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Dave Scott Three Mission Flown Item Display

Contains a Flown Item from each of Dave Scott's 3 Space Missions
1 - Gemini 8 Flown Gold Plated Filghtline Medallion
2 - Apollo 9 Flown Patch
3 - Apollo 15 Mini US Flag Flown to Lunar Surface
Includes a Dave Scott Triple Signed Panoramic Photo
Comes Directly from the Personal Collection of Apollo 15 Commander Dave Scott

Price: $19,995 + shipping

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Magnificent limited edition display of three flown artifacts from the personal collection of legendary NASA moonwalker Dave Scott, whose storied astronautical career is fully represented with this beautiful framed display, which is numbered 3 of 10. The items include: a 1" gold-plated Fliteline medallion carried during the Gemini 8 mission; a 3.5" embroidered Apollo 9 insignia patch carried into Earth’s orbit during the 10-day mission; and a 2.75" x 1.75" Beta cloth American flag that was carried to the surface of the moon during the Apollo 15 mission.

These three items are matted together with a color panoramic photo of images from each mission that is signed three times by Scott in silver ink or black felt tip: “Gemini VIII, First to dock in space, Dave Scott, PLT,” “Apollo 9, Lunar Module First Flight, Dave Scott, CMP,” and “Apollo 15, First Lunar Roving Vehicle, Dave Scott, CDR.” Archivally framed with an engraved plaque to an overall size of 27 x 24 inches. Accompanied by a letter of authenticity from Scott, who attests to the flown status of each item and signs in blue ink below each of the three detailed item descriptions.

Additionally, Scott notes that the reverse of the patch is signed and flight-certified, “A-9 Flown, D,” and that the flag “was carried inside a beta-cloth package mounted on an internal structural bracket of an Apollo 15 Oxygen Purge System (OPS) used for three days of EVA excursions during Apollo 15.”

The Apollo 15 OPS Flag

Several of these mini US Flags each measuring 2.75 x 1.5 inches, were hidden before the mission by an unknown engineer in a beta cloth pouch inside a metal bracket within Dave Scott's OPS unit, which was located on top of the PLSS (Portable Life Support System).

It wasn't until after the mission, that the secret stash of flags were discovered and eventually handed to Dave Scott.

Accompanied by a signed letter of provenance from Scott, also numbered 3/10, describing in detail the history of each piece. In part: "I hereby certify that the small beta-cloth US flag…was carried inside a beta-cloth package mounted on an internal structural bracket of an Apollo 15 Oxygen Purge System (OPS) for three days of EVA excursions during Apollo 15, the first extended exploration of the Moon, July 26-August 7, 1971. The OPS, including this small beta cloth US flag, was attached to the top of the Portable Life Support System (PLSS) on the lunar surface such that in the event of a PLSS failure, the OPS flow provides 30 minutes of breathing oxygen to the crewman…Several weeks after Apollo 15, this OPS Bracket and Flag Package were shown to me by NASA senior management. According to management, a member of the JSC Crew Systems Division (CSD) had prepared the flags and secretly stowed them…I was given the OPS bracket and package of flags.

Image showing the OPS and the location where the small flags were hidden


Al Worden wore this same OPS unit containing the flags during his deep space EVA




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Gemini 8 Gold Plated Fliteline Medallion


Apollo 9 Flown Patch


Apollo 15 Flown to Lunar Surface Flag


Triple Signed Panoramic Photo
“Gemini VIII, First to dock in space, Dave Scott, PLT,” “Apollo 9, Lunar Module First Flight, Dave Scott, CMP,” and “Apollo 15, First Lunar Roving Vehicle, Dave Scott, CDR.”


Dave Scott's signed and numbered COA




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