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  • 1 troy ounce silver coin blue marble dome shaped 2022 Proof front
  • 1 troy ounce silver coin blue marble dome shaped 2022 Proof back
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1 troy ounce silver coin blue marble dome shaped 2022 Proof

141,50 Per piece 4,55 Per gram

The price per gram is calculated by dividing the price per piece by the netto weight of the coin.

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The 2022 1 troy ounce silver Blue Marble coin is struck in proof quality. This coin comes in a presentation box with certi... The 2022 1 troy ounce silver Blue Marble coin is struck in proof quality. This coin comes in a presentation box with certificate of authenticity
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Specifications

Type of collectible coin
Collectible
Weight
1 troy ounce
Brutogewicht
31,13 gram
Year of issue
2022

Information

1 troy ounce silver Blue Marble coin 2022 proof

We would like to present the new Blue Marble dome-shaped silver coin featuring the beautiful and iconic image of Earth from Apollo 17 taken on December 7, 1972.
 
Apollo 17 (Dec. 7 - Dec. 19, 1972) was the last mission of NASA's Apollo program, the most recent time humans set foot on the moon or traveled outside of low Earth orbit. Commander Eugene Cernan and Lunar Module Pilot Harrison Schmitt walked on the moon, while Command Module Pilot Ronald Evans circled above it.
 
The mission broke several records for manned spaceflight, including longest manned lunar landing mission (12 days 14 hours), greatest distance to a spacecraft during extravehicular activity of any type (7.6 kilometers (4.7 miles), a record that still stands), longest total extravehicular activity on the lunar surface (22 hours and 4 minutes), largest return of lunar samples (about 115 kg or 254 lb), longest time in lunar orbit (6 days 4 hours), and most lunar orbits (75).

Supplied in presentation box with certificate of authenticity