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    NASA: Collection of Seven Large Color Photos Suitable for Framing and Display. All are mounted on 20" x 16" matboards, as follows.
    Gemini V: Mainland of China with the Yangtze River and Tunging Hu Lake.
    Saturn V: Apollo-Saturn V en route to Launch Complex 39A.
    Apollo 8: View of the rising earth as they came from behind the moon.
    Apollo 11: View of lunar landing commemorative plaque on the moon's surface.
    Apollo 16: Launch.
    Apollo 17: Gene Cernan, the American flag, and the earth.
    Intelstat IV: Launch from Cape Kennedy, 1972 (photo loose from mat).
    All are captioned or identified (either front or back), generally fine.


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    Auction Dates
    November, 2017
    10th Friday
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