Both tools have inspection stamps and part numbers. The hatch handle was also known as "tool B" and CPC (Cold Plate Clamp) as "tool L" in the flight tool set. These tools were used during the flight, and in particular these and others during a water leak fix that Henize communicated to the crew from his CAPCOM position during the flight. The tools were given to Henize as a memento after the flight. [With:] A four-page set of illustrations and text describing Apollo flight tools. (6)" /> FLOWN Flight Tool from Apollo 15. <I>A Hatch handle and CPC driver. Flight wrench approx. 7 in. long with a 5 in. shaft and flight hex driver approx. 5 in. long connecting at the end of wrench. Mounted on a wood base with plaque that reads: "This hatch handle was carried aboard the Endeavour during the flight of Apollo 15. July 26 - Aug. 7, Apollo Year 3. Presented by the crew of Apollo 15 to Karl Henize."</I> Both tools have inspection stamps and part numbers. The hatch handle was also known as "tool B" and CPC (Cold Plate Clamp) as "tool L" in the flight tool set. These tools were used during the flight, and in particular these and others during a water leak fix that Henize communicated to the crew from his CAPCOM position during the flight. The tools were given to Henize as a memento after the flight. [With:] A four-page set of illustrations and text describing Apollo flight tools. (6) | Christie's