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This incredibly rare 1.75'' x 5.25'' metal plate was flown aboard the Apollo 12 Lunar Module, and is identical to the spacecraft identification plate which was fixed inside each Lunar Module when it was manufactured, and is one of only four known flown plates. The other three were given to the Apollo 12 crew, Pete Conrad, Dick Gordon and Alan Bean after their return to Earth. Before being awarded to the recipients, the plates were engraved with the date of splashdown.
THE APOLLO 12 LM FLOWN ID PLATE READS:
This particular ID Plate was owned by James C. Harrington, a Grumman Operations Engineer whom worked on the Lunar Module Program for Project Apollo. Harrington later went on to serve as NASA Spacelab Division Director. This particular ID Plate features an "James C. Harrington" engraving on its lower left corner, and comes affixed to a custom wooden desk stand over an engraved brass plate reading, "THIS NAMEPLATE CARRIED TO AND/ RETURNED FROM THE MOON/ IN/ APOLLO XII/ THE FIRST SCIENTIFIC EXPLORATION OF THE OCEAN OF STORMS."