Gemini 4 Flown Fliteline Medallion and Mustard Seed, in a ...Click the image to load the highest resolution version.
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DescriptionGemini 4 Flown Fliteline Medallion and Mustard Seed, in a Framed Display, with Ed White II and James McDivitt Signed Original NASA "Red Number" EVA Color Photo. A wonderful framed display containing a 25mm sterling silver medal flown on June 3-7, 1965, along with Jim McDivitt and Ed White II and a mustard seed from a small group that White carried in a pocket of his spacesuit while he performed the first extra-vehicular activity of the U.S. space program. The original NASA S-65-29766 10" x 8" chromogenic print on fiber based paper bearing the "A Kodak Paper" watermark on the verso is signed in black felt tip: "Edward H White II", and "Jim McDivitt/ CMDR GT-4". Included is an LOA from Regency Superior pertaining to both the medal and seed, as well as a Novaspace COA for the McDivitt signature. It should be noted that on the Regency Superior LOA Ed White III incorrectly labeled the Fliteline medal as a "Robbins" medal. Excellent.
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