1942 £1 Armitage/McFarlane Banknote Very Fine

1942 £1 Armitage/McFarlane Banknote Very Fine

$109.00
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AC920
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  • A genuine Australian predecimal One Pound banknote.
  • First issued during WWII in 1942 – the year of ‘The Battle for Australia’.
  • Highly sought after as a memento of the WWII era.
  • An official Australian banknote issue of King George VI.
  • Scarce, as with all George VI predecimal banknotes.
  • Carries the Armitage/McFarlane signature combination.
  • Offered in highly collectable Very Fine condition.

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Highly sought after as a memento of the WWII era, the 1942 £1 R30 Armitage/McFarlane note was the second £1 issue made during the brief reign of King George VI. Scarce in all grades, as with all King George VI Australian predecimal banknotes, this key issue is yet surprisingly affordable. With only a small number of notes available – all in highly collectable Very Fine condition – you must act now. Click add to cart!

More Information
Reference NumberR30
Banknote TypePaper
Country of IssueAustralia
Denomination£1
GradeVery Fine
Issued ByCommonwealth Bank of Australia
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