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    Apollo-Soyuz Test Project-Related Signed Items (Four). As follows.
    Deke Slayton and Alexei Leonov: Artcraft First Day Cover for the 10¢ Apollo Soyuz stamp (Scott #1570a) cancelled July 15, 1975, at Kennedy Space Center. Signed by both in black ink.
    Alexei Leonov: Same as above signed only by Leonov.
    Valeri Kubasov: Soviet stamped airmail envelope with Apollo-Soyuz cachet, cancelled April 12, 1985, signed in blue ink.
    Tom Stafford: Blue ink signature on the back of a postcard, suitable for matting.
    All fine or better.

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    May, 2017
    19th Friday
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