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Neil Armstrong, Ed White & Early Astronauts Signed $1 Silver Certificate

A rare dollar bill signed by Neil Armstrong, Ed White, and other early astronauts during jungle survival training in Panama, 1963.

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This is a rare Series 1957 B one dollar silver certificate signed on the portrait side in red and blue ballpoint by Neil Armstrong, Ed White, Scott Carpenter, John Glenn, James Lovell, and Wally Schirra, and signed again on the reverse in ballpoint by Neil Armstrong and Deke Slayton.

This set of autographs is made rarer by the fact that it features signatures from the first man to set foot upon the moon, the first American to walk in space, and the first American to orbit the Earth!

The signatures were obtained while the astronauts were participating in jungle training in Panama from June 3-6, 1963, at Albrook Air Force Base. Although missions were meant to land in the ocean, NASA took no chances and provided the astronauts with jungle and desert training in case of going off course. A very scarce and wonderful assemblage of signatures acquired during a very important, and fortunately not called upon, part of their training.

The dollar comes presented within a museum-grade UV-protective acrylic case and can be removed easily if so desired, as well as an outer protective box.

Product Information:

  • Series 1957 B one dollar silver certificate
  • Signed during jungle survival training June 3-6, 1963
  • Includes a museum-grade UV-protective Perspex® VA 004 case
  • Comes in a Guardhouse protective case
Signed by Astronauts:
  • Neil Armstrong (twice)
  • Edward White
  • Scott Carpenter
  • John Glenn
  • James Lovell
  • Wally Schirra
  • Deke Slayton

About the Perspex® VA 004 Case:

Perspex® VA acrylic is a colourless, cast acrylic sheet with integral UV protection intended for specialist glazing applications and display cases. This type of acrylic is most often used for high-end artwork and museum displays.

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