Dating australian one dollar notes
Background: History was made in the world of banknotes on 27th January, 1988 when the first polymer note, a , was released into general circulation.
Development of the polymer note was not without its difficulties.But the Australian public have not reacted as the RBA had perhaps hoped.“Our new fivers look like vomit,” was the opinion given by one Australian citizen, while others have said the new design is “hideous,” looks like “clown puke” and even resembles E. The Queen’s image on the note also quickly became the subject of a meme, with people replacing her image with former Prime Minister Tony Abbott, businessman Clive Palmer in a wig, a corgi and Dame Edna, among others.Listed rare Australian coins and banknotes may be sold before your order is received or processed. In those circumstances we will notify you of that fact, see if you wish to purchase any other coins or banknotes that may be available and otherwise process a refund of monies paid.Australasian Notes Pty Ltd reserves the right to change / alter prices of any or all banknotes listed within our website without notice. Polymer banknotes, reproductions of banknotes in visual form including serial numbers are only facsimiles and not the serial number you may receive. While every care is taken, no responsibility can be accepted and we do advise insurance to our clients.