Below are various pieces of

Art used for Inco Steel ad. They manufactured the Inconel-X used for the X-15 skin.

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Central African Republic art for a stamp honoring the "Bell X-15." [sic]

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Box art from Gold Bond for "X-15" Jet Molded shoes.

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Detail of a poster from the late 1950s with an early impression of the X-15.

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First in series of X-15 North American Aviation art depicting the aircraft flight profile.

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B-52 taxiing with an X-15. Art on display at the Flight Test Museum, Edwards AFB.

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Second in series of X-15 North American Aviation art.

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North American Aviation X-15 art depicting the aircraft in space.

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Third in series of X-15 North American Aviation art.

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Fourth in series of X-15 North American Aviation art.

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Fifth in series of X-15 North American Aviation art.

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Sixth in series of X-15 North American Aviation art

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Sticker art used to commemorate the X-15's 30th anniversary.

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"Power for the X-15." Art used on an envelope from Thiokol.

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"Crossfield's Last Hurrah," by Mike Machat: 1998.

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"Return from Mach 6," by Mike Machat: 1983.

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X-15 Art Link: Edwards Flight Test

X-15 Art Link: Mike Machat Art

"Launch of the A-2," by Mike Machat: 1983.

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"First Re-entry," by Mike Machat: 1996.

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North American Aviation patch.

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B-52 launching an X-15 patch.

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Early X-15 patch.

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40th anniversary postal cover signed by Crossfield, Knight, Dana, and Engle.

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First of three 50th anniversary of the first X-15 flight postal covers: 8 Jun. 2009.

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Second of three 50th anniversary of the first X-15 flight postal covers.

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Third of three 50th anniversary of the first X-15 flight postal covers.

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Launch of the X-15 from a display at Dryden. Unknown artist and title.

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"On the Way to the Stars," by William J. Reynolds: 1981.

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X-15 Art Link: Scott Crossfield Foundation

"The Record Setter," by Mark Karvon.

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"North American X-15," by Douglas Castleman.

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X-15 Art Link: Mark Karvon Art

X-15 Art Link: Douglas Castleman Art

"Buck Danny and the X-15," by Francis Bergese: 1985.

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Cover of Buck Danny comic No. 31, featuring the X-15.

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X-15 artwork from a collectible British "tea card."

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General Electric calendar art by Tran Mawicke: Apr. 1960.

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American Modeler featured an extremely steep X-15 reentry: Nov. 1961.

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X-15 No. 1 with XLR-11 rocket engines.

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"Drop," by Ed Hengeveld

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Graphic of X-15 with LR-11 rocket engines from Xtreme Prototypes flight simulator.

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"Knighthood at Mach 6.7," by Mike Machat

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"Rocket Research Plane — 1959," by Charles H. Hubbell: 1960.

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Four versions of the Italian movie poster for "The Legendary X-15."

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Spanish poster for "The X-15 Rocket Plane."

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Half sheet poster for American release of "X-15."

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Hardback (left) and paperback (right) cover art for "Mike Mars: South Pole Spaceman."

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"Securing the X-15," by Maxine McCaffrey for Centennial of Flight Art Series.

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X-15A-2 under power on 3 october 1967 by an unknown artist.

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X-15A-2 art from a Marshall Islands stamp.

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"Tom Swift and His Megascope Space prober," by Victor Appleton.

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"X-15A-2" by Thibault Cernaix.

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Collins Radio advertising artwork.

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X-15 art used in the "Aircraft of the World" series.

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