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[APOLLO 9]. FLOWN ON APOLLO 9. COMMANDER JAMES MCDIVITT'S APOLLO 9 SILVER ROBBINS MEDALLION

Estimate:

6,000 - 8,000 USD

FROM THE COLLECTION OF A PROMINENT WEST COAST COLLECTOR

[APOLLO 9]. FLOWN ON APOLLO 9. COMMANDER JAMES MCDIVITT'S APOLLO 9 SILVER ROBBINS MEDALLION

[APOLLO 9]. FLOWN ON APOLLO 9. COMMANDER JAMES MCDIVITT'S APOLLO 9 SILVER ROBBINS MEDALLION

Estimate:

6,000 - 8,000 USD

Lot sold:

3,750

USD

FROM THE COLLECTION OF A PROMINENT WEST COAST COLLECTOR

FLOWN ON APOLLO 9

COMMANDER JAMES MCDIVITT'S FLOWN APOLLO 9 SILVER ROBBINS MEDALLION


FLOWN Apollo 9 Robbins Medallion #229, NGC MS 64 (certificate number: 4068608-001), sterling silver, 25 mm in diameter. Obverse features the mission insignia with the Saturn V rocket, Command Service Module, and Lunar Module, reverse engraved with the mission dates ("March 3-13 1969"), and serial number. With a Typed Letter Signed by JAMES A MCDIVITT on his personal letterhead.  


ONE OF ONLY 350 MINTED AND FLOWN


Apollo 9 was the third manned mission in the Apollo program. It was also the first flight of the Command/Service Module (CSM) with the Lunar Module, as illustrated in the design of the mission insignia. 


James McDivitt's provenance letter reads: "I certify that this Robbins Medallion - #229/#350 was flown aboard Apollo 9, from March 3-13th, 1969. This medallion came from my personal collection."  

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