Al Worden's personally-owned and -worn stunning limited edition black Lunar 1969 wristwatch made by Col&MacArthur, numbered 0015/1969, with the upper dial containing a lunar fragment meteorite identified as Northwest Africa 11515 (NWA 11515). This handsome watch features a bright moon dial with a small metallic dot indicating the location of man's first step on the lunar surface. Additionally, the upper bezel is marked “July 20, 1969” and “Mare Tranquillitatis,” the date and landing site of Apollo 11, the border of the dial features the GPS coordinates for the six moon-landing missions, and the case back bears an engraved lunar bootprint. In fine condition. The watch is accompanied by its original presentation case, and by certificates of authenticity for the watch and the lunar meteorite fragment.
From the collection of Apollo 15 CMP Al Worden, and accompanied by a letter of provenance from his daughter Alison (Worden) Penczak.