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NextGen Series - With the $5 second polymer series released on 01.09.2016, the next note is scheduled to release will be the $10 note. This note will be issued on 01.09.2017. The signature for the new $10 will be signed by Philip Lowe (Governor) and John A Fraser (Secretary to the Treasury).

. . . a complete collection of all Australian polymer notes (single note) issued since 1988, including all commemoratives, joint issues and special serial numbered issues. The only sets that I do not have, at the moment, are the 1988 bicentenary 3 coins and 3 banknotes portfolio album issue and the 1998 $10 Portraits AA98/AB98 (with or without frame). The Coins & Banknotes set comprises of 3 notes ($2 last paper, $5 paper and $10 polymer 1988 commemorative). I have not purchased this set as the notes used for this issue were just ordinary notes with no unique or special serial numbers. A total set of 25,000 albums were issued at a price of $120. As for the $10 Portrait set, it was a failure at that time and the notes were later withdrew as it was not popular among collectors. The price was not right then!

Did you know that the Australia polymer notes series are designed in such a way that the portraits of female and male are alternated, with serial numbers on the front and signatures on the back, ie $5 Queen Elizabeth the ll/-, $10 AB Banjo Patterson/Mary Gilmore, $20 John Flynn/Mary Reibey, $50 Edith Cowan/David Unaipon, $100 Nellie Melba/John Monash and $5 Federation Henry Parkes/Catherine Helen Spence. Of course only the normal $5 note has one portrait on the front and none on the back.

The following were some of the names proposed for the new Australian currency back in the 60s when it was converting from Pound Sterling to Decimal - Boomer, the Digger, the Dinkum, the Emu, the Kanga, the Ming, Oz, the Quid, the Roo and Royal. Fortunately, the Dollar won the battle! Just like New Zealand, they too have proposed few other names for their currency, like the fern, kiwi, zeal before they too accepted dollar on 10.07.1967.

14 October 2009

Australia 2008 Prints First Prefix

Governor - Glenn Stevens
Secretary - Dr Ken Henry
Five Dollars, ND2008 P57b
First Prefix "BA08", Last Prefix "HB08" Ten Dollars, ND2008 P58b
First Prefix "AA08", Last Prefix "DF08"
Twenty Dollars, ND2008 P59b
First Prefix "AA08", Last Prefix "JC08"
Fifty Dollars, ND2008 P60b
First Prefix "AA08", Last prefix "MD08" Only 49,998 pieces printed
One Hundred Dollars, P61
First Prefix "AA08", Last prefix "EL08"
Prefix
$5 = BA08 to HB08
$10 = AA08 to DF08
$20 = AA08 to JC08
$50 = AA08 to MD08
$100 = AA08 to EL08

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Greetings from Czech.
I am interested in UNC banknotes from your country. I can offer to you notes from my.
Regards, Ivan from Prague
IvanSt.cz@gmail.com