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Australia Peacekeeping

2007  One Dollar reverse 2007  One Dollar obverse

2007 One Dollar

Mintage:31,028
Reverse Designer:C. Goodall Obverse Designer:Ian Rank-Broadley Size:25mm Weight:9g Edge:Interrupted Composition:92% Copper
6% Aluminium
2% Nickel

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The Australian Peacekeeping one dollar was issued in 2007 to commemorate sixty years of Australian involvement in United Nations peacekeeping missions. The reverse features the helping hands of Australia holding the world with an olive branch and a white dove. The reverse legend "50TH ANNIVERSARY OF AUSTRALIAN PEACEKEEPING - 1 DOLLAR". The obverse features the Ian Rank-Broadley portrait of Queen Elizabeth II with the legend and denomination "ELIZABETH II - AUSTRALIA 2007".

In 1947 four Australian's were deployed to Indonesia as part of the United Nations Good Offices Commission (UNGOC). This was the first peacekeeping mission not only for Australia but also for the United Nations in totality. Since this operation, thousands of Australian troops have been deployed in peace keeping missions around the world.

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