Australia dating bank notes

23-Nov-2017 20:10

This beautiful and rare banknote features three icons of New Zealand.On the left is a Kiwi Bird, on the right, the Maori King Tawhiao and on the reverse is Milford Sound, a famous beauty spot.

Title: An Economic History of Australia Author: Edward Shann * A Project Gutenberg Australia e Book * e Book No.: 1300861Language: English Date first posted: February 2013 Date most recently March 2013 Produced by: Ned Overton Project Gutenberg Australia e Books are created from printed editions which are in the public domain in Australia, unless a copyright notice is included.Andrew Pattison, a bank note specialist at Spink, said: 'The auction is a great example of the vibrancy of the world banknote market.'It includes notes from virtually every conceivable country, including many that no longer exist, and includes items from the mid nineteenth century all the way through to the modern era.'He has picked out five highlights below, including the note expected to fetch the most – a Palestine one from 1927.He adds: 'These are some of the most expensive notes, but more importantly, the most interesting.' Spink will also be hosting the Bank of England charity auction in October.£50 was a lot of money in 1934 and almost all notes were redeemed. Estimate: These proof designs for Iraqi 100 dinar of 1931 are probably unique.They feature King Faisal I, who was a staunch ally of the British.

Title: An Economic History of Australia Author: Edward Shann * A Project Gutenberg Australia e Book * e Book No.: 1300861Language: English Date first posted: February 2013 Date most recently March 2013 Produced by: Ned Overton Project Gutenberg Australia e Books are created from printed editions which are in the public domain in Australia, unless a copyright notice is included.Andrew Pattison, a bank note specialist at Spink, said: 'The auction is a great example of the vibrancy of the world banknote market.'It includes notes from virtually every conceivable country, including many that no longer exist, and includes items from the mid nineteenth century all the way through to the modern era.'He has picked out five highlights below, including the note expected to fetch the most – a Palestine one from 1927.He adds: 'These are some of the most expensive notes, but more importantly, the most interesting.' Spink will also be hosting the Bank of England charity auction in October.£50 was a lot of money in 1934 and almost all notes were redeemed. Estimate: These proof designs for Iraqi 100 dinar of 1931 are probably unique.They feature King Faisal I, who was a staunch ally of the British.We do NOT keep any e Books in compliance with a particular paper edition. Be sure to check the copyright laws for your country before downloading or redistributing this file.