- Space Helmet Keychain
Space Helmet Keychain
A solid metal representation of a commercial crew spacesuit helmet. Cast and then finished with an antique silver look, this beautiful keychain will be the envy of your friends! It comes packaged in a beautiful black box, and held in place with a velvet foam, perfect for giving as a gift to someone (or yourself!)
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