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Why Choose This MS70 2019 Apollo 11 50th Anniversary Antiqued Copper Medal?
The Apollo 11 Mission was an incredible milestone for the United States. Neil Armstrong was a part of this mission and became the first man to walk on the moon. The mission took place in 1969 and the medal shown here was struck to mark the 50th anniversary of the event. It's modeled after the original Robbins medals that were made for the mission. This medal was struck by Sunshine Minting, a widely respected private mint in the U.S.
Iconic Apollo 11 Design
The design on the obverse of this copper medal is based on the patch that was created for the Apollo 11 mission. A bald eagle is pictured just about to land on the surface of the moon. Earth can be seen in the background.
The reverse features a number of inscriptions. The names of the astronauts that made up the Apollo 11 crew are inscribed at the top of the design. The dates of the mission are inscribed on the center and the 50th anniversary dates can also be found on this side.
NGC Certified MS70
This medal was submitted to the Numismatic Guaranty Corporation. The experts there use a grading scale with a maximum of 70. This specimen was awarded the grade of Mint State 70, which means it is perfect.
Don't miss out, order this NGC MS70 2019 Apollo 11 50th anniversary copper medal while you can.
This 1969-2019 Apollo 11 50th Anniversary Robbins Medals 1 oz Copper Antiqued Medal NGC MS70 is proudly minted by the Sunshine Minting. Sunshine Minting Inc. is one of the most reputable private mints in the United States. It even provides silver planchets to the United States Mint!
|Year of Issue:||1969-2019|
|Display Weight:||1 oz|
|Weight in Grams:||31.1035 g|
|Weight in Ounces:||1 oz|
|Obverse Design:||Apollo 11 Patch Design|
|Reverse Design:||Astronaut Names and Mission Dates|
July 20, 1969 was a day that changed the world when Apollo 11 astronauts Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin stepped off their lunar module and onto the surface of the moon. Learn more about the Apollo Commemorative Coins and Medals that honor this historic event.