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    Skylab III (SL-4) Unflown Robbins Silver Medallion Directly from the Personal Collection of Mission Pilot William Pogue, Serial Number 83, with Signed LOA. This 37mm x 35mm sterling silver medal with three rounded sides was one of 190 sterling silver medallions minted for this flight (seventy flew) that lasted an amazing eighty-four days, November 16, 1973 to February 8, 1974. The obverse features a large number "3", the astronauts' surnames, and three circular icons symbolizing the three major areas of investigation in the mission: a tree representing man's natural environment; a hydrogen atom representing man's exploration of the physical world; and a human silhouette representing mankind. The reverse depicts the Comet Kohoutek with engraved mission dates. The serial number is on the rim along with the sterling and Robbins hallmarks. Original case with numbered sticker on the bottom included. Excellent condition.

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    November, 2012
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