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    Apollo 11: Large Silver Commemorative Medallion, Directly from the Estate of NASA Legend Chris Kraft, with Certificate of Authenticity. An impressive pure silver medallion featuring an image of the three man crew on the obverse, accompanied by the LEM on the lunar surface on the reverse. Minted by Matsumoto Kisho in Tokyo, Japan, measuring 100 mm in diameter with a weight of 536.6 grams (17.26 troy ounces). A striking memento commemorating the historic mission. These medallions are extremely rare in this size, and this is the first time Heritage has offered one. Extremely light surface scratches in some areas. Very fine.

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    May, 2021
    21st-22nd Friday-Saturday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 42
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