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Here are some STS-41c Dick Scobee Robbins medals we have sold in the past:

Robbins Medal #5F, Flown on Challenger STS-41-C — With COA Signed by Dick Scobee, Indicating Medal Was Flown for Scobee’s Brother

Robbins medal flown on Challenger flight STS-41-C, with notarized COA signed by Pilot Dick Scobee stating that the medal was flown for Scobee’s brother, Jim Scobee. After piloting this Challenger mission, Dick Scobee would command the tragic STS-51-L mission two years later in 1986. Sterling silver Robbins medal is marked with low serial number 5F on rim, one of only 46 Robbins medals flown on the mission out of 155 minted. The sterling silver and Robbins hallmarks also appear on rim. Reverse of medal features the names of the astronauts along with “Launched / April 6, 1984 / Landed / April 13, 1984 / RW17, Edwards AFB, CA.”, and the front features pictorial highlights of the mission, including an astronaut repairing the “Solar Max” satellite. Medal measures 1.5″ in diameter. A few scratches to rim on reverse, else near fine condition. Also with an LOA from Scobee’s brother. Sold for $3,900.

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Robbins Medal #5F, Flown on Challenger STS-41-C. Click to enlarge.
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COA Signed by Dick Scobee. Click to enlarge.
LOA. Click to enlarge.

Dick Scobee’s Robbins Medal #3F, Flown on Challenger STS-41-C

Robbins medal flown on Challenger flight STS-41-C, owned by Dick Scobee who served as its Pilot, and who commanded the tragic STS-51-L mission two years later. Sterling silver Robbins medal is marked with low serial number 3F on rim, one of only 46 Robbins medals flown on the mission out of 155 minted. The sterling and Robbins hallmarks also appear on rim. Reverse of medal features the names of the astronauts along with “Launched / April 6, 1984 / Landed / April 13, 1984 / RW17, Edwards AFB, CA.”, and the front features pictorial highlights of the mission, including an astronaut repairing the “Solar Max” satellite. Medal measures 1.5″ in diameter, housed in its original Robbins medal case. Near fine condition. With an LOA from Scobee’s brother. Sold for $3,500.

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Dick Scobee’s Robbins Medal #3F, Flown on Challenger STS-41-C. Click to enlarge.
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LOA. Click to enlarge.

Flown Challenger STS-41C Robbins Medal 8F Scobee Estate

Robbins medal flown on Challenger flight STS-41-C, with notarized COA signed by Pilot Dick Scobee stating that the medal was flown for Scobee’s parents, Francis and Edlynn Scobee. After piloting this Challenger mission, Dick Scobee would command the tragic STS-51-L mission two years later in 1986. Sterling silver Robbins medal is marked with low serial number 8F on rim, one of only 46 Robbins medals flown on the mission out of 155 minted. The sterling silver and Robbins hallmarks also appear on rim. Reverse of medal features the names of the astronauts along with “Launched / April 6, 1984 / Landed / April 13, 1984 / RW17, Edwards AFB, CA.”, and the front features pictorial highlights of the mission, including an astronaut repairing the “Solar Max” satellite. Medal measures 1.5″ in diameter, housed in its original Robbins medal case. Near fine condition. Also with an LOA from Scobee’s brother. Sold for $2,000.

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We also sold the following Challenger memorabilia:

Space Shuttle Challenger Crew Signed 10” x 8” Photo, Uninscribed — From the Collection of Mission Commander Dick Scobee

Space Shuttle Challenger crew signed photo, depicting the seven crew-members from the ill-fated STS-51-L mission, and from the collection of its Commander Dick Scobee. Signed by all in black marker next to their respective images, ”El Onizuka”, ”S. Christa McAuliffe”, ”Greg Jarvis”, ”Judy Resnick”, ”Mike Smith”, ”Dick Scobee” and ”Ron McNair”. Half-matte photograph measures 10” x 8”. Light wear, overall near fine condition. With an LOA from Scobee’s brother. Sold for $5,491.

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Challenger STS-51-L Robbins Medal, Serial #1 — Given to the Family of Commander Dick Scobee

Challenger STS-51-L Robbins medal, with serial number 1, given to the parents of Commander Dick Scobee to commemorate the tragic mission. All STS-51-L Robbins medal were struck after the mission, as the flown medals were lost in the explosion. Sterling silver Robbins medal is marked with serial number 1 on the rim, along with the sterling mark. Each side of medal shows the astronauts’ surnames, with the reverse additionally reading ”January 28, 1986”, the date of the mission. Medal measures 1.75” in diameter at its widest point, with loop at top for hanging as a pendant. Housed in its original Robbins medal case, though cracked. Near fine condition. With an LOA from Scobee’s brother. Sold for $1,875.

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Challenger STS-51-L Robbins Medal, Serial #1 — Given to the Family of Commander Dick Scobee. Click to enlarge.
LOA for Challenger STS-51-L Robbins Medal, Serial #1 — Given to the Family of Commander Dick Scobee. Click to enlarge.

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