2019 1 Oz Silver $1 APOLLO 11 MOON LANDING EAGLE Coin WITH 24K GOLD. COA # 1

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Seller: luispapi1983 (5,063) 99.7%, Location: Absecon, New Jersey, Ships to: Worldwide, Item: 283350206013 2019 1 Oz Silver $1 APOLLO 11 MOON LANDING EAGLE Coin WITH 24K GOLD. COA # 1 DESCRIPTION The 50th anniversary of the Apollo Program that landed a dozen Americans on the moon between July 1969 and December 1972. NASA unveiled an official logo for use in observing these milestone anniversaries Friday at the Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington. The unveiling was part of “NSO Pops: Space, the Next Frontier,” a National Symphony Orchestra celebration of NASA’s 60 years of accomplishment. The Apollo 50th anniversary logo is available for download from the NASA Images and Video Library. Created by NASA graphic artist Matthew Skeins, the logo offers a nod to the past with a few elements borrowed from the original program emblem, and a glimpse into the future with a graphic depiction of NASA’s vision for the next half-century of deep space exploration. The arc through the word “Apollo” represents Earth’s limb, or horizon, as seen from a spacecraft. It serves as a reminder of how the first views of Earth from the Moon – one of NASA’s crowning achievements -- forever transformed the way we see ourselves as human beings. It also affirms NASA’s intention to continue pushing the boundaries of knowledge and delivering on the promise of American ingenuity and leadership in space. The original Apollo emblem, adopted by the program in 1965, used drawings of the Moon and Earth linked by a double trajectory to portray President John F. Kennedy’s goal of “putting a man on the moon and returning him safely to the earth” by the end of the 1960s. In a similar fashion, the Apollo 50th anniversary logo describes a contemporary goal, with images of the Moon and Mars filling the first and second “O”s, respectively, and the phrase “Next Giant Leap” beneath the word “Apollo.” Neil Armstrong declared his first step onto the lunar surface from the ladder of the Eagle lander on July 20, 1969, to be “one small step for a man, one giant leap for mankind.” Today, NASA is working to return astronauts to the Moon to test technologies and techniques for the next giant leaps – challenging missions to Mars and other destinations in deep space. SPECIFICATION Country: United States Year: 2019 Metal: Silver Purity: .999 Face Value: $1 Weight: 1 Oz - 31.1g Diameter: 40.6 mm Finish: 24K GOLD GILDED AND SILVER. Mintage: 250 Pcs Worldwide Certificate COA: Yes Certificate #: 1 Box: Yes. Track Page Views WithAuctiva's FREE Counter Condition: THIS BEAUTIFUL COIN WITH CERTIFICATE NUMBER 1., Year: 2019, Modified Item: No, Grade: Ungraded, Certification Number: COA #1, Denomination: $1, Precious Metal Content per Unit: 1 oz, Country/Region of Manufacture: United States, Circulated/Uncirculated: Uncirculated, Certification: Coa, Coin: American Eagle, Composition: Silver

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