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Malcolm Scott Carpenter (May 1, 1925 – October 10, 2013), (Cmdr, USN), was an American naval officer and aviator, test pilot, aeronautical engineer, astronaut, and aquanaut. He was one of the original seven astronauts selected for NASA's Project Mercury in April 1959. Carpenter was the second American (after John Glenn) to orbit the Earth and the fourth American in space, following Alan Shepard, Gus Grissom, and Glenn. More about Scott Carpenter
The most expensive item with a signature of Scott Carpenter (Scott Carpenter 1962 Typed Letter Signed - Incredible Space Content - Early NASA) was sold on eBay in November 2017 for $650.00 while the cheapest item (NY Giants Joe Morris autographed 8x10 photo with Phil Simms & Scott Carpenter) found a new owner for $6.95 in October 2013. The month with the most items sold (45) was October 2013 with an average selling price of $99.95 for an autographed item of Scott Carpenter. Sold items reached their highest average selling price in February 2016 with $499.95 and the month that saw the lowest prices with $10.25 was July 2011. In average, an autographed item from Scott Carpenter is worth $64.45.
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These are the most current items with a signature of Scott Carpenter that were listed on eBay and on other online stores - click here for more items.
|Picture||Item Title ▼||Price||Store|
|SCOTT CARPENTER MERCURY 7 SIGNED PHOTO BM4113||$199.00|
In total, we tracked 459 items since 01/01/2008. The chart below shows the trade volume over time.
Most recently, these items with a signature of Scott Carpenter were sold on eBay - click here for more items.
|Picture||Item Title ▼||Price||Store|
|1962 Orbit Flight FDC signed Scott Carpenter - cert||$19.36|
|HAND SIGNED VINTAGE NASA/GENERAL DYNAMICS MA-7 LAUNCH MANUAL-SCOTT CARPENTER||$525.00|
|Scott Carpenter signed Apollo 15 twinstamp folder by USPS||$24.39|
|Scott Carpenter signed MA-7 Hawai cover||$43.00|
|Scott Carpenter signed MA-7 launch cover PAFB||$50.77|
|Scott Carpenter signed MA-7 tracking station cover||$35.90|
|Scott Carpenter signed NASA local post cover||$37.00|
|Scott Carpenter signed Sieger stamp block||$44.01|
|VINTAGE AUTHENTICALLY AUTOGRAPHED NASA 3 X 5 INDEX CARD-ASTRO SCOTT CARPENTER||$19.50|
|~NASA Atlas Signed Piece: John Glenn Scott Carpenter Wally Schirra Gordon Cooper||$175.00|
Moose tranquilized near Boulder's Scott Carpenter Park, will be relocated (11/10/14): A moose wandering along the Boulder Creek Path was tranquilized near Scott Carpenter Park this afternoon. Dispatchers said Boulder rangers and officials with Colorado Parks and Wildlife had been following the animal since this morning.
Dog Days are back: Boulder's Scott Carpenter Pool opens to canines (09/15/14): After being washed out by last year's floods, Dog Days are back at Boulder's Scott Carpenter Pool. Now closed to humans for the season, the popular swim spot re-opened Monday exclusively for canines. Dogs will have the run of the facility for the next two weeks.
Boulder's Scott Carpenter Park has a hidden past (08/03/14): Boulder's first sewage disposal plant, as photographed in 1934, shortly after its construction at Valverdan Park (now Scott Carpenter Park). ( Carnegie Branch Library for Local History / Courtesy photo )
Boulder homeless woman found in Scott Carpenter Park died of multiple drug intoxication (06/23/14): A homeless woman found dead in Scott Carpenter Park in May died from multiple drug intoxication, the Boulder County Coroner's Office announced Monday. The office ruled the manner of death as accidental.
Boulder nixes head-first diving off Scott Carpenter Pool's diving boards (06/12/14): Weston Williamson, 9, jumps off the diving board at the Scott Carpenter Park pool on Wednesday. Diving headfirst off the board is no longer allowed. ( Jeremy Papasso / Daily Camera )
Boulder coroner ID's homeless woman found at Scott Carpenter Park (05/2014): The Boulder County Coroner's Office has identified the homeless woman found dead Sunday morning in Scott Carpenter Park as Kathryn Fishman.
Astronaut Scott Carpenter recalled for adventurous spirit (11/2013): AP Photo/The Daily Times Call, Lewis Geyer Patty Carpenter, left, receives the flag that was draped over her husband, astronaut Scott Carpenter's casket from U.S. Navy Rear Adm. Thomas Bond on Saturday in Boulder.
Boulder Valley schools to lower flags Friday in honor of Scott Carpenter (10/2013): With the permission of the governor's office, all Boulder Valley schools will lower their flags to half staff Friday in honor of astronaut and Boulder native Scott Carpenter, who died October 10.
Boulder's Scott Carpenter Pool reopens Thursday (08/2013): The Scott Carpenter Pool, 1505 30th St., will welcome swimmers back Thursday. City officials have deemed the water safe following vandalism late Sunday that contaminated the popular swimming pool.
A golden day as Lenox's Scott Carpenter wins two sectional track titles (05/2013): Lenox’s Scott Carpenter, right, had quite a day at the Western-Central Mass. Division II meet. The Lenox senior won the 800 and 3,200 meters. Here in the 3,200, Lenox’s Tucker McNinch, center, ends up fourth.
Scott Carpenter, All-Eagle boys cross country MVP, sets new goals (12/2012): Scott Carpenter knows what's next for him, and he knows what is next for the Lenox High School cross country team he leaves behind, too. "I think Tucker [McNinch] and Ben [Herrick], as well as Sam Darbey and the whole team, is going to look great next year," Carpenter, the All-Eagle boys MVP, said.
Boulder's astronaut son, Scott Carpenter, returns for 50-year renaming (09/2012): With its outdoor pool, expansive grass field and the trademark rocket ship Jungle Gym on its playground, Scott Carpenter Park is a Boulder institution where generations of kids have played.
Last splash of summer extended at Boulder's Scott Carpenter Pool (08/2012): Boulder-area kids will generally be decreasing their pool time now that school is starting, and the outdoor pools will operate on modified schedules. Scott Carpenter Pool, however, will remain open well past the unofficial end-of-summer holiday.
Erie Museum to honor Boulder astronaut Scott Carpenter (07/2012): No one will ever take the Boulder out of astronaut and favorite son Scott Carpenter, but Erie's Spirit of Flight Center is doing its best to pull the space hero a little to the east.