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    Apollo Moonwalkers: Baseball Signed by the Eight Living Moonwalkers. An Official Major League Baseball (Bud Selig, Commissioner) bearing beautiful blue ink signatures of eight of the only twelve men to have ever walked on the moon, as follows: "Buzz Aldrin", "Alan Bean/ Apollo 12/ LMP", "Edgar Mitchell/ Apollo 14", "Dave Scott/ Apollo 15 Commander" (sweet spot), "John Young/ Apollo 16" & "Charlie Duke/ Apollo 16" on a single panel, and "Harrison H. Schmitt" & "Gene Cernan" on a single panel. It would be difficult to find a nicer example than this one. Excellent.

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    Auction Dates
    May, 2015
    22nd Friday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 0
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