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NEIL ARMSTRONG- AUTOGRAPH PHOTO Signed 1969 Cover APOLLO 11+HAIR DNA+PSA/DNA COA
NEIL-ARMSTRONG-AUTOGRAPH-PHOTO-Signed-1969-Cover-APOLLO-11-HAIR-DNA-PSA-DNA-COA
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Very fine/Near Mint Condition high grade preservation standards museum framed display

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Condition: Used : Split the cost with friends
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Seller Notes: Very fine/Near Mint Condition high grade preservation standards museum framed display
Country/Region of Manufacture: United States Signed by: Neil Armstrong
Original/Reproduction: Original Autograph Authentication: Professional Sports (PSA/DNA)

NEIL ARMSTRONG

Autographed 1969 Photo Cover & Annotated Apollo 11

PSA/DNA FULL LETTER OF AUTHENTICITY INCLUDED

BEAUTIFUL UNIQUE MUSEUM FRAMED COLLECTION

PLUS WE ARE INCLUDING RARE NEIL ARMSTRONG DNA HAIR SAMPLE #626

and this museum preserved and framed display also includes rare Brookings Type  Intercepted  radio transmission - "APOLLO 11 MOON ENCOUNTER TRANSMISSION"

For your consideration-

NEIL ARMSTRONG autographed hand signed photo on the cover of The Purdue Alumnus Program September October 1969. Signed only months after the historic moon landing in July 1969 Armstrong signs the iconic photo of himself on the cover; To Reed- With Sincere Good Wishes- Neil Armstrong Apollo 11

Armstrong's autograph in and of itself is probably the most undervalued autograph in historical collectible investments available today. The first human to put a foot on the moon was always reclusive and stopped signing all autographs in the spring of 1994. Neil Armstrong is no longer with us. With the true amazing historical significance of his autograph, a finite supply, and a soaring world wide demand by collectors that are quickly becoming aware of the incredible investment potential of Armstrong's autograph, makes Neil Armstrong's autograph one of the best values in collecting today. According to the PFC40 Autograph Index Neil Armstrong's autograph grew in value between 2000 and 2012 by 24.32% and is still climbing.

The autograph offered here is signed on the cover of a complete copy of The Purdue Alumnus September-October 1969 program in very good condition (Armstrong was a graduate of Purdue). Museum Standards beautifully royal blue laquer wood framed with two (2) acid free linen matts under UV Plexi-glass and measures approx. 22" x 35". What makes this autograph quite unique is not only was it signed in the same year as the moon landing in 1969 (RARE) but Armstrong adds "Apollo 11" under his name. (EXTREMELY RARE!)

As you will notice we have included two (2) very interesting moon photos of the Apollo mission landing site in this sale. Note the very interesting rectangular structures in the upper left hand side of the photo and remember these are on the moon prior to our landing.

The Apollo 11 moon mission has been shrouded in mystery especially concerning the lost 2 minutes of radio reception and the intercepted message. The Bronze engraved plate in this collection reads as follows:

"These babies are huge, sir...enormous...Oh God, you wouldn't believe it! I'm telling you

there are other space craft out there...lined up on the far side of the crater edge...they're on the

moon watching us." - Neil Armstrong July 1969

NEIL ARMSTRONG

Neil Alden Armstrong (August 5, 1930-August 25, 2012) was an American astronaut and the first person to walk on the moon. Armstrong's second and last space flight was as mission commander of the Apollo 11 moon landing, in July 1969. On this mission, Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin descended to the lunar surface and spent two and a half hours exploring, while Michael Collins remained in lunar orbit in the Command Module. Along with Collins and Aldrin, Armstrong was awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom by President Richard Nixon; President Jimmy Carter presented Armstrong the Congressional Space Medal of Honor in 1978.

Armstrong's walk on the moon was televised and witnessed by hundreds of millions around the planet. For many it was an unforgettable experience. What Armstrong experienced that day on the moon has been marked by controversy theories. According to reports in leaked government documents and photographs, Armstrong did not just see the barren landscape televised to millions, but something much more significant. According to NASA insiders and Maurice Chatelain, a retired NASA communications engineer who helped develop the communication systems used in the Apollo moon missions, and also an alledged ham radio transmission intercept, what Armstrong witnessed that day changed his life, and led to the eventual total abandonment of the manned lunar missions. According to documents, two huge spacecraft watched the Apollo 11 landing, and observed the Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin moon walks.

The autographed program and handsome museum framed collection is SOLD WITH OUR100% MONEY BACK GUARANTEE OF AUTHENTICITY and this auction includes 3 independent certificates of authenticity including PSA/DNA FULL LETTER OF AUTHENTICITY ( paid $250.00 PSA/DNA authentication fee).

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