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    Apollo 16 Flown Large American Flag Originally from the Personal Collection of Mission Commander John Young, Signed and Certified. An 11.5" x 7.75" cloth U.S. flag that flew aboard Apollo 16 to the moon, April 16-27, 1972, with crewmembers John Young, Ken Mattingly, and Charlie Duke. Young has signed at left on the lowest white stripe: "Flown on Apollo 16 - John W. Young". Flown flags of this size are considerably rarer than the 6" x 4" versions and eminently more displayable, thus making them very desirable to collectors. Excellent with several storage folds that could be pressed out.

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    Auction Dates
    May, 2015
    22nd Friday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 4
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