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    Apollo 14 Lunar Module Flown Camera Film Fragment on Moon Landing Cover. A tiny triangular-shaped piece (approximately 0.1875" x 0.1875") of photographic film that was part of a roll used on the surface of the moon. It is mounted to a philatelic cover with a NASA Manned Spacecraft Center Stamp Club cachet, bearing a "First Man on the Moon" 10¢ stamp, and cancelled on February 5, 1971, at Houston, Texas, the date of the third manned lunar landing. Included is a photocopy of a printed certificate for the piece of film from which this was excised, signed by Richard W. Underwood who was Supervisory Aerospace Technologist at the Manned Spacecraft Center in Houston. The text gives summarizes the history of the film, part of Roll-64 as used on the second EVA. This certificate is signed and certified as #11 of the limited edition by Florian Noller of Spaceflori.com. He has also signed and certified the back of the cover. Very fine.

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    Auction Dates
    May, 2015
    22nd Friday
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