DescriptionApollo 16 Lunar Module Flown Silver-Colored LM Charm from the collection of astronaut Charles M. Duke, Jr. This charm was flown on the Apollo 16 mission during April 16-27, 1972.
Now mounted on an unflown 14k gold disc, it was stowed in Charles M. Duke's Personal Preference Kit (PPK) aboard the Lunar Module Orion for nearly 72 hours while Duke and fellow crew member John W. Young explored the Descartes Highlands on the moon. The charm was returned to Earth aboard the Command Module Casper. The reverse of the disc is engraved "A-16 / D-4-20-72". From the collection of Charles M. Duke, Jr., who has included a handwritten and signed Letter of Certification verifying its provenance.
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