Neil Armstrong Autograph

Neil Armstrong was an American astronaut and the first person to walk on the Moon. He was born on August 5, 1930, in Wapakoneta, Ohio, and developed an interest in aviation from an early age. Armstrong studied aeronautical engineering at Purdue University and became a naval aviator, flying combat missions during the Korean War. In 1962, he joined NASA as an astronaut and made his first spaceflight in 1966 as the command pilot of the Gemini 8 mission. More about Neil Armstrong

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Current items with a signature of Neil Armstrong

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

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thumbnailFramed Neil Armstrong Signed 8x10 Unpersonalized NASA WSS Lithograph with COA$12600.00logo
thumbnailNeil Armstrong NASA ASTRONAUT autograph, signed photo$2429.74logo
thumbnailNeil Armstrong signed Apollo Moon Landing NASA 8X10 photo picture autograph RP2$13.99logo
thumbnailNeil Armstrong signed baseball$699.00logo
thumbnailNeil Armstrong Signed Index Card PSA Letter COA Moonwalker Apollo 11$995.00logo
thumbnailNeil Armstrong Signed Poster Astronauts Memorial Design Competition Auto JSA Coa$2800.00logo
Armstrong's most famous achievement came on July 20, 1969, when he commanded the Apollo 11 mission and became the first human to set foot on the Moon. His famous words "That's one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind" still echo in history. Armstrong and his crewmates Buzz Aldrin and Michael Collins spent more than 21 hours on the lunar surface, carrying out experiments and collecting samples before returning to Earth. His role in the Apollo 11 mission forever solidified Armstrong's legacy as one of the most important figures in space exploration.

Following the Apollo 11 mission, Armstrong was offered numerous opportunities to continue his career in space. However, he ultimately chose to retire from NASA and pursue a career in education, becoming a professor of engineering at the University of Cincinnati. He remained an advocate for space exploration until his death in 2012, recognizing the importance of pushing the boundaries of scientific understanding and inspiring future generations to reach new heights in space. Armstrong's contributions to space exploration continue to be celebrated around the world and his impact on the field will be felt for generations to come. Read even more about Neil Armstrong at Wikipedia

Traded items with a signature of Neil Armstrong

In total, we tracked 880 items since 01/01/2008. The chart below shows the trade volume over time.

The most expensive item with a signature of Neil Armstrong (Full Moonwalker Set (12) signed 3x5 PSA DNA Neil Armstrong Buzz Aldrin Auto C786) was sold in February 2022 for $9999.00 while the cheapest item (2023 Historic Autograph Flight Neil Armstrong Numbered 1 Of 600) found a new owner for $0.79 in September 2023. The month with the most items sold (41) was July 2019 with an average selling price of $500.00 for an autographed item of Neil Armstrong. Sold items reached their highest average selling price in July 2014 with $7495.00 and the month that saw the lowest prices with $2.12 was October 2010. In average, an autographed item from Neil Armstrong is worth $425.00.

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

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thumbnailApollo 11 Astronaut Neil Armstrong Hand-Signed WSS Portrait NASA Litho/Photo$875.00logo
thumbnailChallenger Center BUZZ ALDRIN NEIL ARMSTRONG signed facsimlile baseball $24.99logo
thumbnailNeil Armstrong #4 Sketch Card Limited 40/50 Edward Vela Signed$8.00logo
thumbnailNeil Armstrong #5 Art Card Limited 33/50 Edward Vela Signed (History -)$3.99logo
thumbnailNeil Armstrong #5 Art Card Limited 34/50 Edward Vela Signed (History -)$4.99logo
thumbnailNeil Armstrong #8 Art Card Limited 14/50 Edward Vela Signed (History -)$4.99logo
thumbnailNeil Armstrong, Signed Photo, Real 1970's Autograph, Collectible, Rare, Moon.$28.00logo
thumbnailNeil Armstrong, Signed Photo, True 1980's Autograph, Collectible, Rare, Moon.$52.05logo

Latest News about Neil Armstrong

Director named at Armstrong Air & Space Museum - The Lima News (12/08/18): WAPAKONETA — Dante M. Centuori has been named the new executive director of the Armstrong Air & Space Museum, according to an announcement from J

Neil Armstrong's bag of moon landing mementos space discovered in a closet (03/09/15): Neil Armstrong's second wife Carol found a bag filled with nearly 20 artifacts from the 1969 Apollo 11 Moon landing mission, including a camera used on the lunar module. Go to news article

Neil Armstrong's wife discovers long-lost historic Apollo 11 artifacts after 40 (03/09/15): Neil Armstrong's wife has discovered long-lost historic Apollo 11 mission's artifacts after 40 years, it has been revealed.

Closet treasures: Neil Armstrong kept souvenirs from Apollo 11 (03/09/15): More than four decades after the Apollo 11 moon landing, a cloth bag full of souvenirs brought back by astronaut Neil Armstrong has come to light. Go to news article

Neil Armstrong's stolen space mementos on display (03/08/15): When Neil Armstrong returned from the first trip to the moon, it seems no one checked his carry-on luggage.

Older News Stories about Neil Armstrong

Neil Armstrong's bag of moon landing mementos space discovered in a closet (03/2015): Neil Armstrong's second wife Carol found a bag filled with nearly 20 artifacts from the 1969 Apollo 11 Moon landing mission, including a camera used on the lunar module. Go to news article

Neil Armstrong's secret bag of moon-landing souvenirs (02/2015): The astronaut's widow has given the US National Air and Space Museum a bag of hoarded knick-knacks, including the camera used to film his "one small step"

Reader shares vintage New Orleans Mardi Gras picture with Neil Armstrong from 19 (01/2015): Email your videos or photos to, and we'll upload them.

Dear Neil Armstrong: Fan mail to first man on the moon (12/2014): After stepping on the moon in July 1969, Purdue's most famous astronaut was flooded with fan mail. Here's the thing, revealed in a new campus collection: He saved nearly all of it.                

Hole-in-one joy for Shropshire golfer Neil Armstrong (11/2014): Wellington’s Neil Armstrong was over the moon when he scored a hole-in-one during a recent club competition. Go to news article

Anything but reem! Joey Essex does best Neil Armstrong impression in astronaut-s (10/2014): Sam Faiers' ex-boyfriend courts attention for the wrong reasons as he touches down in Los Angeles

'I don't know yet what I'm going to say when we land on the moon': What Neil Arm (09/2014): Astronaut Neil Armstrong 'had no idea' what he was going to say when he walked on the moon's surface just a week before he blasted off, according to a historic letter sold at auction for $24,000. Go to news article

Neil Armstrong Middle School boosts iPad security, responds to reports of studen (08/2014): Neil Armstrong Middle School responds to reports of students abusing iPads and discusses new security measures in place for the devices this year. Go to news article

Forest Grove hires Gretchen Schlag as Joseph Gale principal, Osvaldo Garcia-Cont (07/2014): The Forest Grove School Board Tuesday night approved Gretchen Schlag as principal of Joseph Gale Elementary School. The board also approved the hiring of Osvaldo Garcia-Contreras as Neil Armstrong Middle School's new assistant principal. Go to news article

Forest Grove School Board approves bid for Neil Armstrong Middle School gym floo (05/2014): The gym floor replacement is included in the district's 2010 bond projects. Go to news article

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Navy to christen research vessel Neil Armstrong (03/2014): WASHINGTON (WLFI) – At a ceremony in Washington on Saturday, the Navy will christen the Auxiliary General Oceanographic Research Vessel Neil Armstrong.

NASA Honors Astronaut Neil Armstrong with Center Renaming (02/2014): Two generations of aerospace engineering excellence will come together March 1 when NASA's Dryden Flight Research Center in Edwards, Calif., is redesignated NASA's Armstrong Flight Research Center.

NASA Officially Renames Dryden Flight Research Facility for Neil Armstrong (01/2014): It's official: the bill re-naming the NASA's Hugh L. Dryden Flight Research Center in southern California for the first man to walk on the moon is now a law.

Neil Armstrong iPads: About 87 percent of parents surveyed agree the program is (12/2013): Out of the 176 parents who took a survey about the iPad program, 153 agreed or strongly agreed it was the right thing to do for students.

Neil Armstrong Middle School campaign teaches students to 'Blackout Bullying' (11/2013): Middle school students have been learning about bullying in class for the past two weeks. The campaign wrapped up today.

Neil Armstrong: I’m under pressure (09/2013): Accra Hearts of Oak’s Managing Director (MD) Neil Armstrong Mortagbe has admitted being under pressure ahead of their week-two top fixture against Kumasi Asante Kotoko at the Accra Stadium this Sunday.

Neil Armstrong IS dead, but it happened a year ago (08/2013): Usually, those false Internet rumors about a famous someone's demise end with word trickling through social media that it's a hoax, or maybe even a statement directly from the celebrity that he or she is just fine, thank you very much.

Buzz Aldrin says moon is desolate, not beautiful like Neil Armstrong had describ (07/2013): Melbourne, July 27 (ANI): Buzz Aldrin, the second man to walk on the moon, thought that the moon was "desolate" not "beautiful" as described by Neil Armstrong, who was the first to walk the moon.

Forest Grove public safety commission picks Neil Armstrong for first graffiti cl (06/2013): Forest Grove’s Public Safety Advisory Commission is still making plans for its first graffiti cleanup, but they have yet to settle on a date or a paint color.They do, however, have a location.Following a meeting Tuesday morning, the group still...

Neil Armstrong EKG from moon set for auction (05/2013): A New Hampshire auction house will soon accept bids on space and aviation artifacts, including an electrocardiogram (EKG) of Apollo 11 Commander Neil Armstrong's heartbeat taken when he first set foot on the moon.

AACT team wins Neil Armstrong award, places 8th in NASA Moonbuggy Race (04/2013): Budding high school engineers from the Academy of Arts, Careers and Technology in Reno overcame a catastrophic first-round breakdown to place seventh in the high school division and eighth overall in the NASA Moonbuggy Race over the weekend.

Reality TV paves way for Neil Armstrong of Mars (03/2013): Giant leaps in spacecraft design mean that quirky commercial ventures could be one small step away from putting bootprints on the Red Planet

Neil Armstrong favorite for Hearts top job (02/2013): understands that marketing expert Neil Armstrong-Mortagbe is favorite to be appointed the new substantive Chief Executive Officer of Accra Hearts of Oak.

Meeting Neil Armstrong, by Peter Grandfield (01/2013): PETER Grandfield talks on January 30 at 7.30pm at Holford village hall about meeting Neil Armstrong, first man on the moon – for tickets call 01278-741249. Go to news article

Were Neil Armstrong’s Moon Landing Words Staged? (12/2012): A new British documentary says despite a famous astronaut’s claim that his words following the first moon landing were spontaneous,...

Lawmakers Seek to Honor Neil Armstrong with NASA Center Renaming (11/2012): An effort to rename a NASA flight research center after the late moonwalker Neil Armstrong was relaunched this week in Congress.

Neil Armstrong Middle School dress code story stirs debate with readers (10/2012): The story has garnered comments from readers concerned about the school's new dress code policy, which is among the strictest in the county. Go to news article

U.S. Navy Names Ship After Neil Armstrong (09/2012): What better tribute to the first explorer on the Moon, than to name a research ship after him? The U.S. Navy has announced that the first of a new class of oceanic research ships will be named the Neil Armstrong. Go to news article

Ceremonies honor Neil Armstrong (08/2012): CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla., Aug. 31 (UPI) -- NASA says planning is under way for a national memorial service for astronaut Neil Armstrong to be held in Washington sometime in the next two weeks.

First man on the moon: Neil Armstrong visits Northern Arizona (07/2012): Neil Armstrong walked on the moon for the first time Saturday, July 21. That’s how it felt for the several hundred people who attended the former NASA astronaut’s speech at a Flagstaff conference center, 43 years and one day after Armstrong, now 81, became the Read more...

Neil Armstrong Opens Up In Rare Interview (05/2012): Robert Siegel discusses a rare one-on-one interview Neil Armstrong gave in Australia.

Space History: Pilot Neil Armstrong with X-15 | Photo (04/2012): NASA test pilot Neil Armstrong with the X-15 ship #1 after a research flight.

Billionaire Elon Musk to Neil Armstrong: Get On Board with Private Space Travel (03/2012): Private space pioneer Elon Musk is laying the foundation for a spaceflight revolution, and he says he could use some support from his hero Neil Armstrong — the first man on the moon — to make it happen.

Neil Armstrong urges suborbital spaceflight (02/2012): Neil Armstrong, the first person to set foot on the moon, thinks humanity should stop neglecting the space environment much closer to Earth.

What Apollo 11 Astronauts Did Right Before Neil Armstrong Set Foot on the Moon (01/2012): I've been plowing through some old Apollo materials looking for references to the earth stations that were receiving the satellite transmissions from the crew on the moon. In so doing, I came across this ...

FROM NASA: Congress honored NASA astronauts John Glenn, Neil Armstrong, Michael (11/2011): A launch tower that will be modified to serve NASA’s next exploration rocket is scheduled to roll... - 11:56 am

Joann Davis, 74, targetted by NASA over trying to sell Neil Armstrong moon rocks (10/2011): Joann Davis said she pulled out the moon sample in the Riverside County eaterie and about half a dozen sheriff's deputies and NASA investigators rushed into the eatery.

Neil Armstrong, Gene Cernan voice their opinions (09/2011): Former NASA astronauts Neil Armstrong and Gene Cernan told the members of the House of Representatives Science, Space, and Technology Committee what they thought about the U.S. direction in manned space exploration. And, it wasn’t pretty.

Neil Armstrong Relives Historic Moon landing (08/2011): Its more than 40 years since Neil Armstrong became the first man to walk on the Moon [...]

An Open Letter to Neil Armstrong, Gene Cernan, and James Lovell (06/2011): While it may be that the current administration's plans are not perfect - and a new national debate on space appropriate - these plans stand head and shoulders over the plan that was the latter implementation of the Constellation program.

Boy, 7, becomes youngest ever Google Doodler after getting inspiration from Neil (05/2011): Budding artist Matteo Lopez from San Francisco, California, beat off competition from 107,000 submissions with his drawing entitled 'Space Life'.

Newsmakers: Austin writer gets new NBC project; Neil Armstrong honors rocket pio (02/2011): Newsmakers: Austin writer gets new NBC project; Neil Armstrong honors rocket pioneer

Neil Armstrong to Visit Huntsville (01/2011): HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (AP) - Neil Armstrong, the first man to walk on the moon, will present an award at the U.S. Space and Rocket Center in Huntsville next week to a veteran researcher.

Neil Armstrong: What Really Happened on the Moon (12/2010): The Apollo 11 legend responds to a blogger's question by sending him an uncharacteristically chatty email with a vivid first-hand look into that historic mission in 1969.