1942 10/- R13 Armitage/McFarlane Very Fine

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1942 10/- R13 Armitage/McFarlane Very Fine

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  • Historic Second World War-era Australian banknote
  • A fundamental element of every Australian collection
  • Must-have in Very Fine condition
  • Remarkably good value-for-money
  • Limited number of examples available!

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First issued in the year that Darwin was bombed and midget submarines attacked Sydney Harbour, the King George VI 1942 10/- Armitage/McFarlane banknote is a genuine artefact from the Second World War era.

Always popular with collectors as a result, this historic currency issue is becoming increasingly scarce in better grade. In part, that is due to the low denomination status of the £1 note. Suffering a high circulation rate as a low denomination, and having a short lifespan as a result, millions of £1 notes were withdrawn and destroyed during the predecimal era.

Of those that survived, a vast majority have been heavily circulated – unlike the examples available here! In pleasing Very Fine condition, this is an irresistible opportunity for you to add this key WWII-era banknote to your collection – at a price you can afford! 

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Reference NumberR13
Banknote TypePaper
Country of IssueAustralia
Denomination10 Shilling
GradeVery Fine
Issued ByCommonwealth Bank of Australia
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