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The beautiful One Troy Ounce .999 Silver Apollo 50th Anniversary commemorative medal’s design is approved by NASA. The coin is in Brilliant Uncirculated condition. The obverse features the spacecraft that landed on the Moon, The Eagle. The moon surface with astronaut footprints. Dual date 1969 * 2019. NASA. The weight of One Troy Ounce and fineness .999 Silver. The reverse features the Apollo 11 patch insignia. Customers receive their coin in a deluxe presentation box perfect for gift giving or storage.

1 oz. Silver Apollo 11 Silver Commemorative features: July 20, 1969 “The Eagle has Landed” Apollo 11 landed on the moon. Every American over 50 years old remembers where they were when Neil Armstrong six hours later made “That’s one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind.” A few minutes later Armstrong was joined by Buzz Aldrin.

Specifications
SRST1APOLLO
US
Brilliant uncirculated
999
The obverse displays the image of the Apollo 11 lunar lander, nicknamed Eagle. The Eagle landed on the moon on that fateful day with Armstrong and Aldrin aboard as Michael Collins remained in orbit aboard the command module Columbia all by himself.
The reverse displays a different type of Eagle landing on the surface of the moon. This design element features an American bald eagle with its majestic wings spread wide as it touches down on the surface of the moon with its talons. The outline of Earth is visible in the background.
39
2019
1.0000

SKU

SRST1APOLLO

Country

US

Condition

Brilliant uncirculated

Purity

999

Obverse

The obverse displays the image of the Apollo 11 lunar lander, nicknamed Eagle. The Eagle landed on the moon on that fateful day with Armstrong and Aldrin aboard as Michael Collins remained in orbit aboard the command module Columbia all by himself.

Reverse

The reverse displays a different type of Eagle landing on the surface of the moon. This design element features an American bald eagle with its majestic wings spread wide as it touches down on the surface of the moon with its talons. The outline of Earth is visible in the background.

Diameter (mm)

39

Year

2019

Metal Weight (ozt)

1.0000

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