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NASA Astronauts Signed $1 One Dollar Bill – Feat. Neil Armstrong (On Back) & Gordon, Pogue, Cernan, England, Overmyer & Fullerton (JSA Full LOA)Go Back
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Presented is a unique one dollar bill signed by seven NASA astronauts. They were all involved with the Apollo programs. The bill includes a full JSA letter for authentication.
The most well known signature is found exclusively on the back (perfect for singular display). Neil Armstrong the man who walked on the moon in the Apollo 11 lunar mission. His signature rates a “6-7”.
The front of the dollar bill was signed by six NASA astronauts in varying shades of blue/black ink including:
Richard Gordon. Gordon was a second-seat veteran on Gemini 11, flew as Command Module Pilot on Apollo 12. Gordon was selected to command the Apollo 18 lunar landing, which was cancelled.
William Pogue was one of the 19 NASA astronauts selected for the Apollo program (April 1966). He was also part of the support staff crew for Apollo missions 7, 11 and 14.
Robert Overmyer was a NASA astronaut who started with the Skylab Program from 1969-71. From there (1971-72), Overmyer went to being a support crew member for Apollo 17.
Tony England was a backup NASA astronaut who was part of the Apollo and Skylab programs. He flew during the Space Shuttle program as a mission specialist on STS-51F.
Gordon Fullerton was a NASA astronaut who served on the support crews for Apollo 14, 15, 16 and 17 lunar missions. He was also assigned to one of the two two-man flight crews which piloted the Space Shuttle prototype Enterprise during Approach and Landing Tests program at Dryden.
Gene Cernan was a NASA astronaut launched into space three times. He was pilot of Gemini 9A (1966); Lunar Module pilot of Apollo 10 (1969) and in December of 1972 Commander of Apollo 17 (final Apollo lunar landing).