Australian $50 Banknote Type Set

Australian $50 Banknote Type Set

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  • Comprises the three $50 Australian note types – one paper & two polymer.
  • Strictly Uncirculated condition – signatures of our choice.
  • Housed in a high-quality, informative, hardback portfolio.
  • Top value given the importance, quality and presentation.

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Every standard $50 banknote type!

This superbly presented collection represents an irresistible opportunity to secure every standard Australian $50 banknote type in strictly Uncirculated quality.

Three unique types…

The collection comprises three Australian banknotes – highlighted by Australia’s first $50 type. The nation’s highest denomination note when introduced by Gough Whitlam’s ALP government, Australia’s first $50 type was issued in paper from 1973 until replaced by polymer in the mid-1990s. The first $50 polymer design type is also included, along with the Next Generation $50 type – signatures of our choice.

Scarce in top grade – as here!

With the spending power of this high denomination note simply too great for people to casually set aside at issue, the $50 is scarce in Uncirculated condition. Preserving the impeccable Uncirculated quality for the long-term, each 3-note collection is set in a high-quality hardback portfolio. An appropriate standard of presentation for such a key collection, each portfolio also features the history of the denomination.

Limited stock available!

As a result of the scarcity of the high denomination $50 in Uncirculated quality, we have been able to assemble only a very small number of sets. Immediate action is essential – click add to cart now!

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Country of IssueAustralia
Issued ByReserve Bank of Australia
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