1965-12-15 USA Gemini 6A

1965 GT-6a Orbit Covers cachet cover with launch day postmark. The mission achieved the first manned rendezvous with another spacecraft, Gemini 7. Signed by Walter Schirra and Thomas Stafford. Canceled in Cape Canaveral on launch day December 15, 1965.
Two versions of Gemini 7 official NASA cachets, postmarked with a Kennedy Space Center machine cancel.
Gemini 6 USS Wasp Captain's cover with USS Wasp hand cancel.
Gemini 6a USS Wasp recovery ship cover applied with the aborted Gemini 6 mission's Beck rubber stamped cachet, a hand drawn Disney insignia for USS Wasp CV-7, the less common hand cancel and the USS Wasp ship's cachet.
A rare GT-6a USS Wasp Beck CREW Cover, only 25 covers without the "B" number printed exist.
Gemini 6a USS Wasp recovery ship cover with the aborted Gemini 6 mission's Beck rubber stamped cachet, a machine cancel with "AM" time slug. Signed by Air Boss, captain David Barksdale.
Gemini 6a USS Wasp recovery ship cover with the aborted Gemini 6 mission's Beck rubber stamped cachet, an inverted year in the machine cancel.
Gemini 6a USS Wasp recovery ship cover with the correct Gemini 6a Beck rubber stamped cachet, an inverted year in the machine cancel.
Gemini 6a USS Wasp recovery ship with USS Wasp ship's cachet. Signed by G. Merritt Preston, the Deputy Mission Director for Launch Operations.