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    Neil Armstrong Limited Edition Paul Calle Lithograph Signed (#757/1000). A 15" x 25" (sight size) B&W lithographed pencil sketch of Neil Armstrong as he suited up on July 16, 1969 for his rendezvous with history. It is framed (no glass) to an overall 19.5" x 29.5". Paul Calle was one of eight artists chosen by NASA in 1962 to document the U.S. space program. He was the only artist present when the crew of Apollo 11 prepared for launch and he designed the "First Man on the Moon" postage stamp celebrating Armstrong's momentous first step. Armstrong and Calle both signed this print in pencil at the National Air and Space Museum on December 23, 1976; they were sold there to raise money for the Charles Lindbergh Memorial Fund. Excellent condition.

    Fees, Shipping, and Handling Description: Framed - without Glass, Large (view shipping information)

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    April, 2009
    1st Wednesday
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