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    Neil Armstrong Signed "First Man on the Moon" Stamp Plate Block. A lower right plate block of 10¢ U.S. airmail stamps (Scott #C76) signed in the right selvage by the first man on the moon himself. This stamp was issued in 1969 to commemorate America's amazing feat of landing a man on the moon. A very desirable crossover collectible appealing to space and autograph collectors as well as philatelists. In excellent condition save for a small, extraneous ink mark at upper right.

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    April, 2010
    21st Wednesday
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