UN FAO Bronze Medal for World Food Summit, 1996

50mm bronze medal issued by the United Nations Food For All Programme for the World Food Summit, 1996
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SKU: UNM061
£19.50

Part of a series issued by the United Nations Food For All (FAO) organization in Rome. This medal was issued to mark the World Food Summit, 16-17 November 1996.

The medal is 50mm in diameter and struck in high relief in bronze. 

One one side you have part of the UN design of a globe with crops and the legend FOOD FOR ALL and on the other side and the UN symbol overlayed on a similar enlarged design with the legend WORLD FOOD SUMMIT 13/17 November 1996. ROME ITALY.

 

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