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    Shenzhou 6 Flown and Numbered Cover Signed by Fèi Jùnlóng and Niè Haishèng in Presentation Book. This nearly-five day flight took place in October 2005 and was China's second manned space mission. The official philatelic cover offered here, #0316, flew on the mission and is boldly signed by both astronauts (taikonauts). It is contained in a handsome 10.5" x 13" hardcover book, issued by the Chinese Academy of Space Technology, along with four other commemorative covers and a detailed multi-page official Certificate of Authenticity. Both the cover and COA bear embossed official stamps. Rarely offered as most of these flown covers were issued to party, government, and industrial VIPs. Very fine.

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    Auction Dates
    May, 2015
    22nd Friday
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