David Frohman is the founder and president of Peachstate Historical Consulting, Inc., and first developed an interest in space exploration more than three decades ago during the Apollo program. Since 1997, David Frohman and Peachstate Historical Consulting, Inc. have developed a worldwide following of both private collectors and mueums for their services and merchandise.
Highlights of David Frohman’s now very distinguished career includes appraising the golf club used by Alan Shepard on the Moon, as well as appraising the private space collections of numerous astronauts who walked on the Moon. Since 1997, David Frohman has literally cataloged and appraised thousands of artifacts flown in space or used on the Moon. As such, David Frohman may bear the distinction of having cataloged and appraised more flown space artifacts then any other individual in history. David Frohman also bears the distinction of having faciliated the donation of more then two-million dollars worth of space artifacts to museums and universities.
You can browse the website of Peachstate Historical Consulting, Inc. by visiting www.spacerelics.com. Once there, you will be able to explore an amazing retrospective of material sold by Peachstate Historical Consulting, Inc. in their on-line museum. You will also be able to join Peachstate Historical Consulting's group e-mail list for future offerings of space material.
David Frohman is a graduate of the U.S. Air Force Officer Training School and has been a licensed pilot since 1977. More information about David Frohman’s considerable expertise and background is also available at www.spacerelics.com.