Dating australian banknotes
In 1885, Paterson began submitting and having his poetry published in the Sydney edition of The Bulletin under the pseudonym of “The Banjo”, the name of a favourite horse.Paterson’s more notable poems include “Waltzing Matilda”, “The Man from Snowy River” and “Clancy of the Overflow”.Specimen twenty dollar paper banknote, Item 31 Issue details Category: BLG and 'Specimen No.Mc DS16 Additional information First note with change of wording from 'Commonwealth of Australia' to 'Australia' and the legal tender clause to "This Australian note is legal tender throughout Aust This was the first banknote to feature Aboriginal art.To ensure that this continues to be the case, the Reserve Bank researches anti-counterfeit technologies and developments in banknote design.The first denomination in the new series, the banknote, was issued on 1 September 2016.It is important that the new features are durable, effectively incorporated into the banknote designs and rigorously tested.
The New Note Series as our current notes were called at the time of their introduction, has the consistent theme of the development of Australia as a nation with an emphasis on cultural and social aspects.
Dalley sent the New South Wales contingent to Suakim, colonials on active service were scarcely taken seriously: John Bull could thrash the dervishes easily enough.
This beautiful and rare banknote features three icons of New Zealand.
Advice has also been sought through a number of channels during the development process, including a Design Advisory Panel, subject-matter experts and focus groups comprising members of the public.
These ongoing consultations provide an opportunity to ensure that the new banknotes meet the needs of the community.Coin and Banknote Catalogues of Australian and World Collectors.