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In 1969, Apollo 11 went to the moon and then returned to earth with moonrocks and a new formula for hair pomade. Honest, they did.

It is doubtful that Neil Armstrong, Michael Collins, and Buzz Aldrin endorsed this product. This packaging, however, is highly collectible, and a similar one sold at an auction for $100.

This was the packaging for the hair pomade (cost: 10 cents). As seen on the packaging, the hair pomade was manufactured by H. H. Cosmetic Laboratory in San Juan, Rizal, the Philippines.

Printed on thin paper. It was never used but was in someone's collection. Some tiny tears on the edges have since been repaired with archival mending tissue. A bit of one corner torn off. Otherwise, it is in very good vintage condition. The colours are very bright and the paper is clean and smooth.

To see the other listing featuring only Neil Armstrong, click on:
http://www.etsy.com/listing/72118689/circa-1969-rare-vintage-ephemera-one

Size: approx. 8.25" x 11"

Shipped to you flat, with sturdy backing.