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Grumman was NASA's prime contractor for the Lunar Module, and its peak they employed thousands of people directly on this project.

In some cases Grumman had embroidered patches produced for use on coveralls or had patches produced simply as mementos for their employees.

In other cases smaller teams within the company had their own patches produced to commemorate the particular role they were playing in mankind's greatest adventure.

These contractor patches were generally manufactured in small numbers and given exclusively to select groups of employees making them both rare and highly sought by collectors today.

Grumman logo patches

The patches in the following section are generic company logo or name patches known to have been used on the coveralls of employees working on the space program and in some cases by visiting astronauts, although they were not necessarily exclusive to the company's space projects.
Patch id:

Grumman Logo patch variant 1

Worn by crew? No.
Flown? No.
Manufacturer: Unknown
Distribution: Limited to Grumman employees.
Dimensions: Body 3" / 76mm
Type: Partially embroidered on blue twill. Stitched border with cut edge.
Scarcity: Scarce.
Value: Unknown.
Notes: This appears to be a distinct variant of the regular Grumman logo patch. The Grumman text and most other details are distinctly more bold than in the regular version.
Patch id:

Grumman Logo patch variant 2

Worn by crew? No.
Flown? No.
Manufacturer: Unknown
Distribution: Limited to Grumman employees.
Dimensions: Body 2.7" / 68mm
Type: Partially embroidered on blue linen. Stitched border with cut edge.
Scarcity: Scarce.
Value: Examples sold recently for $35.75 and $34 [1]
Notes:

This is another variant of the Grumman logo patch, embroidered on a blue linen-like cloth backing rather than the usual twill.

This particular version of the Grumman logo patch seems to match that worn by the Grumman employees at KSC in this image taken prior to the Apollo 13 launch in 1970.

Patch id:

Grumman text back patch

Worn by crew? No.
Flown? No.
Manufacturer: Unknown
Distribution: Limited to Grumman employees.
Dimensions: 7¾ x 2½" / 197 x 64mm
Type: Partially embroidered on white twill. Merrowed edge.
Scarcity: Scarce.
Value: Examples sold recently for $33 to $100 [2]
Notes:

This oversize patch bearing the company name was worn on the back of overalls by Grumman employees at the Bethpage plant and at the KSC.

NASA-specific Grumman patches

Patch id:

Grumman Lunar Module KSC patch

Worn by crew? No.
Flown? No.
Manufacturer: Unknown
Distribution: Limited to Grumman LM KSC team
Dimensions: 3¼" / 84mm
Type: Partially embroidered on blue twill. Merrowed edge with 'tail'.
Scarcity: Very rare.
Value: Examples sold in recent years have fetched between $50 and $259[4].
Notes:

At its peak, Grumman's team at the Kennedy Space Center was around 1,400 strong. It's not clear when exactly this patch was produced but it's likely that a significant portion of those employees received one of these patches.

This image taken prior to the Apollo 13 launch in 1970, shows one of these patches being worn by a Grumman employee at KSC.

This patch exists in two distinct forms, one embroidered on dark blue twill and the other on slightly lighter blue twill ( see example ). This is probably just the result of two separate production runs as the design is otherwise identical.

Both forms of the patch are rare but the lighter blue versions seems to be the scarcer of the two.

Patch id:

Grumman Lunar Module KSC patch replica

Worn by crew? No.
Flown? No.
Manufacturer: Unknown
Distribution: Unknown
Dimensions: 4" / 103mm
Type: Partially embroidered on blue twill. Merrowed border, selvedged (no 'tail').
Scarcity: Unknown
Value: Unknown
Notes:

This apparently modern replica of the Grumman Lunar Module KSC patch only surfaced recently. The patch can be easily distinguished from the original by its clean modern stitching and by the fact that the final letter of Grumman seems to have been mistakenly executed as an "r". Also, the patch has been created as a 4" design whilst the original was only 3¼" across.

Patch id:

Grumman Lunar Module patch likely replica

Worn by crew? No.
Flown? No.
Manufacturer: Unknown
Distribution: Unknown
Dimensions: Approx 4" / 101mm
Type: Fully embroidered. Merrowed edge with 'tail'.
Scarcity: Very rare. Three examples sold in last year.
Value: The most recent example sold for $267.22[3].
Notes: This patch is an embroidered version of the Grumman Lunar Module insignia which is more often seen as a decal. Although there is a possibility this may be vintage it seems more likely that this is a modern patch based on the original decal design, possibly produced by Randy Hunt.
Patch id:

Grumman Lunar Module insignia Crew Patches replica

Worn by crew? No.
Flown? No.
Manufacturer: AB Emblem
Distribution: Available exclusively from my Crew Patches store.
Dimensions: 4" / 101mm
Type: Fully embroidered. Merrowed edge with 'tail'.
Scarcity: Limited production run.
Value: On sale at $12
Notes: This is a high quality replica of the vintage Grumman Lunar Module decal design, produced for me by AB Emblem in late 2014.

These patches are not available via regular retail outlets, or from AB Emblem directly. If you want to purchase one or more of these patches please go to the Crew Patches Store page.

Patch id:

Grumman LM Ground Support patch

Worn by crew? No.
Flown? No.
Manufacturer: Unknown
Distribution: Limited to Grumman LM Ground Support team.
Dimensions: Approx. 4" / 101mm
Type: Partially embroidered on blue twill. Merrowed edge with 'tail'.
Scarcity: Extremely rare.
Value: An example sold in 2016 at $1,377[5]
Notes: I've only seen two examples of this striking fully-embroidered patch sold to-date, implying that its distribution must have been very limited.
At its peak the Grumman Lunar Module Ground Support team at Bethpage numbered around 600 so it's likley the patch wasn't an official Grumman product issued to the staff.
Patch id:

Grumman LM Ground Support patch replica?

Worn by crew? No.
Flown? No.
Manufacturer: Unknown
Distribution: Unknown
Dimensions: Approx. 3½" / 89mm
Type: Partially embroidered on blue twill. Merrowed edge with 'tail'
Scarcity: Unknown.
Value: Unknown.
Notes: Two examples of this patch have now been sold[5], with the most recent example being offered amongst a host of modern replicas of rare patches, all most likely produced by Randy Hunt.

The poorly-excecuted design, particularly the thread color transition on the hand, and the odd combination of 2D LM on a 3D hand would seem to indicate that if this patch is vintage then it was likely a first draft or prototype for the more successful version shown on the left.

However, all the evidence, and particularly the modern fill thread pattern apparent on parts of this patch (e.g. the palm of the hand), makes me think this is almost certainly a modern replica, likely produced by Randy Hunt in the 1990s or early 2000s.

Patch id:

Grumman LEM Cold Flow Test Site

Worn by crew? No.
Flown? No.
Manufacturer: Unknown
Distribution: Grumman Bethpage personnel.
Dimensions: Approx. 3⅛" / 80mm
Type: Partially embroidered on blue twill. Merrowed edge.
Scarcity: Rare.
Value: Unknown.
Notes: An example of this patch appears on a vintage banner displayed at the Cradle of Aviation Museum at Long Island, New York.

Thanks to a letter discovered in the estate of Walter Schirra we now know that this patch was designed by a Grumman employee at the Bethpage plant in 1965. He intended it to be worn by personnel working on the LEM Propulsion systems there.

Patch id:

Snoopy "Grumman" Randy Hunt reproduction patch

Worn by crew? No.
Flown? No.
Manufacturer: Randy Hunt
Distribution: Unknown
Dimensions: Approx 4"
Type: Partially embroidered on felt.
Scarcity: Unknown
Value: Unknown.
Notes: This patch is a modern unauthorized reproduction of a vintage decal design, produced by Randy Hunt in the 1990s or 2000s. Examples sold today are often mistaken for vintage patches and thus sell for significant sums.



Patch id:

Grumman Astronaut-Pilot Team patch

Worn by crew? No.
Flown? No.
Manufacturer: Unknown
Distribution: Limited to Grumman.
Dimensions: 4½ x 2½" / 114 x 64mm
Type: Partially embroidered on white twill. Merrowed edge with 'tail'.
Scarcity: Rare.
Value: Unknown.
Notes: This patch was used on work coveralls worn at Grumman's Bethpage plant by some staff and by visiting astronauts, as shown in this photo.
Patch id:

Grumman Astronaut-Pilot Team back patch

Worn by crew? No.
Flown? No.
Manufacturer: Unknown
Distribution: Limited to Grumman.
Dimensions: 8¾ x 5" / 222 x 127mm
Type: Partially embroidered on white twill. Merrowed edge with 'tail'
Scarcity: Rare.
Value: An example sold for $115[6]
Notes: This patch is a larger version of that on the left, and was worn on the backs of coveralls, as shown in this photo.



Patch id:

Grumman LM-1 APOLLO-5 patch

Worn by crew? No.
Flown? No.
Manufacturer: Unknown
Distribution: Limited to Grumman LM-1 team.
Dimensions: 4 1/8" / 104mm
Type: Fully embroidered. Merrowed edge with 'tail'.
Scarcity: Very rare.
Value: Examples have sold in recent years for between $202 and $588[7].
Notes: This rare vintage patch celebrates the first test flight of a Lunar Module, LM-1 aboard Apollo 5. It may have been produced by one of the Grumman team based at the KSC.
Patch id:

Grumman LM-1 APOLLO-5 replica patch

Worn by crew? No.
Flown? No.
Manufacturer: AB Emblem
Distribution: Available exclusively from my Crew Patches store.
Dimensions: 4 1/8" / 104mm
Type: Fully embroidered. Merrowed edge with 'tail'.
Scarcity: Limited production run.
Value: On sale at $15
Notes: This is a high quality replica of the rare Grumman LM-1 / APOLLO-5 patch, produced for me by AB Emblem in early 2012.

These patches are not available via regular retail outlets, or from AB Emblem directly. If you want to purchase one or more of these patches please go to the Crew Patches Store page.

Patch id:

Grumman LM-1 APOLLO-5 Randy Hunt replica patch

Worn by crew? No.
Flown? No.
Manufacturer: Likely Randy Hunt
Distribution: Unknown
Dimensions: Approx 4"
Type: Fully embroidered. Merrowed edge with 'tail'.
Scarcity: Unknown
Value: Unknown
Notes: This replica of the original LM-1 patch can be readily identified by the missing dash in the "LM-1" lettering and the "APOLLO 5" text which has apparently been executed as "APOLLO S".
It was apparently produced by Randy Hunt (4gator).



Patch id:

Grumman Vehicle 1 Team patch

Worn by crew? No.
Flown? No.
Manufacturer: Unknown
Distribution: Unknown
Dimensions: Approx 3 5/8" / 92mm across
Type: Partially embroidered on yellow twill. Stitched border, cut edge.
Scarcity: Very rare.
Value: Unknown[8]
Notes: I've only seen one example of this patch to-date, from the collection of a Grumman Bethpage employee.
It's not possible to say for sure that it is genuinely vintage but it seems very likely. If so, it was likely produced directly by someone working in the LM-1 team.
The patch is fairly crudely executed as a partially embroidered design on twill with a hand cut edge.



Patch id:

LM3 patch

Worn by crew? No.
Flown? No.
Manufacturer: Unknown
Distribution: Unknown
Dimensions: Approx 3⅓ x 3½" / 85 x 87mm
Type: Fully embroidered. Merrowed edge with 'tail'.
Scarcity: Very rare.
Value: Examples sold recently for $216 and $725[9].
Notes: This patch celebrates the first manned flight of a Lunar Module, LM-3 as part of the Apollo 9 mission. It appears to be a vintage patch (with a second example now having surfaced), and although the rather crude design does not form part of the series of LM insignias produced by the Grumman teams working at Bethpage it may possibly have been produced by a Grumman employee based at the KSC.
A example sold in 2015 was supposedly from the collection of an AB Emblem salesman, although this doesn't prove they were the manufacturers.
Patch id:

LM3 Crew Patches replica patch

Worn by crew? No.
Flown? No.
Manufacturer: AB Emblem
Distribution: Available exclusively from my Crew Patches store.
Dimensions: Approx 3⅓ x 3½" / 85 x 87mm
Type: Fully embroidered. Merrowed edge with 'tail'.
Scarcity: Limited production run.
Value: On sale at $15
Notes: This is a high quality replica of the rare Grumman LM-3 patch, produced for me by AB Emblem in 2012.

These patches are not available via regular retail outlets, or from AB Emblem directly. If you want to purchase one or more of these patches please go to the Crew Patches Store page.

Patch id:

LM3 Randy Hunt replica patch

Worn by crew? No.
Flown? No.
Manufacturer: Randy Hunt
Distribution: Unknown
Dimensions: Unknown
Type: Fully embroidered. Merrowed edge.
Scarcity: Unknown
Value: Unknown
Notes: This replica of the LM3 patch, apparently produced by Randy Hunt (4gator), can be readily identified by the orange background.



Patch id:

Grumman W.S.T.F. patch

Worn by crew? No.
Flown? No.
Manufacturer: Unknown
Distribution: Unknown
Dimensions: Body approx 3" / 76mm
Type: Partially embroidered on blue twill. Stitched border with cut edge.
Scarcity: Very rare.
Value: Unknown[10]
Notes: This W.S.T.F. acronym on this patch is related to the White Sands Test Facility, where Grumman tested the Reaction Control System thrusters of the Lunar Module. As for the symbols under the lettering, it is possible that the crosses represent the city of "Las Cruces" and the nearby mountains.
It seems almost certaint that these patches were hand made (presumably in a very small run) as the two examples seen to date (see second example here) show distinct differences in details of the execution - the lettering, yellow lines, and particularly the details of the Lunar Module.
Note that these kind of differences are often indicators of 'Tiger Embroidery' patches but some vintage patches were also produced by hand - famously the Gemini 5 patches worn by the crew themselves.
Patch id:

Grumman Product Development Center patch

Worn by crew? No.
Flown? No.
Manufacturer: Unknown
Distribution: Unknown
Dimensions: 3¾ x 4½" ; 95 x 114mm
Type: Partially embroidered on white twill. Merrowed border.
Scarcity: Rare.
Value: An example sold for $221 in 2009[11]
Notes: This Grumman Product Development Center patch is apparently related to the Apollo project, with the compass in the main bee's hand forming an "A" for Apollo and the three small bees representing the three-man Apollo program.
Footnotes

[1] Examples of Grumman logo patch sales:
     eBay item no. 160255895653 July 5,2008 sold at $76.00 (Lot included a Martin Marietta Pocket Patch)
     eBay item no. 150280624931 Aug 14, 2008 sold at $102.50
     eBay item no. 360247790010 Apr 4, 2010 sold at $30.97
     eBay item no. 360249687017 Apr 11, 2010 sold at $54.00
     eBay item no. 360256833451 May 2, 2010 sold at $43.00
     eBay item no. 360260934010 May 16, 2010 sold at $122.49
     eBay item no. 360265927060 May 30, 2010 sold at $27.00
     eBay item no. 360274991826 Jun 28, 2010 sold at $22.29
     eBay item no. 360280302158 Jul 19, 2010 sold at $42.77
     eBay item no. 360284404773 Aug 2, 2010 sold at $63.75
     eBay item no. 360301998634 Sep 27,2010 sold at $56.00
     eBay item no. 360305020397 Oct 4, 2010 sold at $66.00
     eBay item no. 140458636485 Oct 4, 2010 sold at $67.99
     eBay item no. 360309042996 Oct 18, 2010 sold at $51.00
     eBay item no. 270664242745 Nov 22, 2010 sold at $27.00
     eBay item no. 140492430752 Dec 27, 2010 sold at $22.27
     eBay item no. 360335550256 Jan 17, 2011 sold at $21.50
     eBay item no. 220731026296 Jan 30, 2011 sold at $64.99 (Lot included 2 Grumman Corp. patches + 13 other Assorted patches)
     eBay item no. 130481215383 Feb 6, 2011 sold at $28.51
     eBay item no. 360340027599 Feb 6, 2011 sold at $25.01
     eBay item no. 360346225801 Feb 27, 2011 sold at $42.51
     eBay item no. 270715146019 Mar 6, 2011 sold at $32.51
     eBay item no. 360350592537 Mar 13, 2011 sold at $33.78
     eBay item no. 170627845790 Apr 19, 2011 sold at $46
     eBay item no. 170633299691 May 1, 2011 sold at $33
     Lunar Legacies Space Auction Lot 164 May 21, 2011 sold at $92
     eBay item no. 170687917854 Sep 4, 2011 sold at $90
     eBay item no. 170695407140 Sep 18, 2011 sold at $33
     eBay item no. 130580935689 Oct 2, 2011 sold at $35.75 [Variant 2]
     eBay item no. 170709970604 Oct 16, 2011 sold at $46
     eBay item no. 170714657361 Oct 23, 2011 sold at $26.99
     eBay item no. 170723880605 Nov 14, 2011 sold at $16.50
     eBay item no. 140640907627 Nov 20, 2011 sold at $23.38
     eBay item no. 170732675872 Nov 20, 2011 sold at $15.50
     eBay item no. 170734089707 Dec 4, 2011 sold at $81
     eBay item no. 180773531566 Dec 18, 2011 sold at $34.33
     eBay item no. 180790596747 Jan 9, 2012 sold at $28.89
     eBay item no. 180793931635 Jan 22, 2012 sold at $51
     eBay item no. 170773920872 Feb 5, 2012 sold at $24.98
     eBay item no. 170780756800 Feb 12, 2012 sold at $34.99
     eBay item no. 180844321943 Mar 25, 2012 sold at $26.25
     eBay item no. 180859207987 Apr 15, 2012, sold at $35
     eBay item no. 180867892269 Apr 29, 2012, sold at $21.50
     eBay item no. 170838851278 May 13, 2012 sold at $22.29
     eBay item no. 170844743200 May 20, 2012 sold at $14.86
     eBay item no. 170849134261 May 30, 2012 sold at $34.33
     eBay item no. 270993483341 Jun 10, 2012 sold at $34 [Variant 2]
     eBay item no. 170856847550 Jun 10, 2012 sold at $36
     eBay item no. 170874036348 Jul 15, 2012 sold at $31
     eBay item no. 180929619586 Jul 22, 2012 sold at $33
     eBay item no. 280930908729 Jul 28, 2012 sold at $41.95
     eBay item no. 180968417191 Sep 14, 2012 sold at $49.95
     eBay item no. 180968417191 Sep 15, 2012 sold at $49.95
     eBay item no. 181005847073 Oct 30, 2012 sold at $49.95
     eBay item no. 181005847073 Nov 14, 2012 sold at $49.95
     eBay item no. 321016198754 Nov 27, 2012 sold at $38.95
     eBay item no. 181033605047 Nov 27, 2012 sold at $49.95
     eBay item no. 181033605047 Nov 27, 2012 sold at $49.95
     eBay item no. 400422777468 Mar 3, 2013 sold at $32.02
     eBay item no. 181078762013 Mar 3, 2013 sold at $49.95
     eBay item no. 221202031859 May 2, 2013 sold at $38.95
     eBay item no. 400466659026 Jun 7, 2013 sold at $49.95
     eBay item no. 400514819600 Aug 7, 2013 sold at $49.95
     eBay item no. 390672497554 Oct 9, 2013 sold at $5.24
     eBay item no. 221456462167 Jul 25, 2014 sold at $45 [variant 2]
     eBay item no. 281309624233 Jul 31, 2014 sold at $49.95
     eBay item no. 191604829825 Jun 17, 2015 sold at $250 [16 examples in one lot]
     eBay item no. 191613995554 Jun 28, 2015 sold at $99 [buy-it-now, 3 examples in one lot]
     eBay item no. 361330127775 Aug 2, 2015 sold at $37.95 [buy-it-now]
     eBay item no. 141754466862 Aug 30, 2015 sold at $9.95 [Variant 2]
     eBay item no. 371725534551 Sep 11, 2016 sold at $21.40
     eBay item no. 371725534060 Sep 11, 2016 sold at $35
     eBay item no. 371725534249 Sep 11, 2016 sold at $22.90
     Space Walk Hall of Fame Charity Auction lot no. 187 Oct 29, 2016 sold at $84 [Variant 1]
     eBay item no. 262960897871 Apr 24, 2017 sold at $24.95 [Variant 2]

[2] Examples of Grumman text back patch sales:
     eBay item no. 130685098078 Apr 29, 2012 sold at $51
     eBay item no. 400841757433 Jan 18, 2015 sold at $100.25
     eBay item no. 261754952543 Feb 4, 2015 sold at $67.48
     eBay item no. 261754952543 Feb 18, 2015 sold at $67.48
     eBay item no. 321682720610 Mar 7, 2015 sold at $33
     eBay item no. 321697384672 Mar 23, 2015 sold at $41.95
     eBay item no. 251961539431 Jun 14, 2015 sold at $49 [buy-it-now]
     eBay item no. 261930404392 Jun 26, 2015 sold at $49 [buy-it-now]

[3] Examples of Grumman Lunar Module patch sales:
     eBay item no. 130300902575 Apr 25, 2009 sold at $76.66 (lot with other patches)
     eBay item no. 360228317369 Jan 31, 2010 sold at $152.50
     eBay item no. 280895620930 Jun 12, 2012 sold at $267.22

[4] Examples of Grumman Lunar Module KSC patch sales:
     Astro-Auction Feb 14, 2007 sold at $81.75 [DARK BLUE]
     Direct sale Feb 14, 2007 sold at $49 [DARK BLUE]
     Direct sale Feb 15, 2007 sold at $69 [LIGHT BLUE]
     eBay listing Mar, 2007 sold at $89 [DARK BLUE]
     eBay item no. 130152816928 Sep 12, 2007 sold at $165 [DARK BLUE]
     eBay item no. 130162373069 Oct 17, 2007 sold at $170 [DARK BLUE]
     eBay item no. 150196169785 Dec 23, 2007 sold at $99.95 [DARK BLUE]
     eBay listing Mar, 2008 sold at $79 [DARK BLUE]
     eBay item no. 150240304769 May 1, 2008 sold at $91 [DARK BLUE]
     eBay item no. 130233375093 Jun 30, 2008 sold at $92 [DARK BLUE]
     eBay item no. 130235444917 Jul 8, 2008 sold at $74 [DARK BLUE]
     eBay item no. 130238088486 Jul 18, 2008 sold at $72.77 [DARK BLUE]
     eBay item no. 150273678696 Jul 27, 2008 sold at $99.95 [DARK BLUE]
     eBay item no. 150284455688 Aug 24, 2008 sold at $99.95 [DARK BLUE]
     eBay listing Mar, 2009 sold at $56.51 [DARK BLUE]
     eBay item no. 360228309541 Jan 31, 2010 sold at $81 [LIGHT BLUE]
     eBay item no. 320557955198 Jul 13, 2010 sold at $51 [LIGHT BLUE]
     eBay item no. 270663257391 Nov 20, 2010 sold at $158.05 [LIGHT BLUE]
     Lunar Legacies Space Auction Lot 84 May 21, 2011 sold at $258.75 [DARK BLUE]
     eBay item no. 200649276194 Sep 11, 2011 sold at $61 [DARK BLUE]
     eBay item no. 180789403716 Jan 7, 2012 sold at $79.99 [DARK BLUE]
     eBay item no. 140730609537 Apr 1, 2012 sold at $114.49 [LIGHT BLUE]
     eBay item no. 140812796019 Aug 5, 2012 sold at $78.89 [LIGHT BLUE]
     eBay item no. 170935673796 Nov 12, 2012 sold at $150 [DARK BLUE]
     eBay item no. 130802921867 Nov 20, 2012 sold at $157.50 [LIGHT BLUE]
     eBay item no. 370795782268 Apr 21, 2013 sold at $87 [DARK BLUE]
     eBay item no. 121101813105 May 5, 2013 sold at $62.77 [DARK BLUE]
     eBay item no. 360837316183 Jan 19, 2014 sold at $152.50 [DARK BLUE]
     eBay item no. 251455144739 Mar 14, 2014 sold at $116 [DARK BLUE]
     eBay item no. 251535208250 May 25, 2014 sold at $26.50 [DARK BLUE, condition issues]
     eBay item no. 221551552915 Sep 18, 2014 sold at $89.95 [DARK BLUE]
     eBay item no. 251630817595 Sep 18, 2014 sold at $69.95 [DARK BLUE]
     eBay item no. 121492565367 Nov 22, 2014 sold at $89.99 [DARK BLUE]
     eBay item no. 121492565367 Nov 28, 2014 sold at $89.99 [DARK BLUE]
     eBay item no. 361147227974 Dec 14, 2014 sold at $64.75 [DARK BLUE]
     eBay item no. 361206272795 Feb 3, 2015 sold at $89.95 [DARK BLUE]
     eBay item no. 251885056235 Mar 22, 2015 sold at $85 [DARK BLUE]
     eBay item no. 261837573937 Apr 9, 2015 sold in large collection of Grumman patches
     eBay item no. 261838124388 Apr 11, 2015 sold at $77.67 [DARK BLUE]
     eBay item no. 181792090394 Jul 5, 2015 sold at $70 [DARK BLUE]
     eBay item no. 162083930851 Jun 2, 2016 sold ar $61 [DARK BLUE]
     eBay item no. 351826580372 Sep 11, 2016 sewn onto jacket
     eBay item no. 371737825937 sep 25, 2016 sold ar $104.09 [DARK BLUE]
     eBay item no. 371737809969 sep 25, 2016 sold ar $64.17 [DARK BLUE]
     eBay item no. 351841664921 sep 25, 2016 sold ar $67 [DARK BLUE]
     Space Walk of Fame auction lot no. 186 Oct 29, 2016 sold at $72
     eBay item no. 252964038693 May 29, 2017 sold ar $44.95 (buy-it-now) [DARK BLUE]
     eBay item no. 252964038693 May 29, 2017 sold ar $44.95 (buy-it-now) [DARK BLUE]

[5] Examples of Grumman LM Ground Support patch sales:
     eBay item no. 280732040537 Sep 6, 2011 sold at $152.50 [Variant/replica version]
     eBay item no. 180816989123 Feb 13, 2012 sold at $129.49 [resale of above Variant/replica version]
     eBay item no. 270992780358 Jun 12, 2012 sold at $113.50 [Variant/replica version]
     eBay item no. 270992780358 Mar 9, 2016 sold at $1376.51 [Variant/replica version]

[6] Examples of Grumman Astronaut-Pilot Team patch sales:
     Lunar Legacies Space Auction Lot 181 Nov 19, 2011 sold at $115 [back patch]

[7] Examples of Grumman LM-1 APOLLO-5 patch sales:
     Astro-Auction Feb 14, 2007 sold at $175.
     Direct sale Feb 15, 2007 sold at $149.
     eBay item no. 220145884059 Sep 8, 2007 sold at $179.57
     eBay item no. 230246234004 Apr 28, 2008 sold at $78.77
     eBay item no. 150280654004 Aug 17, 2008 sold at $391.76
     eBay item no. 400014311776 Dec 19, 2008 sold at $130
     LunarLegacies.com site sale Sep 26, 2009 sold at $425
     Lunar Legacies Space Auction lot 201 Feb 19, 2011 sold at $345 (inc. fees)
     Lunar Legacies site sale Sep 10, 2011 sold at $349
     eBay item no. 180787262400 Jan 4, 2012 sold at $438
     Goldberg Space Auction lot no. 720 Dec 1, 2012 sold at $204
     eBay item no. 390538385032 Feb 10, 2013 sold at $510
     eBay item no. 390575884583 Apr 21, 2013 sold at $405
     eBay item no. 121101820568 May 5, 2013 sold at $355.99
     eBay item no. 111068705811 May 13, 2013 sold at $202.50
     360663875190 Jun 11, 2013 sold at [price unknown]
     eBay item no. 400791135253 Oct 18, 2014 sold at $420
     eBay item no. 181587867823 Nov 22, 2014 sold at $500
     eBay item no. 251886144636 Mar 26, 2015 sold at $587.75
     eBay item no. 261837573937 Apr 9, 2015 sold in large collection of Grumman patches
     eBay item no. 261845082394 Apr 16, 2015 sold at $543.21
     eBay item no. 281665273129 Aug 18, 2015 sold at $425 [buy-it-now]
     eBay item no. 262247704262 Jan 25, 2016 sold at $167.50
     eBay item no. 162175420230 Aug 27, 2016 sold at $404
     eBay item no. 371727373972 Sep 11, 2016 sold at $330
     eBay item no. 351841659003 Sep 25, 2016 sold at $352

[8] Examples of Grumman Vehicle 1 Team sales:
     eBay item no. 261837573937 Apr 9, 2015 sold in large collection of Grumman patches

[9] Examples of LM-3 patch sales:
     eBay item no. 261837573937 Apr 9, 2015 sold in large collection of Grumman patches
     eBay item no. 151871464747 Nov 8, 2015 sold at $216.92

[10] Examples of Grumman W.S.T.E. patch sales:
     eBay item no. 261837573937 Apr 9, 2015 sold in large collection of Grumman patches

[11] Examples of Grumman Product Development Center patch sales:
     Lunar Legacies Space Auction Lot 154 Mar 14, 2009 sold at $221.35

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