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    Skylab II (SL-3) Flown Personal Set of Dinner Flatware Directly from the Personal Collection of Mission Pilot Jack Lousma, Signed and Certified. A four piece set of eating utensils that orbited the Earth for fifty-nine days in 1973; all are engraved "PLT" on the handle (for Pilot). Consists of: (1) a 6.75" Community Stainless tablespoon; (2) a 5.25" Community Stainless spoon; (3) a 6" Community Stainless fork; and (4) a 6" unmarked serrated table knife. They are enclosed in their original plastic, snap-closure pouch, 7.75" x 2.5", with a piece of Velcro on the back. Lousma has signed on the pouch: "Flown and used/ on Skylab II/ Jack Lousma". The utensils are in excellent condition though the tablespoon has food particles adhering. The pouch is in very good condition.

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    Auction Dates
    June, 2011
    3rd Friday
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