2007 Scouting 50p Circulated Coin
Issued in 2007 to celebrate the centenary of the Scouting movement which was started in 1907 by Lord Robert Baden-Powell at an experimental camp on Brownsea Island in Dorset. Baden-Powell was a decorated soldier, talented artist and free thinker who believed in teaching boys practical outdoor skills with activities.
'Be prepared' became the motto of the scouting movement and features on the design of this commemorative 50p along with the famous Fleur-de-Lis emblem.
2007 Scouting 50p Circulated Coin Mintage: 7,710,750
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