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    Gene Cernan Signed Large Apollo 17 Lunar Surface Color Photo with Extensive Handwritten Quote. A 20" x 16" silk finish photo on Kodak Endura paper of the U.S. flag and its shadow on the barren lunar surface. It is boldly signed in black felt tip with the last words he (or anyone else) ever spoke while standing on the lunar surface: "I'd like to just say what I believe/ history record - That America's challenge/ of today has forged man's destiny/ of tomorrow And, as we leave the Moon/ at Taurus-Littrow,/ we leave as we came/ and, God willing as we shall return,/ with peace and hope for all mankind./ God Speed the Crew of Apollo XVII/ Gene Cernan/ Apollo XVII". Another great display piece. Excellent.

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    May, 2019
    9th-11th Thursday-Saturday
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