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    Possibly the most unique Neil Armstrong signed photo we have offered

    Neil Armstrong Signed Vintage NASA Photo of the Earliest Close-up Taken of the Moon (in 1851). An 8" x 10" glossy NASA B&W photo (1970) with a purple ink caption on verso that reads: "The oldest close up of the moon on record. This picture taken in March 1851 was originally a Crystalotype print from a daguerreotype." The first man to ever visit this heavenly body has signed it in blue felt tip: "Neil Armstrong". We feel certain that the original photographer never envisioned that man would someday walk on the moon's surface. A piece for the discriminating collector. Excellent.



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    Auction Dates
    November, 2020
    21st-22nd Saturday-Sunday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 3
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