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The Ten Shilling note was a component of a now redundant currency used by many Commonwealth countries. Ten Shillings was equal to half a Pound or 120 Pence. At the time of Australia's conversion to decimal currency in February, 1966, Ten Shillings converted to One Dollar (AUD). Any collector value on a Ten Shilling note would depend on its condition, Serial Number and the signatories.

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