Apollo 7 Crew-Related Signed Philatelic Covers (Five) with Color Photo. As follows.
    Wally Schirra: A Sigma 7 Launch Cover with an Orbit Covers cachet bearing a "Project Mercury" stamp cancelled October 3, 1962, at Cape Canaveral, signed in black ink.
    Wally Schirra and Donn Eisele: A Paraguay first day cover bearing the three March 1963 high-denomination Walter M. Schirra stamps. Signed by Schirra in bold black felt tip and by Eisele in blue ink.
    Donn Eisele: An Apollo 11 moon-landing cacheted cover cancelled July 20, 1969, at Cocoa, Florida, signed in blue ink.
    Walt Cunningham: An Apollo 7 launch cover cancelled October 11, 1968, at Cape Canaveral and a "Project Gemini" pair first day cover cancelled August 2, 1971, at Houston. Both boldly signed in black felt tip.
    Included is an 11" x 8.5" silk finish crew photo. All fine or better.

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