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    Neil Armstrong Signed Large White Spacesuit Art Print Inscribed to His Brother and Family, in Framed Display, Directly from the Collection of His Niece Ellen. A 15.5" x 19.5" (sight size) B&W print of a pencil sketch by Richard Chadwick (who has signed at lower right) of the famous spacesuit pose. It has been signed in brown felt tip: "To Dean, Marilyn/ Jody, Ann, & Ellen--/ with Best Wishes/ For Long Life & Happiness --/ Neil Armstrong/ X-15/ Gemini VIII/ Apollo 11". A fabulous, long inscription, particularly rare and desirable with the added "X-15" and NASA missions. Handsomely framed to an overall 21" x 25". Gifted by Dean Armstrong to his youngest daughter Ellen. A one-of-a-kind piece. Very fine. A signed Certificate of Authenticity will be included with this lot.

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    Auction Dates
    November, 2019
    14th-16th Thursday-Saturday
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