Lot #2274
Charles Conrad's Skylab I Flown Patch

Carried on the first manned Skylab mission for 28 days
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Estimate: $2500+

Description

Carried on the first manned Skylab mission for 28 days

Beautiful flown embroidered Skylab I mission patch, 4″ in diameter, affixed to a letter of provenance signed in blue felt tip by Commander Charles Conrad, in part: "This cloth patch is one of two similar designs of the Skylab I emblem that is from my personal collection. The above patch has 'CKW,' the initials from our last names, to the right of the Skylab space station. I was the commander of the first manned mission to Skylab…This patch was carried with us during the launch of the SL-2 Saturn IB vehicle on May 25, 1973, and flew in space for 28 days." Matted alongside a color lithograph of the Skylab space station to an overall size of 18.5 x 11.5. In fine condition.

Auction Info

  • Auction Title: Science & Technology and Space Exploration
  • Dates: #588 - Ended July 16, 2020





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