Is new five dollar bill a misprint if it says issued in 2006 although it came out in 2008?
I checked out the US Treasury's website and found this page where you can view the front and/or back of the new bill. I pulled up the front of the new five dollar bill and zoomed in on the picture. It shows the issue date as 2006. Here's the link... http://www.moneyfactory.gov/newmoney/main.cfm/currency/new5 Explanation Bills are dated by what's called their "series" and not by the year they're issued. The series is determined by when the current pairing of Treasury Secretary and Treasurer took office. Because Secretary Paulson was appointed in 2006, that's the series date. When a new Treasurer is appointed the date is kept but a letter is put after the date, e.g. there are 2004-A $10 bills. When a new Secretary takes office, a new series starts.
The Australian 2006 Two Dollar Proof gold coin was only issued as a part of a Gold Proof 8 coin set commemorating the 40th Anniversary of the introduction of decimal currency. It's main value is as part of the set of which there were only 300 issued. It is not expected that anybody would pull a valuable coin set to pieces, so individual prices are not given. The entire set might get $5,000 or more.