CONRAD'S APOLLO 12 "ALL NAVY" CREW EMBLEM.
CARRIED TO THE LUNAR SURFACE.
Flown Apollo 12 emblem, cloth, 4 inches in diameter. Illustrates a clipper ship above the lunar surface with the last names of the Apollo 12 crew. Mounted on a Typed Letter Signed by Charles Conrad on his personal stationary.
With CHARLES CONRAD'S provenance letter which reads in part: "The above patch is from the first group ever made... The blue and gold colors are symbolic for my all Navy crew. Our mission to the moon began on November 14, 1969. Alan Bean and I made the second lunar landing of the Apollo program on November 19. This patch was carried in the lunar module and spent over 31 hours on the lunar surface. The Apollo XII mission lasted just over 10 days, ending with splashdown on November 24, 1969."