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Apollo 13 Flown Robbins Medallion

From personal collection of Apollo 13 CMP, Jack Swigert

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This Apollo 13 Robbins medallion individually numbered 255 (of 404 minted) was re-struck using the original group of Apollo 13 Robbins medallions which flew onboard the Apollo 13 Mission with the ‘Landed’ field and Ken Mattingly's name on the reverse. As Ken was replaced by Jack Swigert and the mission did not land, the original 400 flown medallions were melted down along with 4 non flown medallions and then 404 new medallions were re-struck, with Jack Swigert's name and without 'Landed'. Comes with a Virginia Swigert signed COA and Moonpans COA

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Comes in original snap case



COA from Swigert's sister Virginia


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Apollo 14 Flown Robbins Medallion

From personal collection of Apollo 12 LMP, Alan Bean

Comes with original numbered snap case

Price: $10,995

This Apollo 14 Robbins medallion individually numbered 122 (of 303 minted) was flown to the Moon aboard the Apollo 14 Command Module, Kittyhawk, in Feb 1971. Comes with an Alan Bean hand written and signed COA which reads,"I hereby certify that the Apollo 14 silver Robbins medal, serial number 122 traveled to and from the moon in the command module ‘Kitty Hawk’ in late January to early February 1971. This medal was returned to Earth by Alan Shepard, Stuart Roosa and Edgar Mitchell and has been in my personal collection since that time. Alan Bean”

This oval medallion measures 35mm x 30mm.

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COA from Alan Bean


Close up showing the serial number 122 on the bottom edge


Comes with original numbered snap case




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Apollo 9 Flown Robbins Medallion

With letters of authenticity from Joe Garino and Jim McDivitt

Price: SOLD

This Apollo 9 Robbins medallion individually numbered 195 (of 350 minted) was flown on the flight of Apollo 9 by mission Commander Jim McDivitt and was later gifted to the astronaut’s physical trainer Joe Garino. This medallion is accompanied by 2 hand signed Letters of Authenticity, one from Garino and one from McDivitt.
The medallion is accompanied by a photo of McDivitt holding this medallion.

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Apollo 9 Flown Robbins Medallion

With letter of authenticity from Apollo 10 CDR Tom Stafford

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This Sterling Silver Apollo 9 Robbins medallion individually numbered 274 (of 350 minted) was flown on the flight of Apollo 9 and comes from the personal collection of Apollo 10 Commander Tom Stafford. This medallion is accompanied by a hand signed Letter of Authenticity, from Stafford. The diameter of the medallion is 1 inch (25mm)

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Apollo 12 Flown Robbins Medallion

From the Personal Collection of Dick Gordon

Price: SOLD



This Apollo 12 Robbins medallion individually numbered 34 (of 262 minted) was flown to the Moon on the flight of Apollo 12 and has comes directly from the personal collection of Apollo 12 Command Module Pilot, Dick Gordon. This particular medallion is special because it has a serial number below 82. This means that it was struck using silver from an ingot that was recovered from a Spanish Ship Wreck in 1715 off the coast of Cape Canaveral. Measures 1.25 inches diameter. Comes with a Moonpans COA

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Apollo 12 Flown Robbins Medallion

With Letter of Authenticity from Walt Cunningham

Price: SOLD

This Apollo 12 Robbins medallion individually numbered 192 (of 350 minted) was flown to the Moon on the flight of Apollo 12 and was gifted by the crew to fellow astronaut Walt Cunningham. This medallion, with its original numbered snap case is accompanied by a signed Letter of Authenticity from Cunningham attesting to its provenance and is accompanied by a photo of Cunningham holding this medallion.

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Apollo 13 Flown Robbins Medallion

With Letter of Authenticity from Buzz Aldrin

Price: SOLD

This Apollo 13 Robbins medallion individually numbered 233 (of 404 minted) was re-struck using the original group of flown Apollo 13 Robbins medallions with the ‘Landed’ field on the reverse omitted and Jack Swigert’s name replaced for Ken Mattingly. This medallion, with its original numbered snap case is accompanied by a signed Letter of Authenticity from Buzz Aldrin attesting to its provenance and is accompanied by a photo of Aldrin holding this medallion.

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Skylab 3 Flown Robbins Medallion

With Letter’s of Authenticity from Colonel Frank Brandstetter and Astronaut Ed Gibson

Price: SOLD

This Skylab 3 Robbins medallion individually numbered 13 (of only 70 flown) was carried on the flight of Skylab 3 by the crew of Jerry Carr, Bill Pogue and Ed Gibson and was later gifted to their friend Frank Brandstetter. This medallion is accompanied by 2 hand signed Letters of Authenticity, one from Brandstetter and one from Gibson and also comes with a photo of Gibson holding this medallion. The medallion does show some tarnish from being displayed in Brandstetter’s space museum in Mexico for many years. It can be cleaned by the buyer if they chose to try to restore its original finish. This medallion represents the third rarest of the flown Robbins medallions from the pre-shuttle era. The top 5 rarest flown Robbins medallions are Skylab 1 (50), Skylab 2 (55), Skylab 3 (70), Apollo 17 (80) and ASTP (93). These 5 medallions would be a must to complete any flown Robbins set. It is estimated that less than ten Skylab 3 flown medallions have ever been offered for public sale.

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Apollo-Soyuz Test Project (ASTP) Flown Robbins Medallion

With Letter of Authenticity from Jim Lovell

Price: SOLD

This ASTP Robbins medallion individually numbered 84 (of 93 flown) was carried on the ASTP flight by the crew of Tom Stafford, Deke Slayton and Vance Brand and was gifted to fellow Apollo astronaut Jim Lovell. This medallion is accompanied by a signed Letter of Authenticity from Lovell attesting to its provenance. The condition of this medallion is fantastic with only one fault to the front lower edge which only effects a small portion and is not easily seen, but is in fact present. This medallion represents the fifth rarest of the flown Robbins medallions from the pre-shuttle era. The top 5 rarest flown Robbins medallions are Skylab 1 (50), Skylab 2 (55), Skylab 3 (70), Apollo 17 (80) and ASTP (93). These 5 medallions would be a must to complete any flown Robbins set. It is estimated that less than ten ASTP flown medallions have ever been offered for public sale.

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