Space Exploration Artifacts

Our fascination with space exploration has only increased since the space program slowed to a halt. To coincide with the 48th anniversary of the Apollo 11 landing, this collection of artifacts will be available for auction. Items include flown mission artifacts, items from astronauts and cosmonauts personal collections, and beautiful space photography. One of the highlights of the lot is the lunar sample return bag containing remnants of lunar dust used by Neil Armstrong on the Apollo 11 mission that was mistakenly discarded before turning up in a private collection two years ago. The auction starts this week and is the first space exploration lot from Sotheby's since the successful Russian Space History sales in the 1990s.

  • Dharma Initiative Beer

    It's been over seven years since we saw Jack's eyes close in the same way they opened at the beginning of Lost in 2004. The series about the survivors of Oceanic Airlines Flight 815 and the mysterious island they inhabited still holds a place in the minds of those who watched it. These three cans of Dharma Initiative Beer are a perfect way to pay tribute to the show in your own bar. Curiously, two of the cans feature heavy soiling and distress, while the third is opened, slightly crushed, and yet in far better condition, suggesting Sawyer (or one of the other characters, but let's be honest, it was probably him) may have enjoyed it during filming.

  • Apple Sneakers

    Rainbow logo? Check. Garamond type? Check. A questionable sense of style? Check. These Apple Sneakers tick all the boxes of early-'90s Cupertino. Produced exclusively for the company's employees, these shoes are a rare artifact from one of the darkest periods in Apple's history. They're a size 9 1/2 (not that you're going to wear them), arrive with StockX authentication, and are going up for auction on eBay Sunday, Jun 11.

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