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Apollo 11 Coin Flown To Moon 40th Commemorative Collector Medallion Nasa For Sale
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&amp;amp;amp;lt;img 11 NASA MEDALLION - Contains metal flown to the moon on Apollo missions!Includes an medallion caseHistoric First! This 1.75" diameter two-sided Medallion includes Apollo Flown Metal! On one side is the APOLLO 11 LOGO. On the opposite side is the Apollo 40 Years Logo. Inscribed on this side is: EXPLORING THE MOON, DISCOVERING EARTH - CELEBRATE APOLLOConsidering the real value of this historic medallion, the cost is significantly below what would be expected of a collectible such as this.Dimension-allyrendered in nickel/silver. Includes a Circular Presentation Case. Two sided Medallion is 1.75" in diameter
Medallion contains Apollo flown metal that went to the moon!
A Beautiful Silver / Sandblasted Finish
Winco International (Winco) hereby certifies that the metal included in the individual and framed Apollo 40th Anniversary Medallions is taken from Apollo Command Modules that flew to the Moon. Since NASA chose to celebrate the entire Apollo Program, no aspect of this 40th anniversary celebration was to be mission specific. As a result, Winco cannot identify the specific Apollo missions that the flown metal is taken from. NASA has accepted Winco's certification per their knowledge of the metal used and their internal usage of these individual and framed medallion editions. Various undefined flown metal types and percentages have been used in the production of these medallions.