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    70mm Film from the Apollo 11 Moon Landing. Apollo 11 carried a number of cameras for collecting data and recording various aspects of the mission. Offered here is a roll of 70mm film taken from the surface of the Moon with the Apollo 11 Hasselblad electric camera. During the mission, nine lengthy rolls of 70mm film were exposed, and this one contains all the classic shots: Buzz Aldrin's first steps on the Moon; bootprints in the lunar soil; Aldrin planting and saluting the US flag; earth from the Moon's surface; Neil Armstrong's reflection in Buzz's visor; and so much more. This roll, designated as Roll S, was a first generation duplicate owned by Buzz Aldrin, and contains dozens of awesome color images that have become an important part of American and world history - sure to garner great interest from collectors in all fields. Minor emulsion damage due to storage, but generally in fine condition.

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    Auction Dates
    March, 2008
    25th Tuesday
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