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    Apollo 10 Signed Color Photograph Montage. Seven color photographs of the mission are matted with a 4" x 9" card signed "Tom Stafford," "John Young," and "Gene Cernan." The card is foxed, affecting the signatures, and the photos are slightly faded, creased, and foxed. On a separate 5" x 3.5" card is a note handwritten by Cernan, signed by him, "Tom-John-Gene": "To 'Joe,' Our thanks/ for your help in making/ this all possible." Young (Apollo 16) and Cernan (Apollo 17) later walked on the moon. Framed to 17.75" x 21.75". From the collection of renowned former physical trainer of the astronauts Joe Garino. This lot is accompanied by a signed certificate of authentication from Garino verifying its provenance.

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    Auction Dates
    September, 2007
    20th Thursday
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