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2011 20c International Year of the Volunteer Mint Roll (20 Coins)

2011-20-INTL-VOL-ROLL

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2011 20c International Year of Volunteers 10th Anniversary Mint Roll (20 Coins)

Ten years have passed since The International Year of Volunteers in 2001, and though a General Assembly Resolution, the United Nations called for this anniversary to be marked across the planet.

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2011 20c International Year of Volunteers 10th Anniversary Mint Roll (20 Coins)

Ten years have passed since The International Year of Volunteers in 2001, and though a General Assembly Resolution, the United Nations called for this anniversary to be marked across the planet. The idea is to recognise and promote the values of volunteering, build and reinforce volunteering networks and assist individuals to tap their potential and make a real difference.

The coin features people standing together to collectively help out where help isneeded, signifying the camaraderie of volunteers who come from a diverse range of lifestyles and occupations.

The International Year of the Volunteer "IYV" icon in the middle of the coin is the official log for the anniversary.

The coin is available individually or in a mint roll which is wrapped in the exclusive Royal Australian Mint paper featuring the "IYV" design.

Denomination : 20c

Finish : Uncirculated

Metal : Cupro Nickel

Weight : 11.30 grams

Diameter : 28.52mm

Mintage : Unlimited

Stock Availability : Release Date 1st August 2011. 

Please note that due to the weight of mint rolls, multiple rolls will be charged by weight



  

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2011 20c International Year of the Volunteer Mint Roll (20 Coins)

2011 20c International Year of the Volunteer Mint Roll (20 Coins)

2011 20c International Year of Volunteers 10th Anniversary Mint Roll (20 Coins)

Ten years have passed since The International Year of Volunteers in 2001, and though a General Assembly Resolution, the United Nations called for this anniversary to be marked across the planet.