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    Apollo 16 Unflown, Unfinished Silver Robbins Medallion. This 35mm sterling silver medal was minted to commemorate the Apollo 16 flight. Crewmembers John Young, Ken Mattingly, and Charlie Duke participated in the April 16-27, 1972, mission, the fifth moon landing. The obverse features the mission insignia- an eagle and shield above the moon along with the surnames of the crewmembers. The reverse features labeled blank spaces for the Launch, Landing, and Return dates which were never engraved. There are no sterling or Robbins hallmarks on the rim. An interesting piece for the serious Robbins collector. Excellent condition. From the Steven R. Belasco Collection of Space Memorabilia.

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    April, 2013
    18th Thursday
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