Brownsea Island Commemorative - Gold

Heritage of the Scouts



In August 1907 Baden-Powell, gathered 21 boys of mixed social backgrounds and hosted an experimental camp on the 500 acre Brownsea Island widely known for its Red Squirrels and Wildlife. The island was purchased by the National Trust in 1962 with the aid of funds raised by the Scouts and Guides. Today the island attracts some 110,000 vistors annually. 

Produced under official Scouts license, the reverse of the commemorative is brought to life by the Brownsea Island badge design. The obverse features the iconic Scouts logo.

The Brownsea Island Commemorative is plated in 24-carat gold and produced exclusively by The Koin Club.


Diameter: 44mm

Depth: 3mm

Plating: 24-carat gold

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