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Twenty Cent Unopened Mint Bag 2001 Bradman Commemorative

Twenty Cent Unopened Mint Bag 2001 Bradman Commemorative

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Incredibly scarce and always popular!

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Twenty Cent Unopened Mint Bag 2001 Bradman Commemorative

Plastic bag officially prepared by the Royal Australian Mint, contains 500 20¢ coins

Incredibly scarce and always popular!

The passing in 2001 of Sir Donald Bradman was a momentous event for Australia, not only was Don Bradman arguably Australia's most talented and successful sportsman, he was also among the most respected.

On 10 December 1985, Bradman was the first of 120 inaugural inductees into the Sport Australia Hall of Fame. He spoke of his philosophy for considering the stature of athletes: "When considering the stature of an athlete or for that matter any person, I set great store in certain qualities which I believe to be essential in addition to skill. They are that the person conducts his of her life with dignity, with integrity, courage, and perhaps most of all, with modesty. These virtues are totally compatible with pride, ambition, and competitiveness."

A huge amount of memorabilia was produced in the days and months following Bradman's death - amongst the most popular and enduring have been the official commemorative coins struck by the Royal Australian Mint in his honour.

The 2001 commemorative 20 cent coin was the most accessible and official commemorative of Bradman's passing, it was hoarded incredibly quickly by the Australian general public. Even though 10 million of these coins were struck, they are seldom seen in circulation.

The coin wasn't released as part of a set or in rolled format, so mint bags such as these are the only official way they can be purchased in packaged or bulk format.

Always popular, and well worth putting away.