Two items: a hard-to-find launch day postcard featuring the Apollo 10 mission insignia and a Cape Canaveral launch day postmark, signed in black felt tip by John Young, Gene Cernan, and Tom Stafford; and a limited edition presentation of two original NASA 70mm transparencies of black-and-white film exposed during Apollo 10’s lunar orbital photography operations, unflown but produced from the original film by NASA’s photographic services shortly after the mission in 1969, mounted inside an 8.5 x 11 certificate, numbered 9/32, signed at the bottom in blue felt tip by Commander Tom Stafford. In overall fine condition. Accompanied by an Apollo 10 ‘minilog’ pamphlet and an annotated schematic of the LM-4 control/display panels. Consignor notes that these launch day postcards were issued on-site by KSC-NASA to guests viewing the launch. From the collection of aerospace memorabilia specialist Ken Havekotte. Pre-certified Zarelli Space Authentication.
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