Apollo 11 through 17: Lunar Module Flown and Surface Used ...Click the image to load the highest resolution version.
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DescriptionApollo 11 through 17: Lunar Module Flown and Surface Used Artifacts from All the Manned Lunar Landing Missions in a High Quality Plexid 55 Limited Edition (11) Acrylic, with Artifact Cloud Authentication. Contains fragments of the following:
Apollo 11 - flown film
Apollo 12 - flown film
Apollo 14 - flown film
Apollo 15 - flown checklist segment
Apollo 16 - flown beta cloth covered with lunar dust
Apollo 17 - flown film
Just think- all of these fragments flew to the surface of the moon. A beautifully designed 7" x 4" x 1" display. Included with the lot is a Certificate of Authenticity (with extensive provenance) signed by Florian Noller. Excellent.
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