Release Date: October 1, 2019
Buster the Corgi has decided to head to the moon to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 moon landing.
Size: 2.5 inches
Backstamp: Raised Robot Dragon Studios Logo & Year (2019)
Pinback: Double posts, Black Rubber Clutches
Type: Hard Enamel
Metals: Black Nickel (Original & Grayscale Glow), Silver (Cotton Candy & Rainbow Galaxy) & Gold (Orange Sunset)
Backing Card: 3x3 inch Galaxy Space Design
Origin: Made in Changde, Hunan (China)
The original artwork designed & copyrighted by Alesia Gitter. Variants were all winning coloring contest submissions.
Original (Alesia Gitter) - Limited Edition 100
Cotton Candy (Jaclyn Vanderhagen) - Limited Edition 100
- Rainbow Galaxy (Rah Rah) - Limited Edition 100
- Orange Sunset (Rah Rah) - Limited Edition 100
- Grayscale Glow (Bee) - Limited Edition 100
Glitter Galaxy (Alesia Gitter) - Limited Edition 15
Winners received a free enamel pin with their winning colors.
What does Standard grade mean?
Enamel pins are handmade, so there is a high chance of imperfections. Faults may include:
- tiny air bubbles trapped in the enamel
- minor enamel underfill
- minor metal plating imperfections or scratches
- small nicks on the enamel or metal plating
- imperfections around the sides or back of the pin
What does Bag grade mean?
These are pins with flaws that are more obvious. Faults may include:
- small areas of missing enamel
- moderately scratched or nicked enamel or metal
- small gouges in the enamel or metal
- multiple imperfections
- incorrect glitter
- missing plating or flaking plating
Bag grade pins should be used with locking backs. These are intended to be worn on bags and backpacks, so it is important that they don't fall off. Since they aren't perfect, these are the best option for people who enjoy showing off their pins without spending as much.