Australian Decimal Banknotes – An opening of a new Era of Australian Currency

International Numismatic Newsletter June 2016

Welcome to our Newsletter for June 2016 from Australia’s leading International online Numismatic Dealer @ www.therightnote.com.au. This is my personal overview on the introduction of all new designs of Australian currency. The Right Note have established our international credentials over 21 years, with an available online audience, that has placed TRN in our current dominant International market position.

From an investor and collector point of view Australian banknotes are undergoing the most exciting change of Australian currency in living memory.

This is an opportunity that will never be repeated for both Collectors & Investors alike, interested in Australian Currency history, the question is WHY?

With the introduction of the Five Dollar banknote in September 2016, the new design featuring on the obverse side Queen Elizabeth II to the right side, to the left are the joint signatures of Stevens/Fraser. Mr G. Stevens. Governor of the Reserve Bank of Australia with Mr John Fraser. The Secretary to the Treasury.

new australian 5 dollar note II

The Reserve Bank of Australia have introduced two (2) security devices known internationally as Optical Variation Device for security purposes. One OVD is on a vertical plane, the other OVD is on the bottom left of the obverse side, these dual security features will assist in establishing Australian banknotes to a higher level of anti-counterfeiting, which although counterfeit banknotes up to this time, represent a very small proportion of all banknotes in circulation. These security devices will ensure counterfeit banknotes are less of a problem for government authorities.

Another important design feature of all Australian banknotes (we are now well beyond a mention of Polymer banknotes) will be the reverse of the banknote features the serial numbers on the vertical level, as opposed to the traditional horizontal plane; these serial numbers appear on the reverse of the Five Dollar banknote.

new australian 5 dollar note

The new designs of all Australian currency have been many years in the planning stage, via The Reserve Bank of Australia, the Five Dollar being the first in the pipeline to be released in September 2016. Although the merits of Dr Fred Hollows appearing on our first new Five Dollar were many fold, this was never going to be a practical design option.

The obverse side of our first Five Dollar and the reverse side would always include Queen Elizabeth II, the reverse being the seat of Government in Canberra, as test marketing had begun on both the Five and Ten Dollar some years before their introduction in 2016.

The most important design feature of all new Australian banknotes will be their “tactile” design, that meaning all new Australian banknotes will be perceptible by touch or apparently so. This will assist the vision impaired to differentiate between each and every denomination. This feature alone is so important to so many Australian’s.

My professional overview on the introduction of Australia’s totally revamped and redesigned banknotes is extremely positive, on every level. The Reserve Bank of Australia marketing team have achieved design and functionality of Australia’s newly designed banknote series, that will last for generations.

A nation’s currency is an insight into our history, how we feel about ourselves, why do we redesign our currency?

Change is brought about by necessity, as technology has changed from Australia introducing Polymer banknotes in 1988, so does the reason and purpose for change, not for it’s own sake. Australian technology with the invention of polymer substrate material’s in the 1970’s through a joint venture led by the CSIRO, created a world first of Polymer Substrate Materials (PSM).

This technology was sighted by Note Printing Australia Pty Ltd, an operating subsidiary of The Reserve Bank of Australia. This led to a joint partnership being formed between the CSIRO & NPA to create the world’s first polymer banknotes, being released for Australia’s BICENTENARY of 1988. It is generally accepted in all quarters of the International numismatics community, this Ten Dollar with the signatures of Johnston/Fraser was the most creative, and best designed of all banknotes of that era.

Unfortunately, this beautifully designed banknote, failed one fundamental test, The Optical Variance Device (OVD). Being the major security device, as opposed to all pre decimal & decimal banknotes which featured clear watermarks visible from both obverse & reverse sides, making counterfeiting almost impossible, unless the artist was prepared to hand draw, and cut to size.

The Ten Dollar 1988 Johnston/Fraser Bicentennial banknote failed the most important test of circulation. The only security feature of this banknote was the OVD, placed to right upper side on the obverse side, and clearly visible on the reverse side. Captain James Cook featured on this OVD.

The intention of this polymer substrate material (PSM) for this release in 1988 was to ensure clear identification by individual banks, and their staff and the general public, this system worked well as banknotes were sent to Australian bank’s for clearance, reducing their potential damage. ATM’s were introduced to Australia in 1977 thereby running these banknotes through this technology created a severe rejection of all first issues of the banknote. The OVD simply “rubbed off”. The finished OVD of this first issue had only a smooth, thin varnish placed over the OVD. This led to a total recall of all first issue banknotes, completed very discreetly by The Reserve Bank of Australia.

 

 

The second issue of the this same banknote featured a thicker veneer finish, which successfully stood the test of time, until the introduction of the Ten Dollar Fraser/Evans in 1993 which is the same banknote that is in circulation today.

The new Ten Dollar under the signatures of Stevens/Fraser will incorporate the same security devices as The Five Dollar. The planned release of the Ten Dollar is in 2016. Ushering in our New Era of Australian Currency.

The balance of the Twenty, Fifty and One Hundred Dollar will be released in 2017

The Reserve Bank of Australia should be congratulated, for their new and creative design including all updated security devices to be included in the rollout of all Australian currency.

From an investor and collector point of view Australian banknotes are undergoing the most exciting change of our currency in living memory. This is an opportunity that will never be repeated for both Collectors & Investors alike, interested in Australian Currency history, the question is WHY?

Now is the time for Australian collectors & investors of Australian currency, to plan a strategy based around the introduction of our redesigned banknotes in 2016-2017? I now speak of all previous issues from 1988 up to and including all denominations. Annual capital growth of Polymer banknotes has been steady and reliable over the years. We have seen no dramatic price variance, the “highs and the lows” experienced in other areas of banknote investing and collecting over the last ten years. This market is stable and predictable.

Numismatic enthusiasts who have or will be collecting, in this potentially rich area of investing, need only take stock from average prices of Australian paper banknotes being phased out from 1982 in favor of polymer banknotes, prices have increased at a mean average per annum of 4% although a great return over 50 years, investment potential lies within a safe and predictable area of numismatic investment.

Alternatively for those that have collected polymer banknotes from 1988 a different investment equation emerges, average annual capital returns far exceed that of paper banknotes when we first speak of polymer banknotes. With the introduction of new currency, the old currency in turn becomes far more valuable, if past performance is a predictor of future performance, in this instance it is. Your strategy needs to include purchasing key banknotes from 1988 to 2006 (banknotes after this date are still awaiting accurate annual capital return).

As time goes by, our predictor scale is that all banknotes within this time period will increase by upwards of 30%, independent of catalogue prices, these catalogues have not taken into account, the introduction of our new Australian currency.

I can be contacted @ richardfahy@therightnote.com.au  or can view Australia’s leading International numismatic dealer @ www.therightnote.com.au

The Valuation of your Rare Australian Banknote and Coin Portfolios

Subject: Arcabi Pty Ltd-Trading As-The Rare Coin Company (In Liquidation).
John Pettit Pty Ltd (Voluntary Administration- DOCA*) *Document of Company Arrangement.

OFFER OF:
VALUATION, GRADING, AND EXIT STRATEGIES OF BANKOTE /COIN PORTFOLIOS 

Prepared By: R.E. Fahy Pty Ltd Trading as the Right Note (Established 1995)

As a new client of The Right Note, we have written this article for the information of customers of the two above listed companies who over a period of time, would have purchased Australian banknotes or coins, from either company. As an investor/collector, you may require the services of a professional numismatic dealer to assist you in the correct grading, valuation and pricing of your investment portfolio – with a sales exit strategy for all or part of your investment portfolio.

As an Australian based numismatic dealer – The Right Note was established in 1995, by the current Director Mr Richard E. Fahy. Since this time we have established a reputation for honesty and integrity with our large client base, throughout the World. The Right Note is an established and stable company with 18 years’ experience in the Australian numismatics industry.

Up to this time we have been of assistance to many customers of both of these companies. We have assisted in the area of retrieval of stock where this was possible, the valuation of their portfolio’s including current market values- the planning in an orderly manner, to those customers who wish to sell part or whole of their portfolios in the future. Testimonials can be supplied in confidence to client’s wishing recommendation.

With Australia’s largest on-line presence at www.therightnote.com.au we are well positioned to be of assistance to you in any area of concern to yourself that you may currently have on any matters pertaining to your investment portfolio.

This service will include a full written valuation summary together with our recommendations to you on the potential sale of any or part of your portfolio. For those clients wishing to hold their portfolios, we can advise you on future purchasing strategies to enhance and grow your portfolio in the years to come.

There is a modest service fee, to complete your valuation report; our service fee is not based on the dollar value of your collection, it issimply based on an hourly rate. Once we are aware of your banknote/coin portfolio we can offer you a firm quotation. We are the only independent Australian dealer to currently offer this service to the aggrieved parties of both companies.

In the case of Arcabi Pty Ltd-tradingas The Rare Coin Company, this company has been holding stock in storage on behalf of many customers, all of their purchased stock from the year 2000 up until the time of their liquidation in July 2013. There should be no worry regarding customer’s stored stock to which TRCC applied an annual storage fee of $220.00 Per annum. Once the liquidator has established the ownership, all stock will be returned to their true owners.

In the case of TRCC this does affect The Right Notes ability to be of service to you. When you originally purchased your banknote/coin portfolio, it was standard operating procedure for TRCC to issue to all customers the following items, whether in your possession or being held in storage on your behalf.

These included an original TRCC certificate given to you that listed the necessary information, I will require to being of meaningful service to you.

This certificate putting aside their Liquidation Gaurantee, listed the banknote/coin, Renniks or MVR number (pre federation banknotes) Banknote description, grade with a complete history of the banknote/coin on the left hand side of the certificate, this was always dated. In addition it was always signed and dated by the salesperson. In addition to this you received aphoto quality pictureof your purchases. Irrespective of you having the banknotes/coins in your possession or being in storage. The Right Note can offer to you a professional and accurate valuation service. With all of this information supplied, we do not need to see your banknote/coin portfolio.

Simply send the information as listed above to my email address, I will respond to you within 48 hours.

Contact me personally at richardfahy@therightnote.com.au, all information will be treated in the strictest confidence.

Kind Regards.

Richard E Fahy.
Managing Director.

Revised Annual Capital Return Analysis January 2013

Over the past 12 months there has been a long and well overdue “Market Correction” in banknote values. Some investors and collectors are taking a dim view of these price drops when comparing my last analysis in October 2012 to this one in January 2013.

Astute dealers, investors and collectors who are in for the long term investment see this correction as a good thing as it brings prices back to their real value. This market correction means that prices for potential investors are more affordable.

The Right Note has always recommended that investments in banknotes should be treated as a medium to long term investment. We advise our clients that it is advisable to hold their banknotes for 5 to 10 years. A price correction in any one year will not affect the long term investment strategy for the astute investor. In fact it is an opportunity to purchase rare Australian banknotes at affordable prices. Rare Australian banknotes including Decimal Star* Banknote Replacements, King George V and King George VI have now moved into a more affordable range.

The Right Note has altered all our prices to reflect this current market correction; our prices truly reflect the market correction. For potential buyers there is not a better time to think of commencing your Rare Banknote Investment portfolio.

You can see the Annual Capital Return Analysis for January 2013 here

Annual Capital Return Analysis January 2013

Decimal Star Notes

One Dollar FirstValue Year SecondValue Year Rate Rennicks
$1.00.Coombs/Wilson.UNC. 35 1977 3750 2013 13.86% R71s*
$1.00. Coombs/Randall.UNC. 50 1977 11000 2013 16.16% R72s*
$1.00.Phillips/Randall. UNC. 30 1977 3950 2013 14.52% R73s*
Two Dollar FirstValue Year SecondValue Year Rate Rennicks
$2.00. Coombs/Wilson. UNC. 30 1977 2850 2013 13.48% R81s*
$2.00. Coombs/Randall. UNC. 35 1977 6750 2013 15.74% R82s*
$2.00. Phillips/Randall. UNC. 30 1977 7500 2012 17.09% R83s*
Five Dollar FirstValue Year SecondValue Year Rate Rennicks
$5.00. Coombs/Randall. UNC. 28 1977 10000 2013 17.74% R202s*
$5.00. Phillips/Randall. UNC. 25 1977 16500 2013 19.76% R203s*
Ten Dollar FirstValue Year SecondValue Year Rate Rennicks
$10.00.Coombs/Wilson. UNC. 30 1977 3950 2013 14.52% R301s*
$10.00.Coombs/Randall.UNC. 30 1977 15500 2013 25.67% R302s*
$10.00. Phillips/Randall. UNC. 25 1977 6750 2013 16.83% R303s*
Twenty Dollar FirstValue Year SecondValue Year Rate Rennicks
$20.00. Phillips/Randall. UNC. 55 1977 19500 2013 17.71% R403s*
$20.00. Coombs/Randall. UNC. 30 1977 9000 2013 17.17% R402

Pre-Decimal Star Notes

Ten Shilling FirstValue Year SecondValue Year Rate Rennicks
Ten Shilling Arm/McFarlane. UNC. 45 1977 70000 2013 22.65% R13s*
Ten Shilling.Coombs/Watt.UNC. 40 1977 40000 2013 21.15% R14s*
Ten Shilling.Coombs/Wilson.UNC. 35 1977 45000 2013 22.00% R15s*
Ten Shilling.Coombs/Wilson.UNC. 34 1977 22000 2013 19.70% R16s*
Ten Shilling.Coombs/Wilson.UNC. 35 1977 22000 2013 19.60% R17s*
One Pound FirstValue Year SecondValue Year Rate Rennicks
One Pound.Arm/McFarlane.UNC. 45 1977 160000 2013 25.50% R30bs*
One Pound.Coombs/Watt.UNC. 35 1977 88500 2013 24.32% R31s*
One Pound.Coombs/Wilson.UNC. 35 1977 85000 2013 24.18% R32s*
One Pound.Coombs/Wilson.UNC. 30 1977 19500 2013 19.71% R33s*
One Pound.Coombs/Wilson.UNC. 30 1977 22000 2013 20.11% R34as*
One Pound.Coombs/Wilson.UNC. 25 1977 16000 2013 19.66% R34bs*
Five Pound FirstValue Year SecondValue Year Rate Rennicks
Five Pound.Coombs/Wilson.UNC. 60 1977 97500 2013 22.80% R50s*
Pre-Decimal Notes
Ten Shilling FirstValue Year SecondValue Year Rate Rennicks
Ten Shilling.Cerruty/Collins.UNC. 300 1977 277500 2013 20.89% R3a
Ten Shilling.Miller/Collins.UNC. 225 1977 55000 2013 16.50% R4
Ten Shilling.Riddle/Sheehan.UNC. 65 1977 137500 2013 23.70% R8a
Ten Shilling Riidle/Sheehan. UNC. 30 1977 3750 2013 14.35% R12
Ten Shilling.Coombs/Wilson.UNC. 25 1977 1800 2013 12.61% R15
One Pound FirstValue Year SecondValue Year Rate Rennicks
One Pound.Collins/Allen.UNC. 2000 1977 332500 2013 15.26% R18a
One Pound.Collins/Allen.UNC. 1750 1977 320000 2013 15.57% R20b
Miller/Collins Harrison. UNC. 150 1977 150000 2013 21.15% R22a
One Pound.Riddle/Sheehan.UNC. 220 1977 7000 2013 10.09% R28
One Pound.Coombs/Wilson.UNC. 12 1977 375 2013 10.03% R33
Five Pound FirstValue Year SecondValue Year Rate Rennicks
Five Pound.Collins/Allen.UNC. 500 1977 150000 2013 17.17% R35
Five Pound.Kell/Collins.UNC. 330 1977 20000 2013 12.08% R38b
Five Pound. Riddle/Heathershaw.UNC. 400 1977 52500 2013 14.51% R41
Five Pound.Riddle/Sheehan.UNC. 300 1977 33000 2013 13.95% R43
Five Pound.Sheehan/McFarlane.UNC 550 1977 17000 2013 10.00% R45
Five Pound.Arm/McFarlane.UNC. 450 1977 4750 2013 6.77% R46
Five Pound.Coombs/Watt.UNC. 210 1977 5500 2013 9.49% R47
Five Pound.Coombs/Wilson.UNC. 125 1977 5500 2013 11.08% R48
Five Pound.Coombs/Wilson.UNC. 35 1977 1200 2013 10.32% R49
Ten Pound FirstValue Year SecondValue Year Rate Rennicks
Ten Pound.Collins/Allen.UNC. 10250 1977 350000 2013 10.30% R51
Ten Pound.Kell/Collins.UNC. 225 1977 28500 2013 14.40% R54
Ten Pound.Riddle/Heathershaw.UNC. 150 1977 31500 2013 16.01% R55
Ten Pound Riddle/Sheehan.UNC 300 1977 275000 2013 20.86% R56
Ten Pound.Riddle/Sheehan.UNC. 1170 1977 40000 2013 10.31% R57
Sheehan/McFarlane.UNC. 950 1977 26000 2013 9.63% R58
Ten Pound.Armitage/McFarlane.UNC. 275 1977 10000 2013 10.50% R59
Ten Pound.Coombs/Watt.UNC. 195 1977 10500 2013 11.71% R60
Ten Pound.Coombs/Wilson.UNC. 950 1977 21000 2013 8.98% R61
Ten Pound.Coombs/Wilson.UNC. 50 1977 2500 2013 11.48% R62
Ten Pound.Coombs/Wilson.UNC. 40 1977 2500 2013 12.17% R63
Twenty Pound FirstValue Year SecondValue Year Rate Rennicks
Twenty Pound.Collins/Allen.UNC. 20000 1977 400000 2013 8.68% R64
Twenty Pound.Collins/Allen.UNC. 15000 1977 450000 2013 9.91% R65a
Fifty Pound FirstValue Year SecondValue Year Rate Rennicks
Fifty Pounds.Cerutty/Collins.UNC. 15000 1977 300000 2013 8.68% R67c
One Hundred Pound FirstValue Year SecondValue Year Rate Rennicks
One Hundred Pounds.Collins/Allen.UNC. 215000 2004 650000 2012 R68a
One Thousand Pound FirstValue Year SecondValue Year Rate Rennicks
One Thousand Pounds.C/Allen.UNC. N/A. N/A 1.5M 2012 R70a

Updated 12 February 2013, newest Annual Capital Return Analysis copyright The Right Note 2013.

Prospectus

This is your opportunity to share in one of Australia’s best high return investments
It’s Your Future – It’s Your Money – So Make It work

Why Rare Australian Banknotes make Good Investing Sense
According to a published survey conducted by Access Economics broadcast on The Money Show (Channel 9), rare Australian banknotes continue to hold the position as Australia’s No.1 investment over 11 consecutive years.

Profitability: An Access Economics report on the 10 best investments in Australia (“The Money Show”) found rare Australian banknotes the No.1 investment over a 10 year period. Higher than vintage wines, thoroughbred horses, national and international shares, the mean annual net capital return on rare Australian banknotes generally exceeded 15% per annum!

Rarity: Production of pre-decimal notes stopped 30 years ago, and in 1996, paper currency production ceased forever.

Beauty: Take a look at an early £10 or half-sovereign note you will not see a more charming illustration of a piece of our heritage.

History: the history of banknotes chronicles the history of Australia itself and you can hold a piece of that history in your hand.

Affordability: Some people think that you have to be rich to buy a banknote, but nothing could be further from the truth. The Right Note can commence an investment portfolio for you from as little as $500.00.

Availability: You can search far and wide for really special banknotes; however at The Right Note we have the best and most desirable banknotes in Australia today. Indeed, the Right Note was established because we recognized that successful investing depends on the ability to locate banknotes with the most potential, at the right price.

Making the right investment choice has never been easier

  • There are many investment choices available these days and playing the stock market is time consuming and sometimes expensive. For many first time stock market investors the experience can seem like a frightening gamble with high expectations of ending in disappointment or a less than anticipated return.
  • Rare Australian banknotes have consistently exceeded general market performance of all other types of investment over the many years.
  • We all know that most genuine antiques increase in value and that is exactly what rare Australian banknotes are currently doing.
  • The Right Note will assist you in every way to understand the inherent value and intrinsic beauty of rare Australian banknotes and banknote sets making your investment choice simple.
  • The Right Note are able to tailor a specific investment portfolio to meet your own specific financial budget. You will benefit from our years of experience in rare banknote investing related to accounting, superannuation and all market aspects. Through our expertise we will develop your investment portfolio to average annual capital returns well in excess of any other investment available in Australia today (mean average 15% per annum). You will soon understand why The Right Note have so many satisfied clients in Australia, Asia and North America.
  • At The Right Note we understand that your time is precious and will be happy to visit with you obligation free. You’ll enjoy our no pressure consultative approach and we’ll be more than happy to provide a FREE up-to-date valuation of any banknotes you may already have.
  • For international clients you should be aware of our very successful e-commerce business.
  • For first time investors in investment quality banknotes we give you our assurance that rare banknotes are simple to understand, historically interesting and investing is easy to follow. Once you have invested in a quality banknote or collection with us our service doesn’t simply end there. We provide a continual bank-up to all our investors free of charge. This includes understanding the history, the art of grading, annual investment newsletters and for those clients dealing through superannuation funds we also provide an end of financial year capital return analysis of your investment with our compliments.
  • You are welcome to call in and visit our Sydney offices located in the lovely 100 year old Cliveden building at suite 304, No.4 Bridge Street in the central CBD. Please note that visits to our offices are by appointment only.
  • Rare Australian banknotes can be a hobby or a lifestyle. To invest in a piece of our past with returns into the future is only a phone call away. You can speak with our Australian director Mr. Richard E Fahy on (61 2) 9251 1288.

Our charter is to provide investors and collectors with the very best quality range of rare Australian banknotes. This is our guarantee to you

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Australian Polymer Banknote Investing

From The Desk of R.E. Fahy.
(Original article from 1st June 2007 Reposted May 2012)
Attention all Banknote Investors and Collectors

Australian Polymer Banknote Investing

Australian banknotes have, over the period of 1994 to 2003, shown an average annual capital return of 15%-20%. Depending on the type of banknote this growth rate demonstrates once again that Australian banknotes are a serious alternative to traditional areas of investment such as real estate, shares and managed funds and has fuelled prices of the most sought after Australian banknotes to record prices.

20new2012Since the establishment of TRN in 1995 we have proudly provided accurate predictions of these growth patterns to the benefit of our clients and see continued growth in the coming years. We recommend that investors give careful consideration as to their next Australian banknote purchase in relation to price, availability and capital growth trends.

As a valued client we recommend for your consideration the purchase of Australian polymer banknotes. Our logic is simple. These banknotes are affordable based on current valuations and are available in the most recent issues from 1996-2003 in denominations of $5 to $100. Issues prior to 1996 are already becoming difficult to obtain and client orders may need to be placed on back order.

For your convenience we include a price survey of Australian polymer banknotes since their inception in 1988 up to 2007. This survey covers both general issue banknotes and first/last prefixes. We have taken a small sampling only to demonstrate the investment potential of polymer banknotes.

For those clients wishing to commence an Australian polymer collection or add them to their existing portfolio, we have provided a purchase order form. This form includes stock currently on hand.

When ordering we would ask that you be patient as “out of stock” in some denominations and prefix numbers may be experienced due to the demand of this our first Australian banknote offer for 2007.

Prices quoted for all Australian polymer banknotes will be effective for a period of 60 days from the 1st June2007.

Requests for out of stock items after this date will need to requoted, and approved by you prior to dispatch. Please note that shipping charges apply to courier delivered items. Any banknote placed on back order will be invoiced at the time of dispatch. Order requests can be placed by emailing us at info@therightnote.com.au or simply visit our popular website for more information www.TheRightNote.com.au.

50new2012Orders may be faxed on 02 9251 9454 or posted to The Right Note, 505/4 Bridge St, Sydney NSW. 2000. Payments can be made by credit card, personal/business cheque or bank cheque or postal order.

The establishment of an Australian polymer banknote investment portfolio TODAY, will ensure an investment that is affordable, that will show annual capital returns of 15% (approximation only).

All banknotes supplied will be genuine uncirculated grades, with certificates of authenticity and deeds of ownership. New clients will receive with our compliments a Vario banknote storage album RRP $85.00.

Richard E Fahy
The Right Note

Great News for Rare Australian Banknotes

Australian Banknotes No.l  Again !!

The bar graph clearly shows how Australian Banknotes were once again the NUMBER ONE investment in Australia for a 10 year period up to December 2001. Source – Access Economics Pty Ltd & The Sydney Sun Herald 28th July 2002. Australian Banknotes outperformed all other segments of the Australian investment market over this 10 year period.

If you are one of many Australian investors losing your hard earned money through either the share market or superannuation funds then you’ll be pleased to know that The Right Note offer a wonderful alternative to those traditional investments that appear to have hit the proverbial investment brickwall.

As Australia’s Premier rare Australian banknote investment specialists we offer a range of unique investment services to our clients. Since we deal solely in Rare Australian Banknotes you are assured of receiving a service that is the benchmark in the Australian Collectibles Industry.

Whether you invest in pre-federation, pre-decimal or decimal Australian banknotes you will not only be rewarded by annual returns between 15 to 20% (proven throughout the years) but will also enjoy exploring the fascinating history of Australia’s monetary system.

Collecting and investing in rare Australian banknotes has never been easier. You can start your investment portfolio today by simply calling us on 02 9251 1288 during office hours or email info@therightnote.com.au