By Roman | April 13, 2011 - 10:18 am - Posted in Expensivest

Apollo 11 navigational chartWhen it comes to collecting some people just prefer stuff that’s out of this world. In case you’re one of them, we have a list for you of the top 10 most expensive space memorabilia items ever.

  1. Apollo 11 navigational chart – This chart was used by Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin to figure out exactly where on the moon they were after their famous landing back in 1969. Add to that the fact that it was signed by Aldrin and it’s no wonder this is the world’s most expensive piece of space memorabilia ever, it sold for $218,000.00 USD in auction back in 2009.
  2. Falcon lunar module’s Attitude Control joystick from Apollo 15 – $206,000
  3. Charles Duke Jr’s Apollo 16 wrist mounted checklist – $206,000
  4. Alan Shepard’s Gemini space suit – $187,500
  5. Apollo 11 flight plan – $152,000
  6. Rolex watch worn to aboard Apollo 17 by Ron Evans – $131,450
  7. Michael Collins’ Apollo 11 patch – $85,400
  8. Buzz Aldrin’s Apollo 11 slide rule – $77,675
  9. Apollo crewman optical alignment sight – $65,725
  10. Apollo 14 space suit name tag – $59,750

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