Australia’s first banknote turns one hundred!
May the 1st, 2013, marks exactly 100 years since the printing of Australia’s very first banknote – the 1913 Ten Shilling note. Unveiled in 1913 as part of Australia’s first national banknote issue, and bearing Australia’s first banknote signature combination, Collins/Allen, this groundbreaking 100-year-old banknote issue is among the most ..
The way of the future…
Following in the footsteps of 18 other countries, Canada has just announced their first release in a new line of Polymer Banknotes – the new $100 bill. Developed from a single sheet of polymer plastic, this iconic new series has been developed in a bid to win the battle against counterfeit currency. [youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7chpll..
THE ULTIMATE TRIBUTE! ~ Australia’s Golden Era of Wool – Coin & Banknote Portfolio!
Includes real Merino WOOL! Headlined by a large piece of genuine Australian Merino wool – as well as three Australian legal tender issues – this inspired presentation forms the most fitting possible tribute to the crucial role of the Australian Wool Industry in the economic, political and cultural development of Australia. The key to the tremen..