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Apollo 12 Insurance Cover

Apollo 12 Presentation featuring an Insurance Cover hand signed by Charles Conrad, Alan Bean and Dick Gordon
Came from the Personal Collection of Astronaut Paul Weitz
Price: SOLD

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Apollo 12 crew signed type 1 insurance cover and cancelled for launch at KSC on Nov 14th 1969.

Apollo insurance covers are postal envelopes that were usually printed with a mission emblem cachet, stamped, signed by the crew and postmarked on the day of launch. The astronauts' families then retained these special covers as a type of insurance against the possibility of an accident in space that would not allow the crew to safely return to earth.

Framed using archival materials below a stunning 23x8 inch Moonpans Panorama showing Charles Conrad at the LM with Surveyor crater on the left side, plus two 4 inch AB Emblem Patches

Overall size is approx 27x17.5 inches

Comes with a Moonpans COA

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Close up

Rear Side with Paul Weitz Inscription (photo taken before framing)

Small COA card from Paul Weitz


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