Flown aboard the first-ever Space Shuttle mission.STS-1 Flown Sterling Silver Robbins Medallion, Serial Number #100F from the personal collection of Apollo 14 Lunar Module Pilot Edgar Mitchell. 39mm, with the mission insignia on the front and dates of the mission engraved on the reverse, Launched "April 12, 1981" Landed "April 14, 1981 RW23 Edwards AFB" with "John W. Young" above and "Robert L. Crippen" below. It is still in the original Robbins Company plastic case with the "100 Silver" sticker on the underside. This is one of 111 silver medals carried aboard the mission by its crew.
The specially struck Robbins medallions carried into space by astronaut crews starting with the Apollo 7 mission in 1968 are some of the most sought-after items for space collectors. This medallion is complete with a signed Certificate of Authenticity from Dr. Edgar D. Mitchell.
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