With the Moon Landing depicted in Brilliant Color!
It’s the 50th Anniversary of Apollo 11, the USA mission that in 1969 put the first men on the moon! To commemorate this scientific breakthrough, the Association of Space Explorers — the exclusive global association comprised of only astronauts and cosmonauts who have flown in space — has endorsed this issue and allowed their special 50th Anniversary logo to appear on these United States “Apollo 11” Dollars. These big, one-dollar coins are known as “Apollo 11 Dollars” because the reverse was based on the Apollo 11’s Mission Insignia, the Eagle landing on the moon. Remember, it was President Eisenhower who authorized the creation of NASA, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, in 1958. So, it was only natural to put “Ike” on the obverse of a coin that featured the moon landing on the reverse. National Collector’s Mint has acquired a limited number of actual United States “Apollo 11” Eisenhower dollars and enhanced each one with 14 mgs of Pure 24 KT Gold and a state-of-the-art full color image of the American flag triumphantly being planted on the moon, above the important 50th Anniversary double date of 1969-2019. The reverse depicts the elements of the Apollo 11 Mission insignia, including “the Eagle” lunar module landing on the moon’s surface, holding olive branches to signify peace. Remember, these full-size “Apollo 11” Eisenhower Dollars are among the last ever to be struck for circulation by the U.S. Government. Don’t miss this once in a lifetime opportunity. Get yours today! (Limit 5 coins per order)
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