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There is no bird on the Australian Ten Dollar note.

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He is featured on the Australian ten dollar note.


The original Australian paper Ten Dollar note (1966 to 1993) was 155 x 76 mm. The trial Australian polymer Bicentennial Ten Dollar note (1988 only) is 155 x 77.5 mm. The new Australian polymer Ten Dollar note (1993 to present) is 137 x 65 mm.


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The Australian Ten Dollar note is not pink and green. They are mostly blue but have swirls of yellow and green as well.


There is no deeply significant answer. All Australian banknotes are of a different colour to aid with visual distinction between denominations. Five Dollar note is purple Ten Dollar note is blue Twenty Dollar note is red Fifty Dollar note is gold One Hundred Dollar note is green


With the exception of the 1988 Bicentennial note, the Australian $10 note is mostly blue.


Have another look. The Queen is not on the Australian Ten Dollar note, only the polymer Five Dollar note issued since 1992. Prior to the issue of polymer notes, she appeared on the paper One Dollar note issued from 1966.


To get an estimate of value on an Australian banknote, you will need to provide the type of note, denomination, Signatories and the serial number. For example - Australian Ten Dollar paper note, Coombs/Wilson, SBC 654123.


The Australian Twenty Dollar note was first issued on the 14th of February, 1966. It replaced the Ten Pound note at the conversion to decimal currency. The polymer Australian Twenty Dollar note was first issued in 1994 and replaced its paper predecessor.


There are many things printed on Australian banknotes, most too small to see or read even with a magnifying glass. The poem on the front of the current Australian Ten Dollar note shows the opening lines of the "Man from Snowy River" by A.B. (Banjo) Paterson. See the Reserve Bank of Australia link below for a detailed description of the Australian Ten Dollar note.


There is no deeply significant answer. All Australian banknotes are of a different colour to aid with visual distinction between denominations. Five Dollar note is purple Ten Dollar note is blue Twenty Dollar note is red Fifty Dollar note is gold One Hundred Dollar note is green


No, and if it was, you would get only One Dollar for it.An Australian Ten Shilling note, even in poor condition. might get at least Five Dollars.


The Australian One Dollar note was first issued for circulation in 1966 when it replaced the predecimal Ten Shilling note at Australia's conversion to decimal currency. The Australian One Dollar coin was first issued for circulation in 1984. The One Dollar coin was struck to replace the One Dollar note.


The dimensions of the current Australian polymer banknotes are as follows - Five Dollar note - 65 x 130mm. Ten Dollar note - 65 x 137mm. Twenty Dollar note - 65 x 144mm. Fifty Dollar note - 65 x 151mm. One Hundred Dollar note - 65 x 158mm.


Australia does not have a "percent" note. Current circulating Australian banknotes are the Five, Ten, Twenty, Fifty and One Hundred Dollar notes.


An Australian Ten Dollar note serial number MNF187556 with Fraser/Cole signatories would have been issued in 1991. It was the last year i which paper $10 notes were issued.


The Australian 1988 Bicentennial Ten Dollar note, serial AA01 to AA22, were specially printed and packaged for the collector market. An Australian 1988 Bicentennial Ten Dollar note (Johnston/Fraser)(serial AA07 in blue folder) could get anything up to $50 AUD. A reputable coin dealer will be able to give a more accurate valuation.


100 divided by 10 = 10. 10 Australian Ten Dollar notes equal one Australian One Hundred Dollar note.


Animals do not feature on current Australian banknotes. The only animals appearing on current Australian banknotes are some horses on the Ten and One Hundred Dollar notes, and a camel on the Twenty Dollar note. There is also a stylised Lyrebrid on the hologram of the One Hundred Dollar note.


For general circulation, we have a Ten Dollar note. There are a large variety of non-circulating Ten Dollar coins made of various precious metals and with different designs. Please be more specific.


Australia puts famous or historically significant Australian identities on its banknotes. The original paper Australian Ten Dollar note issued from 1966 to 1991, had Henry Lawson (1867-1922) on the back. Henry Lawson was a writer and a poet and is known as Australia's greatest writer.



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The Reserve Bank of Australia "invented" all of Australia's currency. The original paper Ten Dollar note was designed by Gordon Andrews in 1964, and first issued on the 14th of February, 1966. The current polymer Ten Dollar note was designed by Max Robinson and was first issued in November, 1993.


Yes. The 1988 Australian Ten Dollar bicentennial note beginning with prefix AB10 is amongst the first prefixes of the issue and is very collectible and potentially has a bit of value depending on the condition. A reputable coin dealer will be able to appraise your note and give an accurate valuation.



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