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    Neil Armstrong Signed White Spacesuit Color Photo with Period Memorabilia. An 8" x 10" original NASA litho print of the popular image, signed in black felt tip: "To Daniel/ Neil Armstrong". Included is a complete thirty-two stamp pane of the 1969 "First Man on the Moon" 10¢ stamps (Scott #C76), a first day cover for that same stamp, and two colorful 3.5" pinbacks: "Neil Armstrong for President" and "America Salutes First Men On The Moon". Would make a nice display. Photo was obtained through the mail circa 1990. Just the tiniest bit of ink "bleed" on the signature, mentioned for accuracy, otherwise excellent.

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    Auction Dates
    November, 2015
    6th Friday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 1
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