NASA Apollo 11 Signed New York Times Cover. Armstrong, Aldrin, Collins. JSA
The Eagle Has Landed!
The Apollo 11 Lunar Landing is one of the most storied accomplishments in United States History, and is still celebrated as such over 50 years since launch. Today, sending rockets and people into space is almost commonplace, just in the last month two billionaires (Richard Branson and Jeff Bezos) both completed missions to space. However, in the 1960's, space exploration was in its early stages, and the Space Race became an international competition.
In July of 1969, Neil Armstrong, Buzz Aldrin, and Michael Collins took off for the moon, and on July 20th the Eagle landed! To celebrate this past week's anniversary of this historic feat, offered here is a gorgeous autograph display featuring all three signatures on a New York Times commemorative front-page from July 21, 1969. Armstrong, Collins, and Aldrin are three of the most popular autographs in the hobby, and having all three astronauts on the same piece is extremely rare, especially on a premium unique item like this! Elegantly framed and matted along with a gold plaque. Comes with a Letter of Authenticity from JSA.