1962-02-20 USA Mercury MA-6

Mercury-Atlas 6 (Friendship 7) Launch Cover. A Space Craft illustrated cachet cover with a 4¢ stamp affixed, bearing a Patrick Air Force Base cancellation dated Feb 20, 1962, the launch day of MA-6 mission and the first US manned orbital flight. It features a "Project Mercury/Man-in-Space" illustrated cachet. Postmarked at 10AM to coincide with the launch time 9:47AM, signed by John Glenn.
A Space Craft illustrated cachet cover with a Port Canaveral cancellation dated Feb 20, 1962, the launch day of MA-6 mission. It features a "Project Mercury/Man-in-Space" illustrated cachet. Postmarked at 10AM to coincide with the launch time 9:47AM, signed by John Glenn.
A Space Craft illustrated cachet cover with printing error, missing purple color.
Swanson rubber stamp cachet on plain cover. Signed by Wernher von Braun, John Glenn and Hermann Oberth.
1962 Grand Turk Island Feb 20 1962 cover. Glenn was transferred by helicopter from the USS Noa to the USS Randolph, and then flown to Grand Turk for his debriefing and medical as planned. The capsule joined him later when it was delivered to Grand Turk by ship. Signed by Joe Frasketi who produced and serviced the cover. 
1962 John Glenn signed USS Randolph Captain's cover. John Glenn signed on the glued cachet of U.S.S. Randolph CVS-15 Space Capsule Recovery Ship. Also signed by the Commanding Officer, Captain Max Bems. - RegencyStamps
Plate number block of four USA 4¢ Project Mercury stamp issue signed in the selvage in blue ink by the stamp designer, Charles R. Chickering.

Plate number block of four USA 4¢ Project Mercury stamps signed in the selvage in black ink by John Glenn.
Wernher Von Braun autographed plate block. Plate number block of four USA 4¢ Project Mercury stamps signed in the selvage in blue by famed rocket scientist Wernher von Braun. - RegencyStamps
Blank cover with Project Mercury stamp postmarked at Cape Canaveral Feb 20, 1962, 3:30PM. Signed by John Glenn and Wernher von Braun.
Hand painted cachet of John Glenn by Chris Henderson.
Hand painted cachet of Enos by Chris Henderson.
Space Craft illustrated cachet cover with Project Mercury stamp postmarked at Cape Canaveral Feb 20, 1962, 3:30PM, the time when the stamp was officially released for sale. Signed by John Glenn.
USS Randolph recovery ship's cover with a backdated Feb 20, 1962 postmark.
USS NOA recovery ship's cover with a Feb 20, 1962 postmark. Although the stamp used is not a "Project Mercury" stamp, a study by Dr Ross J. Smith explained the postmark could be backdated as well.
USS NOA recovery ship's cover with a backdated Feb 20, 1962 postmark, signed by John Glenn.
USS NOA recovery ship's cover postmarked on return to port, Feb 23, 1962.