the art of flying receiving first consideration.”
 

When Harmon died in 1945, he left behind $55,000 of his estate to be used in perpetuity for the awards. The awards were initially mired in litigations and are subjected to court orders on their governance. There has also been some controversy about the selection of awardees. However during the golden age of American Aviation, the Harmon Trophy was awarded to some of the brightest names in aviation that included to name a few:

1.  Charles Lindbergh
2.  Wiley Post
3.  Amelia Earhart
4.  Howard Hughes
5.  James Doolittle
6.  Chuck Yeager
7.  Frank Everest
8.  Scott Crossfield
9.  Curtis LeMay

The list goes on and on but as you can see, only the best of the best have been presented with this award.  For more about the prestigious Harmon Trophy follow this link:

Harmon Trophy Information and History.

 

The original awards were 24-inch-tall bronze statues.  The aviator trophy depicts World War I flying ace Raoul Lufbery launching a biplane set next to an eagle about to take wing. The statuette was created by sculptor Roumanbona M'Divani.  It's quite heavy given it's made of bronze and absolutely stunning as you can see in the photo provided here.

This trophy was PROUDLY displayed in Gordon Cooper's office for all of the years following it being presented to him by President Johnson and is now being offered for sale by his family thorugh Farthest Reaches LLC. 

This may be the only time you will have an opportunity to own the rarely awarded trophy that was reserved for the best of the best.  This beautiful piece of art could easily be found in a museum and in fact, one is on display at the Smithsonian in Washington, DC.  It doesn't get any better than this.

         

#Cooper: Harmon Trophy  
$SOLD

 

 

 

 

Vintage NASA Flight Suit  Owned and Worn by Astronaut Gordon Cooper

Offered here is Gordon Cooper's NASA flight suit.  This is NOT a reproduction but rather his actual owned and worn NASA flight suit.  As you can see it has affixed the NASA Meatball emblem. On the left side is the NASA Meatball emblem.  This garment is a Flite Wear Flight Suit (size 38 Reg) made by Land Mfg. Co. of Kansas and is in excellent condition.

Vintage NASA garments owned and worn by actual Mercury Astronauts are incredibly hard to come by. This comes with a photo LOA hand signed by Suzan Carpenter attesting to it's history and chain of ownership.   

 

#Cooper NASA Flight Suit
$3000

 

 

 

 


Gemini Summary Conference

NASA, SP-138, February 1-2, 1967, 345 pages.

 

Proceedings of the NASA summary conference for the Gemini Program.  Printed on coated paper in b/w and color, the conference consisted of 21 technical papers and appendices.  Illustrated with fraphs, tables and photos.  The papers were grouped into five categaories: Space Orbital Maneuvering, Man's Activities in Space, Operational Experience, Gemini Onboaqrd Experiments and Gemini Summarization.  A very difficult to come by publication and this one belonging to Gordon Cooper makes it even more desirable. 

 

Cooper - Gemini Summary Conference
$425

 

 

Letter to Gordon Cooper from the
Commanding Officer of USS Lake Champlain
Dated 3 August 1965

 

This letter sent from James C. Longino, Jr., Commanding Officer of the USS Lake Champlain welcomes Gordo in advance of his anticipated GT-5 splashdown and recovery at which time he would be that ship's latest guest.  Longino goes on to ask Gordo if there is anything he'd like to have onbarrd ship during his stay, such as a favorite meal or piece of music.  He closes by wishing Gordo, "a very good ride."

 

This one of a kind letter is hand signed by CO Longino includes original envelope.  It is in great condition as you can see by the scan.    

 

#Cooper - "Champlain Letter 
$250

 

 

 

Hand Signed Gemini Covers

 

Gordon Cooper hand signed Gemini cover cancelled on splashdown day of 8/29/65 at Cape Canaveral, FL.  Beautiful cachet.

 

#Cooper Mem - Gemini Cvr. 1

$75

 

Gordon Cooper hand signed Gemini cover cancelled on launch of 8/21/65 at Cape Canaveral, FL.

 

#Cooper Mem - Gemini Cvr. 2

85

 

 

Gordon Cooper hand signed Gemini cover cancelled on launch day of 8/21/65 at Cape Canaveral, FL.

 

#Cooper Mem - Cvr. 3

$85

  

Gordon Cooper hand signed Gemini recovery force cover cancelled on recovery date of 8/29/65 onboard USS Lake Champlain (GT-V Prime Recovery Ship) 

 

#Cooper Mem - Cvr. 6 

$85


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Other
if it doesn't fit anywhere else, you'll find it here!

 

Crystalline Rocks From Mare Tranquillitatis: Preliminary
Petrologic Inferences by P.D. Lowman, Jr.
Goddard Space Flight Center, Greenbelt, December 1969, 18 pgs,

 

This publication details the preliminary rock petrographic studies of two crystalline rock samples returned from the Apollo 11 mission to Mare Tranquillitatis.  Contains text, charts, statistics and photos.  This is the copy issued to Astronaut Gordon Cooper who has printed his name at the top right corner as well as having hand signed it on it's cover as you can see in the scan.  This vintage document represents one of the early studies of samples brought back from man's first landing on the moon and from a pioneer astronaut's personal files.  Excellent condition. 

 

#Cooper - Crystalline Rocks
$295

 

 

Cancelled check hand signed by Astronaut Gordon Cooper


 

This check made is hand signed by Gordon Cooper. This is an unquestionably authentic signature and comes from the Cooper Family's personal files. The one pictured here IS a representive sample of what you will receive.  Several are available if interested but please do NOT ask for scans of multiple checks for review.  It's dealers choice.

 

#Cooper - Hand Signed Cancelled Check 
$125

 

 

 

 

"The Spirit of St. Louis" by Charles Lindbergh hand signed and
dedicated by Lindbergh to Astronaut Gordon Cooper

"The Spirit of St. Louis"

by Charles A. Lindberg
(Scribners, 1953, HC, 562 pgs) 
 

This publishers hard cover edition of "The Spirit of St. Louis" is a rare jewel.  As you can see, it has been hand signed and dedicated by Lindberg himself to pioneer

 

Mercury/Gemini Astronaut Gordon Cooper who had the distinct honor of knowing Lindberg.  Signed copies of this title are highly sought after as aviator Charles Lindberg was the Neil Armstrong of his day but the extra appeal of it having been dedicated to a Mercury Astronaut, pushes it's uniqueness over the top.  The dust jacket is somewhat worn but in better condition as most you will see of this title. The book itself is in excellent condition, tight, clean, bright and fully intact. 

 

Aviation and manned space program history collide to bring you this amazing offering.  It just doesn't' get any better than this.  Please feel free to email or call with additional questions.....          

 

#Cooper - "Spirit"  
$3800

 

 

 

“Leap of Faith"

by Gordon Cooper with Bruce Henderson
Uncorrected Proof
Harper Collins, New York, August 2000, First Ed, First Printing, HC, 227 pages

 

This autobiography of Astronaut Gordon Cooper is an unread uncorrected proof of the hardcover.  It comes from Col. Cooper's personal library.  We have a few of these available.  These are UNSIGNED but quite hard to find in this state.

 

#Cooper - Leap of Faith Uncorrected Proof
$125

 

 

“Leap of Faith"

by Gordon Cooper with Bruce Henderson
Harper Collins, N.Y., 2000, 1st Ed, 1st Printing, HC, 227 pages

 

This is autobiography of Astronaut Gordon Cooper is hand signed by Gordo on the title page in black ballpoint. This is an unread copy in “As New” condition that comes from Col. Cooper's personal library.  Please note that several copies are available and this scan is a representative sample.

 

#Cooper - Leap of Faith
$145

"To Rule The Night" by James B. Irwin
with William A. Emerson 

Holman, Nashville, 1973, 1st Ed, 2nd printing, HC, 251 pgs
 

The story of Irwin's trip to the moon and the journey of faith that followed is told in this book.  DJ is in G and book in VG+ to NF condition.  It is dedicated to Gordon Cooper by James Irwin who writes,  "To Gordo.....My very best wishes for your life....Jim Irwin"  Very nice...

 

#Cooper: Rule the Night
$275

 

"For Spacious Skies"

by Scott Carpenter and Kris Stoever Harcourt, NY, 2002, 1st Ed., 1st. Printing, HC, 370 pgs.
 

As it's cover suggests, this is the story of the uncommon journey of a Scott Carpenter, a very uncommon human being and an original Mercury Astronaut.  This copy is hand signed by Scott and co-author Chirs Stoever who dedicated this copy, "To Gordo and Susan"  This was Gordon Cooper's personal copy and was kept in his library.

 

#Cooper: Spacious Skies
$325


"For Spacious Skies"

by Scott Carpenter and Kris Stoever
Uncorrected Proof Harcourt, NY, 2002, 1st Ed, 1st. Printing, Proof, 370 pgs.
 

This is the "Uncorrected Proof" of  "For Spacious Skies" by Scott Carpenter. Gordon Cooper's personal proof of friend Scott Carpenter's upcoming bio.  Comes with card as shown stating that this is coming, "With compliments of Scott Carpenter and Kris Stoever. UNSIGNED

 

#Spacious Skies Proof
$95

"Honest John"
by Walker "Bud" Mahurin

Putnam, NY, 1962, 1st. Ed., 313 pgs.
 

An extremely rare title.  This copy dedicated to Gordo by Bud Mahurin who inscribes, "Dear Gordy, Hope you enjoy reading this as much as I enjoyed doing some of it.  It was a good war but I think I'd rather be doing what you're doing.  Cheers, Bud Mahurin".

 

Book is in fine condition with dust jacket that shows some wear, a few tears, and some wrinkling.  Still an exceptionally rare book with a unique dedication to on of the original Mercury 7.    

 

#Cooper : Honest John
$795

 

"Pioneers of Aviation: A Photo Biography"

by D.D. Hatfield

Greenwood, Press, Inglewood, CA, 1st Ed., 1976, Trade Paperback, 204 pgs.
 

One of a series highlighting the biography of Aviation Pioneers.  Dedicated by the author to Gordon Cooper who writes, "To Gordon Cooper, Best Wishes, D.D. Hatfield...3/17/80.      

 

#Cooper: "Pioneers of Aviation"
$65

 

"Voice In The Mirror:
Will The Final Apocalypse Be Averted?"
by Lee Shargel

Inner Eye Books, Ca, 1st. Ed., 1st Printing, HC, 230 pgs.

 

 This is the first book of the Guardian Chronicles, a science fiction title that is hand inscribed to Gordon Cooper by it's author as you can see in the scan. 
  

#Cooper: Voice In The Mirror 
$
45
 

 

 

 

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Alan Bean, "Reaching for the Stars" Textured Canvas Print Signed by 24 Astronauts
 from the personal collection of Astronaut Gordon Cooper


  A rare Artist Proof, hand-numbered #99/150, 26.5" x 33.25" (sight size), handsomely framed to an overall 31.5" x 38".  The blue ink signatures included on this amazing piece include: "Alan Shepard", "John Glenn", "Scott Carpenter", "Gordon Cooper" (representing Mercury), "Jim McDivitt", "Wally Schirra", "Richard Gordon" (representing Gemini), "Walt Cunningham", "Rusty Schweickart", "Buzz Aldrin", "Charles Conrad Jr", "Alan Bean", "James Lovell", "Fred Haise", "Edgar Mitchell", "Al Worden", "Charlie Duke", "Paul Weitz", "Owen Garriott", "Jack Lousma", "Jerry Carr", "Ed Gibson", "Bill Pogue" (representing Skylab), and "Tom Stafford" (representing Apollo-Soyuz).
 

.#Cooper - Reaching For Stars  
$2500