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Purgatory Post commemorates Apollo 11 anniversary

In just a few days, we will reach the 50th anniversary of the first manned moon landing. Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin set foot on the moon’s surface at what was late in the day on July 20, 1969, in the United States, making Apollo 11 the first of several missions to put human beings on the moon.

Purgatory Post in January issued a man on the moon stamp celebrating the anniversary for World Local Post Day. This month, the New Hampshire-based local post issued a pair of 11-sola stamps commemorating the Apollo 11 mission: one picturing astronauts Armstrong, Aldrin, and Michael Collins, along with a photo of their launch, and the other depicting the Apollo 11 patch and a picture of Aldrin standing next to an American flag on the moon.

Pair of 11-sola Purgatory Post Apollo 11 stamps picturing crew, spacecraft, Neil Armstrong and an American flag, and mission patch
Purgatory Post Apollo 11 stamps

Purgatory Post has been issuing a pair of stamps for the 50th anniversary of each of the Apollo missions, with the stamps for each mission denominated with the mission number. I would expect another six issues for the remaining Apollo flights.

Published 2019-07-07 Last updated 2019-07-29

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