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50th Anniversary Commemorative Coin

This year, the London Bridge Rotary Club is featuring the 50th and final edition of our long-running Commemorative Coin Series.  This coin commemorates the London Bridge 50th anniversary in Lake Havasu City and the 50th anniversary of the London Bridge Rotary Club.

 

One side of the coin features the famous London Bridge and the Rotary symbol. It also displays the 50th Edition badge with the 50-year timeline of 1971-2021.  The flip side of the coin characterizes this year’s (2020–2021) coin theme “London Bridge Havasu & Rotary Coin 50 Years” with balloons and fireworks.


Coins are offered four ways:

 1. Standard Coin: bright bronze - $10.00

 2. Colorized Coin: silver plated and digitally colorized - $20.00

 3.  Silver Set: 3-coin set includes a solid one ounce .999 fine Silver Coin, a Standard Coin and a Colorized Coin, all packaged in a velvet display box - $90.00

 4.  Gold Set: 3-coin set includes a solid one ounce .999 fine Silver Coin with 24kt overlay, a solid one ounce .999 fine Silver Coin and a Colorized coin, all packaged in a velvet display box - $120.00.


Where to buy:

London Bridge Rotary Club Commemorative Coins are available daily at the Lake Havasu City Visitor's center in the London Bridge Village.  They are also available at community events throughout the year.  Most previous year coins are available on this website.


Coin history:

This coin program was originated to honor the relocation and reconstruction of the London Bridge in Lake Havasu City and provide a fund-raising vehicle for the many charitable and community projects of the London Bridge Rotary Club. The club released the first coin, the "Havasu Dollar,” in October 1971.  That coin was so well received by the community and visitors that the Club decided to continue the project.  A new London Bridge Rotary Commemorative Coin has been released every October since then and coincides with the annual anniversary celebration dedicating the London Bridge in Lake Havasu City, Arizona.

This very successful coin project has helped to allowed the London Bridge Rotary Club to contribute close to $2 million dollars to many community charities and projects as well support for Rotary international projects throughout the world.





 

London Bridge Rotary Charities is a 501(c)(3) public charity - taxpayer identification number 86-0448536