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Autographs of Neil Armstrong & Buzz Aldrin nicely framed  

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Autographs of Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin - the first two men to walk on the moon - nicely framed with color photographs of them

Armstrong, Neil and Buzz Aldrin



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Autographs on 2 pieces of paper of the first two men who walked on the moon, Neil Armstrong and Buzz [Edwin E.] Aldrin, matted and framed (in a red, white, blue & silver) with color photographs of the two of them. All together with frame measures 41.5x51.5 cm (16¼x20¼").

Buzz Aldrin and Neil Armstrong where the first men to land on the moon. Armstrong (1930-2012) stopped signing autographs for the general public in 1994 and at the end of his life his autograph was considered to be the most valuable autograph of any living person.

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