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Lot 960

NASA Camera Bag Likely Flown On Multiple Shuttle Missions. Class I flight hardware NASA part # SED33102534-310 very likely flown camera bag designed and manufactured by Kirtland Manufacturing of Boulder, Colorado (company sold in 1986). An unknown quantity of these bags were ordered in 1983, have no NASA markings. First flown on STS-7 and every subsequent flight including astronaut stays on MIR and ISS flights at end of the Shuttle Program. Bags had a number of configurations including general purpose bag, film bag, accessory bag, CAM bag 35 mm bag,and 70mm bag denoted by a label inserted in front and side pockets. Bag partitions and stiffners were removed by NASA. Each bag was manufactured to hold three film container bandoliers to the inside lid holding 35 or 70 mm film containers. This bag is configured with one 35mm bandolier. Bag in good condition but does exhibit considerable use including stains, marks and wear areas, purchased as NASA surplus and comes with a COA. No flight history availabale Nice likely flown piece for any collection. Estimate Value $800 - 1,000


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