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    Apollo A7L spacesuit outer garment.

    Apollo Program: Training-Used A7L Integrated Thermal Micrometeoroid Garment by ILC with Jim Irwin Tagging, Originally from His Personal Collection. A rarely-offered original piece of the amazing Extravehicular Mobility Unit as worn by the astronauts on the Apollo missions to the moon. This one, likely used in Irwin's early training or possibly in his position as backup lunar module pilot for Apollo 10, has the International Latex Corporation tag; information given is as follows: Item "Integrated TMG Assy/ AT7L-200000-01", Model Number "2001A", Size "Irwin", Serial "003", Date "11/67", Contract Number "NAS 9-6100/ 74897". This garment only covers the torso and has no connectors, helmet, gloves, or boots. Note the following lots containing a training-used glove and a boot. Generally very good condition with only light wear and use. Don't pass this one up.

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    Auction Dates
    November, 2010
    17th Wednesday
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