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    Apollo A7L glove.

    Apollo Program: Training-Used A7L EVA Glove by ILC with Original Jim Irwin Tagging. A complete left-hand glove used by astronaut Jim Irwin, possibly as crew commander of LTA-8, or later in training as an Apollo 10 support crew member, or as the backup lunar module pilot for Apollo 12. The International Latex Corporation tag reads as follows: "ITEM 'Glove Assy I/TMG AT7L-203000-01' MODEL NO '2001A' SIZE 'Irwin' SERIAL '003' DATE '11/67' CONTRACT NO. 'NAS9-6100' 74897." The overall length is approximately 18.5" and it is 10.5" at the widest point of the cuff. The condition is quite rough with staining and multiple tears. A 5" x 2.5" "window" cut open in the palm area beautifully shows the multiple layers of material that make up the glove. A rare and desirable item for even the most advanced collector.

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    Auction Dates
    November, 2010
    17th Wednesday
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