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    Apollo 1 Crew-Signed Large Color Photo. A 14" x 10.25" litho print picturing the astronauts posed in their flight suits at a table behind a model of the original CM-012 command module. It is boldly signed by each in felt tip: "Edward H. White II", "Gus Grissom", and "Roger Chaffee". Originally designated AS-204, the first mission in the Apollo manned lunar landing program was scheduled for launch on February 21, 1967. A tragic fire during a "plugs-out" launch simulation on January 27, 1967, claimed the lives of the three astronauts aboard. This is the largest signed photo of the crew Heritage has had the privilege to offer. Perfect for inclusion in a matted mission display. Excellent.

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    Auction Dates
    November, 2015
    6th Friday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 5
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