Flown Fisher AG-7 Space Pen carried by Eisele on board Apollo 7. Chrome-finish pen measures 5.25" long with a small piece of Velcro attached near the top. Pen comes with a 7.75 x 4.25 wooden display plaque with an engraved plate: "Used By Col. Eisele on the Apollo #7 11 Day Mission—Oct. 11, 1968-October 22, 1968,” and bearing an engraved signature of Eisele at the bottom of the plaque. In very good condition, with a noticeable crack to lower barrel (which could be hidden when mounted), and separated top and bottom half. Apollo 7 was the first mission to use the Fisher Space Pen, making this one of the first examples of this famous pen to actually be flown in space and one of the more sought-after flown relics as it is one of the few flown items that can be used on Earth. RRAuction COA.
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