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    Apollo 16 Framed Photo Display Signed by the Crew, Presented by Mission Lunar Module Pilot Charlie Duke. Seven various size color photos tracing the mission from lift-off to splashdown, all mounted to a 24" x 20" mat, with a printed card showing the mission insignia and dates that has been signed by all three crewmembers, "John Young", "Ken Mattingly", and "Charlie Duke". Beneath this and in the center of the mat, Duke has written: "To Bert/ For a country boy this trip/ sure beats downtown on Saturday./ Hope this helps you share some/ of our great times with sincere/ Best Wishes./ Charlie". This was presented to friend and fellow hunter Burt Klineburger after the mission. Framed to an overall 25" x 21". Extremely fine condition.

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    October, 2008
    7th Tuesday
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