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    Skylab I (SL-2) Unflown Silver Robbins Medallion Originally from the Personal Collection of Astronaut Alan Bean, Serial Number 291. There were 300 of these 35mm sterling silver medals minted for the flight; only fifty were flown. This 35mm sterling silver medal has an obverse design based on the mission insignia designed by the legendary Frank Kelly Freas. The launch dates of Skylab and the first Skylab crew as well as the date of the crew's return are engraved on the reverse. This first post-Apollo mission, May 25-June 22, 1973, with crewmembers Charles Conrad, Paul Weitz, and Joe Kerwin, established a record for human spaceflight. The serial number is on the rim along with the sterling and Robbins hallmarks. No case. Excellent condition.

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    Auction Dates
    November, 2013
    1st Friday
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