Complete 1973-93 Last Decimal Paper 7-Note Type Set Uncirculated

Complete 1973-93 Last Decimal Paper 7-Note Type Set Uncirculated

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  • Encompasses Australia’s last paper decimal note types.
  • Includes the $1, $2, $5, $10, $20, $50 & $100.
  • Offered in superb, unused Uncirculated quality
  • Issued from 1973 to 1993 – signatures of our choice.
  • Presented within see-both-sides display sheets.

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The end of an era – the final paper banknotes

Highly sought after, and very scarce in pristine, unused, Uncirculated condition, we are delighted to present the COMPLETE 1973-93 Last Decimal Paper 7-Note Type Set!

From paper to polymer…

Australia led the world in the search for a safer, more durable material for banknote production. Following extensive research and development by the Reserve Bank of Australia, in league with CSIRO, polymer notes were introduced in Australia in 1988. Illustrating the success of the project, paper banknotes had been entirely supplanted by polymer by the mid-1990s. A permanent reminder of a key chapter in Australian currency history, the banknotes before you were the final decimal paper types to be issued.

Scarce in Uncirculated quality!

The set presented here comprises the final type of each of the seven decimal banknote denominations – $1, $2, $5, $10, $20, $50 & $100, signatures of our choice. Each banknote is distinguished by the ‘AUSTRALIA’ banner introduced in 1973. Importantly, each Australian banknote is issued in pristine, strictly Uncirculated condition.

Very scarce in the superb quality available here, we have only a small number of sets in stock. Do not miss this landmark opportunity – click add to cart now!

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