Ultra Rare Vintage Royal Crown 3411 Sunglasses Teen 7 Lady Head Vase

Ultra_Rare_Vintage_Royal_Crown_3411_Sunglasses_Teen_7_Lady_Head_Vase_01_byUltra Rare Vintage Royal Crown 3411 Sunglasses Teen 7 Lady Head Vase
Ultra Rare Vintage Royal Crown 3411 Sunglasses Teen 7 Lady Head Vase
Ultra Rare Vintage Royal Crown 3411 Sunglasses Teen 7 Lady Head Vase
Ultra Rare Vintage Royal Crown 3411 Sunglasses Teen 7 Lady Head Vase
Ultra Rare Vintage Royal Crown 3411 Sunglasses Teen 7 Lady Head Vase
Ultra Rare Vintage Royal Crown 3411 Sunglasses Teen 7 Lady Head Vase
Ultra Rare Vintage Royal Crown 3411 Sunglasses Teen 7 Lady Head Vase
Ultra Rare Vintage Royal Crown 3411 Sunglasses Teen 7 Lady Head Vase
Ultra Rare Vintage Royal Crown 3411 Sunglasses Teen 7 Lady Head Vase
Ultra Rare Vintage Royal Crown 3411 Sunglasses Teen 7 Lady Head Vase

Ultra Rare Vintage Royal Crown 3411 Sunglasses Teen 7 Lady Head Vase
VINTAGE ROYAL CROWN 3411 SUNGLASSES TEEN 7 LADY HEAD VASE! To the Premier Collectors, Teen Head Vase with Sunglasses are the Best Catch! I have listed the. Crème de la crème. FROM A PRIVATE COLLECTION IN WILMINGTON NC. There are no chips, no cracks, no repairs. There is crazing on the bottom of vase. Paint loss on the black hat, small manufacture imperfection along. See pictures for best description!! Own the best one ever available! The item “ULTRA RARE VINTAGE ROYAL CROWN 3411 SUNGLASSES TEEN 7 LADY HEAD VASE” is in sale since Sunday, September 20, 2020. This item is in the category “Pottery & Glass\Pottery & China\China & Dinnerware\Other Headvases”. The seller is “klw1069″ and is located in Wilmington, North Carolina. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Featured Refinements: Lady Head Vase
  • Model: 3411
  • Style: Mid-Century Modern
  • Original/Reproduction: Vintage Original
  • MPN: Does Not Apply
  • Brand: Royal Crown

Ultra Rare Vintage Royal Crown 3411 Sunglasses Teen 7 Lady Head Vase

Ultra Rare Verner Panton Fabric Wall Hanging Mira-X 1968-72 Mid Century Modern

Ultra_Rare_Verner_Panton_Fabric_Wall_Hanging_Mira_X_1968_72_Mid_Century_Modern_01_psUltra Rare Verner Panton Fabric Wall Hanging Mira-X 1968-72 Mid Century Modern
Ultra Rare Verner Panton Fabric Wall Hanging Mira-X 1968-72 Mid Century Modern
Ultra Rare Verner Panton Fabric Wall Hanging Mira-X 1968-72 Mid Century Modern
Ultra Rare Verner Panton Fabric Wall Hanging Mira-X 1968-72 Mid Century Modern
Ultra Rare Verner Panton Fabric Wall Hanging Mira-X 1968-72 Mid Century Modern
Ultra Rare Verner Panton Fabric Wall Hanging Mira-X 1968-72 Mid Century Modern
Ultra Rare Verner Panton Fabric Wall Hanging Mira-X 1968-72 Mid Century Modern
Ultra Rare Verner Panton Fabric Wall Hanging Mira-X 1968-72 Mid Century Modern
Ultra Rare Verner Panton Fabric Wall Hanging Mira-X 1968-72 Mid Century Modern
Ultra Rare Verner Panton Fabric Wall Hanging Mira-X 1968-72 Mid Century Modern
Ultra Rare Verner Panton Fabric Wall Hanging Mira-X 1968-72 Mid Century Modern
Ultra Rare Verner Panton Fabric Wall Hanging Mira-X 1968-72 Mid Century Modern

Ultra Rare Verner Panton Fabric Wall Hanging Mira-X 1968-72 Mid Century Modern
From our Spaceship to yours. Let’s meet each other in the airlock and make Love. Verner PANTON Ultra Rare Mira-X Wall Hanging, Original, Modern. Verner Panton original Mira-X printed fabric wall hanging. Ultra rare original Mira-X Fabric from circa 1968. Medium: screenprinted cotton in colors. Size: 41″ width x 39″ height. Framed on Wood Frame. Condition is good considering its age. Some pitting of the fabric on the bottom left as pictured. More images available upon request. Colors are very vibrant. Camera went crazy trying to capture the colors. I will be listing another panel soon. Same colors but with a design of a square instead of circles. The following is filler nonsense. With a remarkable faith in the unlimited possibilities of forms and materials, he worked successfully to create a new set of theories about how a chair should look and how it should seat someone. Experimenting with every material available, and propelled by the rapidly advancing technology of the production processes, he created a body of work that is astounding for its elegance and for the remarkable diversity of his pieces. He was trained at a technical school in Odense, Denmark as an architectural engineer and then at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts in Copenhagen. He worked in Arne Jacobsen’s architectural office from 1950-52, where it is rumored that he was one of the worst workers, ostensibly because he was preoccupied with his own designs. He started his own design office in 1955 and, in the same year, came out with the tubular steel and woven cane “Bachelor” and “Tivoli” chairs. In 1958 his work as the architect of the Applied Art display at the Fredericia Furniture Fair was a harbinger of his non-traditional approach to the tenets of design. Shocking both attendees and artists, he displayed the furniture by hanging it from the ceiling of the stand. With his 1958 “Cone” chair, and the “Heart” chair the following year, both made of upholstered bent sheet metal, he began to subtly change the structure of the chair. The chairs had no discernible back, and no legs, and resembled a sculpted cylinder into which someone would be inserted. Because his chairs, even from the beginning, rarely had traditional legs, critics at the time suggested that they should be called’seats’ rather than try to imagine them as chairs. He revisited this shape in 1963 with the “Wire Cone” chair. The 1960 stacking “Panton” chair, the first to be produced from a single piece of molded plastic, brought Panton international recognition with its modern and unexpected form. It was first shown at the Mobilia club and awarded an A. The shape of the chair, a single curve with no extraneous skeleton was designed to give a soft, rather than rigid, support and it was made is a range of bright colors. Originally produced by Fritz Hansen, it was later picked up and put into mass production by Herman Miller. Panton’s 1966 “S” chair, produced by Thonet, was similar to the “Panton” in shape and was the first single piece cantilevered chair in plywood. He also expanded this shape into the 1963 “Upholstered Seating System” pieces that were longer, stretched out versions, like a completely relaxed “Panton” chair. This series was inspired by Panton’s philosophy that a set of furniture should interact within itself as a kind of chair landscape, which refuses to be just functional. In the late 1960s and early 1970s Panton experimented with a radical series of upholstered environments. He wanted “to encourage people to use their fantasy and make their surroundings more exciting, ” and to this end created the 1963 “Flying” chair, the 1968 “Pantower, ” an upholstered unit with several levels, and the1974 upholstered Sitting Wheel. ” Two chairs he created for Cassina in 1979, “Sisters Emmenthaler” and the “Mrs. Emmenthaler chaise longue, were more playful and figurative, imitating the shape of the body. Panton is also known for his extraordinarily unique and sculptural lighting in plastic and Capiz shells. He employed shells, UFO-like metal and plastic elements, plastic balls and brightly colored or shiny twisted strands of plastic to forward the philosophy set forth by fellow Dane Poul Henningsen that the design of a lamp should obscure the bulb or light source. Some of his most coveted designs from this time include the “Wonderlamp, ” “VP Globe, ” “Spiral Lampen, ” the “Fun” series and the Flowerpot. The body of work produced by Verner Panton represents one of the most progressive and successful of the 20th century. In 1954 the four Scandinavian countries, Denmark, Sweden, Norway and Finland arranged what proved to be the most important marketing effort ever for Scandinavian designthe monumental exhibition Design in Scandinavia. From 1954 to 1957 Design in Scandinavia toured the United States and Canada. The exhibition was presented in 27 cities, and it was a huge success, initiated by The Danish Society of Arts and Crafts and its sister organizations in the other participating countries. Based on the success the four countries established what they called the Scandinavian Design Cavalcade, which had a lot of US press coverage as well. In that connection the July 1959 issue of House Beautiful was centered around The Scandinavian Look in U. Homes, and it was Denmark and Danish Design in particular that the magazine focussed on. Besides the editorial pages, the numerous ads illustrates that Danish modern furniture was increasingly gaining a stronghold among certain groups of American consumers. Importers and retail chains like John Stuart Inc. George Tanier, Raymor and Dunbar etc. From the end of the 1950s Danish Department stores and other retailers produced comprehensive brochures and booklets in English with prices in US Dollars presenting Danish Design to American and other tourists. Without exception, these stores all presented the narrative of Danish modern. Denmark is known all over the world for its exquisite home furnishing, which are characterized by their outstanding design and superb craftsmanship the department store Magasin claimed in its brochure Danish Design. The item “Ultra Rare Verner Panton Fabric Wall Hanging Mira-X 1968-72 Mid Century Modern” is in sale since Saturday, May 9, 2020. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Vintage, Retro, Mid-Century\1970s”. The seller is “skystays32″ and is located in Sonoma, California. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Object Type: Wall Art

Ultra Rare Verner Panton Fabric Wall Hanging Mira-X 1968-72 Mid Century Modern

ULTRA RARE NASA APOLLO LUNAR MODULE HARDWARE Docking Window Protective Cover

ULTRA RARE NASA APOLLO LUNAR MODULE HARDWARE Docking Window Protective Cover
ULTRA RARE NASA APOLLO LUNAR MODULE HARDWARE Docking Window Protective Cover
ULTRA RARE NASA APOLLO LUNAR MODULE HARDWARE Docking Window Protective Cover
ULTRA RARE NASA APOLLO LUNAR MODULE HARDWARE Docking Window Protective Cover
ULTRA RARE NASA APOLLO LUNAR MODULE HARDWARE Docking Window Protective Cover
ULTRA RARE NASA APOLLO LUNAR MODULE HARDWARE Docking Window Protective Cover
ULTRA RARE NASA APOLLO LUNAR MODULE HARDWARE Docking Window Protective Cover
ULTRA RARE NASA APOLLO LUNAR MODULE HARDWARE Docking Window Protective Cover
ULTRA RARE NASA APOLLO LUNAR MODULE HARDWARE Docking Window Protective Cover
ULTRA RARE NASA APOLLO LUNAR MODULE HARDWARE Docking Window Protective Cover
ULTRA RARE NASA APOLLO LUNAR MODULE HARDWARE Docking Window Protective Cover
ULTRA RARE NASA APOLLO LUNAR MODULE HARDWARE Docking Window Protective Cover

ULTRA RARE NASA APOLLO LUNAR MODULE HARDWARE Docking Window Protective Cover
ULTRA RARE NASA APOLLO LUNAR MODULE HARDWARE Docking Window Protective Cover. Ultra Rare NASA Apollo Lunar Module Hardware Docking Window, Clear Polycarbonate Protective Cover, Kennedy Space Center. Was specifically designed and fabricated by Grumman Aircraft Engineering Corporation to protect the Apollo Lunar Module docking window. It remained attached to the LM from the completion of its construction at the Grumman facility in Bethpage, NY, through transport. To the Kennedy Space Center and up until preparations for launch into space. Grumman Aircraft Engineering Corporation was the prime contractor for the Apollo Lunar Module. Approximate dimensions: 15.75 inches x 8.75 inches. The last twelve images are for reference only, including diagrams showing the location of the docking window in the Lunar Module and the protective window cover (highlighted in yellow), as well as photos of the LM docking window. This LM docking window cover originally belonged to a NASA KSC Apollo engineer and famous spaceflight hardware collector, Charles H. An extraordinary Moonship artifact, once attached to an Apollo Lunar Module, and possibly… The Apollo 11 Lunar Module! Lunar Module Docking Window. An overhead docking window is located on the left side of the vehicle directly over the commander’s head. The window provides the commander with the required visibility during the initial phase of the descent to the lunar surface and during the final phase of the docking maneuver. The docking window has approximately 65 square inches (5 by 13 inches) of viewing area. The construction of this rectangular window, shown in figure 8, was similar to that of the forward windows. One exception was that its inner structural pane was not floating; it was bolted to the cabin skin by a metallic edge member bonded to the chemically tempered glass. An additional difference was that the inner pane of the docking window was curved to match the 92-inch diameter of the cabin instead of being flat as the forward windows are. The forward windows are floating and carry only pressure loads. The forward windows were designed to support the cabin pressure as a plate. The docking window is integral to the cabin structure and is therefore subjected to all loads supported by the cabin in addition to the pressure loads. The docking window was designed to support the cabin loads as a membrane. However, the cabin loads in the vicinity of the window (because of other applied loads) are small when compared to the pressure load. As the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 Moon landing is fast approaching, spaceflight missions grow farther reaching and ever bold, while we begin to experience a renaissance of international interest in spaceflight endeavors and technology. Still, only a few know about the possibility of collecting such historically significant artifacts, as these from the Space Programs, but that is beginning to change, in light of these events. Over time, spaceflight artifacts are increasingly difficult to acquire and the value of these rare collectibles is very likely to rise dramatically. If you are a collector that is new to the niche of spaceflight hardware and seeking to diversify your portfolio, this is an excellent way to accomplish that with a unique and sound investment. These are heirlooms that will inspire and be admired by many generations to come. Thank you, and welcome to Space Mission Market! Write in anytime with all other questions or special artifact requests. We will try to locate any specific type of spaceflight hardware that you are interested in purchasing. Artifact Provenance: Artifacts that include provenance (or any documents, original receipts, part tags, certificate of authenticity / COA, etc) in the sale will have that stated in the listing and shown in the listing photos. If any of this type of provenance / paperwork is not shown in the photos and specified as “included” in the listing, then it is not available or included in the sale. Artifact Flight Status: FLOWN = Spacecraft hardware / components, crew equipment, scientific instruments or other items / materials that have been flown. FLIGHT = Spacecraft flight qualified spares or backup hardware / components and engineering test articles made of the same components as the flight article. These are items that could have flown, but were not flown. Ground Support Equipment (GSE) = Non-flight space program hardware, equipment and scientific Instruments used in direct association with the spacecraft, spacecraft engineers and technicians. These are items that were used and made for ground support that may or may not have been in direct contact with the spacecraft prior to launch. Note: FAQ & Terms of Sale may be updated periodically. Listing and template services provided by inkFrog. The item “ULTRA RARE NASA APOLLO LUNAR MODULE HARDWARE Docking Window Protective Cover” is in sale since Saturday, December 15, 2018. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Historical Memorabilia\Astronauts & Space Travel\Exploration Missions\Apollo”. The seller is “rocket-broker” and is located in Winter Park, Florida. This item can be shipped worldwide.
ULTRA RARE NASA APOLLO LUNAR MODULE HARDWARE Docking Window Protective Cover