This space suit is extraordinarily rare as it is complete in every respect, and such complete suits have in every other instance, been bequeathed by NASA to a museum, usually the Smithsonian. It is a Gemini G-2C-4 Full High Altitude Pressure Suit, including inner pressure suit and outer cover layer, complete with GH-2C-7 Helmet, GG-2C-16 gloves made to fit Pete Conrad, and GB-5C-9 boots made to fit Frank Borman, manufactured by the David Clark Company for NASA between 1963 and 1965.

Auction House: Sotheby’s | Sale price: US$162,500

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