Yuri Gagarin lapel broach/button

Contributed by sandra

Yuri Gagarin lapel broach/button

Given to my mother who worked in the dining room at Ashridge Management College by Yuri Gagarin the first man in space. She served him his lunch, he was visiting Hertfordshire at the time. It makes me think how the world is basically quite a small place and we are all just human and share the same place. And it makes me think about space.

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  • 1. At 16:10 on 11 April 2011, Paul Murphy wrote:

    That's brilliant. Not just a Gagarin pin, but one given by the man himself.

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