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    Apollo 17 Lunar Module Flown Checklist Page Originally from the Personal Collection of Mission Commander Gene Cernan, Signed and Certified, in Framed Display with Panoramic Color Photo Signed by Him and Embroidered Mission Insignia Patch. A 5.5" x 8" page (1-7) from the Apollo 17 LM Contingency Checklist that flew to the lunar surface in December 1972. It is signed by Cernan in blue felt tip: "This Page was with us for/ 3 Historic Days/ aboard Challenger Gene Cernan". The 22" x 7.25" color photo of the LM Challenger, the LRV, and the American Flag is boldly signed in silver felt tip: "Gene Cernan/ Apollo XVII/ Taurus Littrow". A 4" diameter mission patch and an engraved plaque round out this beautiful display piece. COA from Moonpans included. Excellent.

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    November, 2020
    21st-22nd Saturday-Sunday
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