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Charles Gordon Fullerton (October 11, 1936 – August 21, 2013) was a United States Air Force colonel, a USAF and NASA astronaut, and a research pilot at NASA's Dryden Flight Research Facility, Edwards, California.& More about Gordon Fullerton
The most expensive item with a signature of Gordon Fullerton ( C. GORDON FULLERTON - PHOTOGRAPH SIGNED WITH CO-SIGNERS ALT Crew Haise/Engle) was sold on eBay in July 2017 for $132.50 while the cheapest item (Gordon Fullerton - NASA Astronaut - Autographed 3x5 Card) found a new owner for $0.99 in May 2018. The month with the most items sold (10) was August 2013 with an average selling price of $14.95 for an autographed item of Gordon Fullerton. Sold items reached their highest average selling price in July 2017 with $132.50 and the month that saw the lowest prices with $0.99 was May 2018. In average, an autographed item from Gordon Fullerton is worth $12.05.
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These are the most current items with a signature of Gordon Fullerton that were listed on eBay and on other online stores - click here for more items.
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|C. GORDON FULLERTON - FIRST DAY COVER SIGNED WITH CO-SIGNERS||$900.00|
|C. GORDON FULLERTON - PHOTOGRAPH SIGNED WITH CO-SIGNERS||$900.00|
|C. GORDON FULLERTON - PHOTOGRAPH SIGNED WITH CO-SIGNERS||$600.00|
|COLONEL C. GORDON FULLERTON - PHOTOGRAPH SIGNED||$340.00|
|FRED W. HAISE JR. - PHOTOGRAPH SIGNED CO-SIGNED BY: C. GORDON FULLERTON||$640.00|
In total, we tracked 262 items since 01/01/2008. The chart below shows the trade volume over time.
Most recently, these items with a signature of Gordon Fullerton were sold on eBay - click here for more items.
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|1982 ASTRONAUT GORDON FULLERTON SIGNED STS-3 SPACE SHUTTLE LAUNCH +COA||$36.01|
|1982 ASTRONAUTS JACK LOUSMA + GORDON FULLERTON SIGNED STS 3 SHUTTLE LANDING||$58.00|
|ASTRONAUT GORDON FULLERTON SIGNED NASA PHOTOGRAPH + COA||$15.50|
|Autographcard 9x12cm orig.signed Gordon FULLERTON, SPACE||$8.00|
|Gordon Fullerton signed cover NASA Shuttle Astronaut||$14.96|
C. Gordon Fullerton | Former astronaut, 76 (08/24/13): C. Gordon Fullerton, 76, a former astronaut who flew on two space shuttle missions and had an extensive career as a research and test pilot for NASA and the Air Force, died Wednesday, the space agency said.
Deaths of note: Stephenie McMillan, C. Gordon Fullerton, James Sterling Young (08/23/13): Stephenie McMillan, 71, set designer; C. Gordon Fullerton, 76, astronaut; James Sterling Young, 85, historian.
C. Gordon Fullerton, pioneering space shuttle pilot (08/23/13): Col. C. Gordon Fullerton, an astronaut who was involved in NASA’s earliest ventures and in the success of its space shuttle program, died on Wednesday in California.
C. Gordon Fullerton dies at 76; space shuttle astronaut, test pilot (08/22/13): An astronaut on the Challenger and Columbia space shuttles, Gordon Fullerton flew cutting-edge aircraft until he was 70. C. Gordon Fullerton waited years for his chance to go into space but less than six minutes after the space shuttle Challenger took off in 1985, he was starting to rethink it.
Gordon Fullerton, Space Shuttle Test Pilot, Dies at 76 (08/22/13): Gordon Fullerton, an Apollo-era NASA astronaut who was among the first test pilots to fly the space shuttle, died on Wednesday (Aug. 21), three years after suffering a stroke that left him partially paralyzed. He was 76.
C. Gordon Fullerton | Former astronaut, 76 (08/2013): C. Gordon Fullerton, 76, a former astronaut who flew on two space shuttle missions and had an extensive career as a research and test pilot for NASA and the Air Force, died Wednesday, the space agency said.