DescriptionApollo 17 Flown Embroidered Mission Insignia Patch Originally from the Personal Collection of Mission Commander Gene Cernan, Certified and Signed. This 4" round patch flew with crewmembers Gene Cernan, Ron Evans, and Harrison Schmitt on the sixth and last manned mission to the moon, December 7-19, 1972. The mission insignia features the head of the Greek god Apollo, a U.S. flag and eagle, the moon, and the surnames of crewmembers. Cernan was the last man to stand on the moon. Excellent condition.
Cernan has certified this patch on the verso: "Flown to the Moon, Gene Cernan" (fair contrast).
Included with this lot is a color photo of Cernan holding this patch.
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