Grant Zahajko Auctions

510 Morgan St, Davenport, Washington 99122

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As a third generation Auctioneer, Grant Zahajko grew up in the auction business. He has spent nearly 30-years specializing in sports cards & memorabilia, coins, toys, books, artwork, ephemera, antiques and more. He has catalogued and conducted hundreds of general auctions and specialty auctions in these areas of interest.

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    Grant Zahajko will conduct an auction dedicated to NASA, space and aviation collectibles on October 1st, live and online

    The sale will be led by the outstanding lifetime collection of the late Bill Endicott, plus a golf ball signed by America’s very first astronaut, Alan Shepard. Golf ball signed by America’s very first man in space, Alan Shepard (est. $4,000-$6,000). Shepard signed it for the consignor – a former friend of the astronaut DAVENPORT, WA, UNITED STATES, September 15, 2020 / -- An auction dedicated entirely to the burgeoning field of NASA, space and aviation collectibles – led by the outstanding lifetime collection of the late Bill Endicott, plus a golf ball signed by America’s very first astronaut, Alan Shepard – will be held on Thursday, October 1st, by Grant Zahajko Auctions, live and online. The sale will start at 9 am Pacific time. Previews and in-house bidding will be by appointment only in the Grant Zahajko gallery, located at 510 Morgan Street in Davenport. To schedule an appointment, call 509-725-5600. People can register and bid on the Grant Zahajko website: Phone and absentee bids will also be accepted. For info, visit The Bill Endicott collection is a trove of NASA photographs and films, dating as far back as 1961 when, as a reporter, he was assigned to cover America’s fledgling space program in Cape Canaveral, Fla. He met the first seven astronauts and interviewed many others, along with other distinguished men and women serving in the space program. Mr. Endicott died in 2018 at age 91. State of Texas Medal of Honor Presentation program from October 17, 1970, for the Apollo 11 astronauts, signed by Neil Armstrong (est. $2,000-$3,000). Remarkably, Mr. Endicott’s collection only came to light upon his passing, when his family discovered it amongst his possessions. The collection – a historical archive, chronicling the birth of America’s space program and quest to be the first to put a man on the moon – reflects the gravity of his love for ‘The Final Frontier’. It will be remembered as Endicott’s legacy to NASA. “What’s exciting about this auction is that we have three separate estate collections of rare and unusual, fresh-to-the-market NASA, space and aviation collectibles in all price ranges,” said Grant…