Jim Lovell Autograph

James Arthur Lovell Jr. (/ˈlʌvəl/; born March 25, 1928) is an American retired astronaut, naval aviator, test pilot and mechanical engineer. In 1968, as command module pilot of Apollo 8, he became, with Frank Borman and William Anders, one of the first three astronauts to fly to and orbit the Moon. He then commanded the Apollo 13 lunar mission in 1970 which, after a critical failure en route, circled the Moon and returned safely to Earth. More about Jim Lovell

Current items with a signature of Jim Lovell

These are the most current items with a signature of Jim Lovell that were listed on eBay and on other online stores - click here for more items.

Picture Item Title Price Store
thumbnail* SIGNED * Lost Moon: The Perilous Voyage of Apollo 13 by Jim Lovell HCDJ$59.98logo
thumbnailApollo 13 by Jim Lovell, 2000, 30th Anniversary Ed, 1st Pr, Signed VG$44.95logo
thumbnailCapt James Jim Lovell NASA Gemini Apollo Astronaut Signed Autograph Cachet JSA$250.00logo
thumbnailJames Jim Lovell Apollo 13 Astronaut PSA/DNA Autographed Signed SpaceShots Card$259.00logo
thumbnailJIM LOVELL Authentic Hand Signed Autograph 4X6 Photo - NASA ASTRONAUT APOLLO 13$0.01logo
thumbnailJim Lovell Custom NASA Earpiece Distributor COA Signed$1494.00logo
thumbnailPaperback Copy Of Apollo 13 SIGNED By Astronaut Jim Lovell$65.00logo

Traded items with a signature of Jim Lovell

In total, we tracked 698 items since 01/01/2008. The chart below shows the trade volume over time.

The most expensive item with a signature of Jim Lovell (APOLLO 13 JIM LOVELL & FRED HAISE HAND SIGNED / AUTOGRAPHED FLIGHT TRAINING PAGE) was sold in December 2021 for $3299.99 while the cheapest item (2002 RICHMOND BRAVES JIM LOVELL AUTOGRAPHED CARD . BRAVES) found a new owner for $4.99 in July 2012. The month with the most items sold (26) was July 2019 with an average selling price of $46.50 for an autographed item of Jim Lovell. Sold items reached their highest average selling price in April 2018 with $200.00 and the month that saw the lowest prices with $4.99 was July 2012. In average, an autographed item from Jim Lovell is worth $55.00.

Most recently, these items with a signature of Jim Lovell were sold on eBay - click here for more items.

Picture Item Title Price Store
thumbnailApollo 13 SIGNED by Jim Lovell Astronaut 30th Anniversary Edition READ$57.00logo
thumbnailApollo 13 SIGNED by Jim Lovell 30th Anniversary HARDCOVER 1ST/2ND$59.97logo
thumbnailJim Lovell & Jeffrey Kluger- Lost Moon (Signed)$65.00logo
thumbnailJim Lovell autographed signed 8.5 x 11 color photo$53.00logo
thumbnailJim Lovell SIGNED Apollo 13 NASA 2000 30th Anniversary Edition Hardcover$78.75logo
thumbnailLost Moon : Jim Lovell Jeffrey Kluger Signed The Perilous Voyage of Apollo 13$42.00logo
thumbnailLost Moon Book Signed by Author Jim Lovell $38.00logo
thumbnailLost Moon by Jim Lovell SIGNED (HB)$75.00logo
thumbnailSEALED Apollo 13 by Jim Lovell & Jeffrey Kluger SIGNED EDITION The Easton Press$265.00logo
thumbnailSIGNED Jim Lovell Book LOST MOON Apollo 13 Astronaut Autograph Collector NASA$43.00logo

Latest News about Jim Lovell

50 Years Later, Astronaut Jim Lovell Reflects On His Christmas Eve Moon Orbit (12/24/18): Astronaut Jim Lovell reflects on Christmas Eve 1968. He's part of the Apollo 8 crew that spent the holiday orbiting the moon. Their broadcast back to Earth helped unify a divided country.

To the moon and back: Astronaut Jim Lovell talks zero gravity, marriage and Holl (11/28/14): It’s been almost 45 years since Capt. James Lovell, 86, flew his last mission to space. Would he go back if he could? “If someone invites me.” Go to news article

Jim Lovell – The 44th Anniversary of Apollo 13 (04/17/14): Commander of the Apollo 13 mission, astronaut Jim Lovell, calls in to talk to Bob and Marianne on the 44th anniversary of the crew’s safe return to Earth. They talk about the accuracy of the movie, how he feels looking …

Jim Lovell, MSI, local students team up to honor historic broadcast (12/23/13): On December 24 th 1968, millions of people tuned in as astronauts Frank Borman, Bill Anders and Jim Lovell made history in the first manned spacecraft to orbit the moon. The first photos of the earth rise were taken on …

Train victim Jim Lovell eulogized as ‘gift’ to community (12/06/13): COLD SPRING, N.Y. (PIX11) -- Hundreds of mourners packed the pews of Our Lady of Loretto Church in Cold Spring Friday morning to remember 58-year-old Jim Lovell, one of the victims of the train derailment.

Older News Stories about Jim Lovell

Cold Spring derailment victim Jim Lovell remembered in Friday funeral (12/2013): COLD SPRING — An Irish pipe solo was played at the Cold Spring funeral for Jim Lovell, a sound and lighting expert who died in the Metro-North Hudson Line train derailment Sunday. He was heading to work on the Rockefeller Center Christmas tree.

Born to Ride Rockets: Captain Jim Lovell. Born in 1928. (11/2013): Commander of the Apollo 13 too        

Apollo 13's Jim Lovell: Houston, we have a real problem (10/2013): The hero of Apollo 13 thinks that space exploration has lost direction, and it's time for an international effort to get a man to Mars. Roger Highfield reports        

Cole Haan casts Maya Angelou, China Machado, Elliot Erwitt and Captain Jim Lovel (09/2013): It is a stroke of genius on the part of Cole Haan to mark its 85th anniversary with a series of images of people also born in 1928. Go to news article

Apollo 13 Astronaut Jim Lovell Joins Private Moon Flight Company (05/2013): Legendary Apollo 13 astronaut Jim Lovell has signed on with a commercial lunar exploration firm to help make private trips to the moon a reality, the company Golden Spike announced today (May 15).

Astronaut Jim Lovell : Apollo 13 Commander (03/2013): Jim Lovell was for years NASA's most-traveled astronaut. He flew on four missions, including Apollo 13, whose crew had to survive in space after a crippling explosion.

Ex-astronaut Jim Lovell shares stories, presents award (09/2012): Seeing Earth as it really is, in brilliant blue and white against a vast black backdrop, and realizing he could hold up his thumb and the whole planet would disappear behind it that was an eye-opening moment for Capt. Jim Lovell.

Former Astronaut Jim Lovell remembers Neil Armstrong (08/2012): Jim Lovell says Neil Armstrong is “A symbol of what this country stands for, what we can accomplish when we work as a team."