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[AMUNDSEN (Roald, 1872-1928, Norwegian explorer, the first man to reach the South Pole)]

Commemorative stamp from Malawi in the complete sheet celebrating the 100th Anniversary of the First Successful navigation of the Northwest Passage, 4" x 3", Malawi,

Item Date:  2006
Stock No:  39693      £35

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ANGLESEY ROYAL NAVAL AIR STATION

Pictorial Menu of the 'Old Boys Association' 15th Annual Dinner, the cover has a humorous drawing of the cadets trying to secure an airship, which is tangling with a country inn marked 'The White Horse' and a light aircraft, while a bugler sounds the alert, 4 sides 8" x 5", White Horse Restaurant, Holborn, London, 26th January

Item Date:  1935
Stock No:  52747      £25

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ARMSTRONG-38547-1.jpg SIGNED BY SEVEN OF THE TWELVE MOONWALKERS
ARMSTRONG (Neil A., 1930-2012, American Astronaut, 1st Man on the Moon), Charles 'Pete' CONRAD Jr(1930-1999, American Astronaut, 3rd Man to walk on the Moon, Apollo 12), Alan BEAN (born 1932, Astronaut and 4th Man to walk on the Moon, Apollo 12), Alan "Al" SHEPARD Jr. (1923-1998, 5th and oldest person to walk on the Moon, Apollo 14), Edgar MITCHELL (1930-2016, American Astronaut, 6th Man to walk on the Moon, Apollo 14), James 'Jim' IRWIN (1930-1991, American Astronaut, 8th Man to walk on the Moon, Apollo 15) and Charles DUKE (born 1935, 10th and youngest Man to walk on the Moon, Apollo 16)

Official NASA colour reproduction of an artist's drawing depicting an Apollo Lunar module on the surface of the moon in June 1969, signed by seven of the twelve men who walked on the Moon during the Apollo Space project, NASA stamps on the verso, 10" x 8", no place, no date circa

Item Date:  1975
Stock No:  38547      £12500

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ARNOTT (Dr Neil, 1788-1874, sailed to China as a Ship's Surgeon in 1807 & 1810)

Autograph Letter Signed to Mrs Wright, discussing in detail the treatment of measles in children, "if it be commencing measles the precautions which Mrs C has taken are likely to render the attack very mild. Among healthy children the treatment required is measles is nearly the same as in common catarrh - keeping them in a well ventilated bedroom of uniform mild temperature - giving very light nourishment - removing causes of excitement - giving gentle aperient medicine once or twice, using a Diaphoretic Saline mixture ... When the symptoms are more severe with pain in any part of the chest, Leeches have to be applied & other means to be used such as a medical man in attendance might see to be necessary to check inflammatory action ...", 2 sides 8vo., Bedford Square, 14th March

Item Date:  1854
Stock No:  31632      £125

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