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Home > Auctions > Astromart Auctions > Antiques & Collectibles > Auction #19880

Apollo 11 Moonshot shot glass by Libby Glass
Auction No.: 19880
Started: 5/18/2017
Ended: 5/25/2017 12:04:50 AM
Ending Bid: $72.99 Sam Medina
Bids: 23 Bids [View History]
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These are hard to come across and I've had this nifty collectible in my display for sometime. This is a Libby Glass shot glass that creatively looks like the service module for the Eagle lunar module. The top end is the drink cup and the underside, which looks just like the exhaust port, is the shot glass (when turned upside down).

Very high quality glass in the sense that it is thick and quite heavy; 12-ounces to be exact. This is in very excellent condition, possibly mint to some, with NO cracks, chips or any stains or scratches to the color scheme on the design. By miraculous chance this wasn't cleaned in a dish washer because the colors are too vibrant. I washed this when I got it as a gift years back and it's been in my video game room on display in the hutch since.

Age on this particular glass is going to be right at 1970-1971. Some of these were offered at specific museums while some were given as "rewards" for spending a certain amount of money at gas stations, ect. A very interesting conversation piece that will also help get you inebriated!

Stands 6.1-inches tall.

All nations welcome to bid.

 

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