Flown Apollo 11 Command Module Rotation Hand Controller Dust Boot removed from the base of Rotation Controller #2, located between the middle and left seats. This controller was used for docking the Command Module to the Lunar Module. The gray rubber dust boot has five accordion-like segments, and is displayed on a plaque with a replica of the 'joystick-type' hand controller grip. The wooden plaque features an engraved plate, reading: "Apollo 11 Rotation Control Handle 'Dust Boot' Flown to the Moon on CM-107 Columbia, From RC #2, Used for LM Docking." In fine condition. Accompanied by a letter of provenance. A unique flown piece that was utilized in the critical LM/CM docking sequence during man's first lunar landing mission.
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