DescriptionGemini 7 Flown Silver-Colored Fliteline Medallion Directly from the Jim Rathmann Collection. The obverse of this 25mm medal features the mission insignia depicting the Roman numeral "VII", a Gemini space capsule, and an Olympic torch, said to symbolize the marathon nature of the 1965 flight. The reverse bears the struck crew surnames and "GT-7", along with the engraved dates of the mission. Between December 4th and 18th, 1965, crewmembers Frank Borman and James Lovell orbited the Earth 206 times, a space endurance record that would stand for five years. Enclosed in a 14K gold bezel with a jump ring. Generally excellent condition.
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