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    All signed on Apollo 11-related philatelic covers

    Apollo Moonwalkers: Collection of Individually Signed Covers, One from Each of the Twelve. As follow in order of stepping on the moon.

    Neil Armstrong: Cover stamped with "First Man on the Moon" stamp bearing special Hometown cancellation dated September 10, 1969. Cachet reads: "First Day of Issue at Wapakoneta, Ohio". Signed in black ink: "Neil Armstrong". Toned and slightly soiled.
    Buzz Aldrin: Washington FDC for the "First Man on the Moon" stamp signed in black ink: "Buzz Aldrin" with another unidentified signature.
    Charles Conrad: Ninth anniversary of the moonwalk bearing two "First Man on the Moon" stamps, cancelled at Wapakoneta. Signed in blue ink: "Charles Conrad".
    Alan Bean: Seventh anniversary of first men on the moon and America's bicentennial, cancelled at Wapakoneta. Signed in black ink: "Alan Bean".
    Alan Shepard: Tenth anniversary of first lunar landing, cancelled at Wapakoneta. Signed in blue ink: "Alan Shepard".
    Edgar Mitchell: Apollo 11 astronauts' Official Visit to Italy, cancelled at Rome, October 15, 1969. Signed in blue ink: "Ed Mitchell".
    Dave Scott: "First Man on the Moon" FDC with metallic cachet laid down at left side. Signed in black ink: "Dave Scott".
    Jim Irwin: First anniversary of moonwalk, cancelled at Wapakoneta. Hometown of Neil Armstrong cachet. Signed in black felt tip: "Jim Irwin".
    John Young: Apollo 11 astronauts' Official Visit to the Vatican, cancelled at the Vatican on October 16, 1969. Cachet bears facsimile signature of Michael Collins. Signed in black ink: "John Young".
    Charlie Duke: Apollo 11 astronauts' Official Visit to the Vatican, cancelled at the Vatican on October 16, 1969. Cachet bears facsimile signature of Buzz Aldrin. Signed in blue ink: "Charlie Duke".
    Gene Cernan: Ceylon salutes First Man on the Moon cachet, cancelled on July 21, 1969. Signed in blue ink: "Gene Cernan".
    Harrison Schmitt: Apollo 11 astronauts' Official Visit to the Vatican, cancelled at the Vatican on October 16, 1969. Also first day cancellation of "First Man on the Moon" stamp at Washington. Signed in black felt tip: "Jack Schmitt".

    These are perfect for display individually or together as a fabulous Moonwalker display. A very difficult set to put together as several of the astronauts became hesitant to sign philatelic items. Very fine to excellent except as noted. From the Apollo 11 collection of Ronald Ulrich.


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