1 Dollar - Elizabeth II Rotary Centenary
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Standard Catalog of World Coins
by George S. Cuhaj
Centenary of Rotary
4th portrait of Queen Elizabeth II facing right wearing the Girls of Great Britain and Ireland Tiara.
Rotary's familiar symbol of a 6 spoked gear wheel with 24 cogs is depicted in blue and gold. Coin also features a starburst background and an inscribed banner above a band of stylised people holding hands.
A CENTURY OF SERVICE - A NEW CENTURY OF SUCCESS
100 YEARS OF ROTARY
Rotary was founded in Chicago by attorney Paul P. Harris on 23 February 1905. The first international club was formed in 1910 in Winnepeg, Canada. By 1921 clubs had been formed on 6 continents including Australia. The Perth Mint in conjunction with Australia Post issued a Stamp & Coin set with an issue of 7500.
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