It’s a bonanza for a space and history dweeb (like me)!
There is some space memorabilia coming up for auction, including a sample of moon dust collected by Neil Armstrong. I mean, come on…collected by the first man to set foot on the moon. That is crazy.
If that’s too rich for your blood – it’s valued at $2 – $4 million – how about a signed photo of Buzz Alrin, who followed Armstrong down the LEM ladder, standing on the moon. That’s expected to go for $3000 – $5000.
All are part of a collection of almost 150 lots set for auction next Thursday, July 20, to commemorate the 48th anniversary of that historic first moon landing.
Full details and more photos HERE.