An Apollo 11 Robbins Medal, originally from the collection of Mission Support Crew Member Jack Swigert, realized the hefty final price realized of $50,000 in Heritage Auctions‘ $610,000 May 22, 2015 Space Exploration Signature® Auction, signaling strong collector interest in Robbins Medals across the board. ‘Robbins Medals are key to any serious collector,’ said Michael Riley, Senior Historian and Cataloger at Heritage Auctions, ‘and the deep grouping of examples in this auction brought them out in significant numbers. Any time you can get a space flown Robbins tied to an astronaut, let alone to Apollo XI, the most famous mission of them all, it’s bound to bring a very strong price.’ Two Robbins Medals — one from Apollo 16 and one from Apollo 15, both also originally from Swigert’s collection — brought equal, impressive prices realized of $15,000 each, while Robbins

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