Rare Australian Decimal Polymer Banknotes
Polymer banknotes were a world first development by The Reserve Bank of Australia to make counterfeiting more difficult. They engaged the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO) and The University of Melbourne to that purpose.
They were first issued as $10 notes in Australia in January 1988 to celebrate the bicentenary of Australia but had to be withdrawn due to faults. It was also the first banknote to feature an optically variable devise (OVD). They were re-introduce in Octover 1988 after correcting faults.
The Right Note has first run, un-circulated and sequential run Polymer Banknotes among our collection for sale.
Code: TRN. Reference: Johnston/Fraser. Banknote Description: Australian Polymer Banknote Release. Signatures: Johnston/Fraser. 1988. Grade: Uncirculated.
Renniks: R310aF Banknote Description: Australian Polymer Banknote Issue. Denomination: Ten Dollars. Signatures: Fraser/Evans. Serial Numbers: AB 10936567. Grade: Uncirculated. Notation: Released in 1988 these first prefix letters on AB10 94 were subjected on the same printing strain of the hologram being faulty, in actual fact this maintains the value as highly collectable. It is […]
Renniks: R310aF Banknote Description: Australian Polymer Banknote Issue. Denomination: Ten Dollars. Signatures: Fraser/Evans. Serial Numbers: AB 94 941774/75. Grade: Uncirculated. Sale Price: $1500.00. No premium attached for the pair. Notation: Released in 1988 these first prefix letters on AB10 94 were subjected on the same printing strain of the hologram being faulty, in actual fact […]
Renniks Number: R316bF. Code: TRN. Banknote Description: Australian General Issue Banknote-Blue Dobell. General Issue. Signatures: Fraser/Evans. Circa: 1994. Grade: Uncirculated. Serial Number: AA94 003462. Notation: Of all Ten Dollar Polymer Banknotes in the Ten Dollar Denomination- AA94 general circulated banknote is the second highest valued banknote with rarity to match. I have included a Grey […]
Code: TRN. Banknote Description: Australian Release Polymer Banknote. Signatures: Johnston/Fraser. Serial Number: AA23 101711. Last Prefix of the collector sets, issued. The collector set ranged in prefix from AA 00 to AA23 in 1988. We are advertising AA 00-28. This banknote is very rare.
A Basic Introduction to an Employee Banknote Presentation Set Circa 1988. On the finalisation of all banknote designs, production and release to the Australian public, a certain number of Specimen banknotes were set aside for presentation to public dignitaries, the Royal family and designated member of the Australian public. This tradition commenced with the introduction […]
Reference: R218a. Banknote Description: Five Dollar. Polymer banknote issues, matching pair. Serial Number: CG96 928123/124. Grade: Uncirculated. Circa 1993. Notation: The general issued banknote is more valuable than the first prefix BA96. The Reserve Bank focused in the early 1990’s on the over production of 1995, with less numbers of 1996 being produced, these type […]
Banknote Reference: The first worldwide polymer banknote issue released in 1988. The lovely pair of first issues with the Serial Numbers: AB 20 632181/82. Grade: Uncirculated. Going to www.therightnote.note.com.au under “articles”, underlines that all first issues commencing AA10-AB33 were truly the only first issues. There is confusion as the definition of first and second issues, […]
Five Dollar Polymer Banknote Issue. Signatures: McFarlane/Evans. Serial Numbers: HB97988180/81. LAST PREFIX 0f 1997 Grade: Uncirculated. Notation: One pair only in stock. First to see will buy. One of the highest appreciating polymer banknotes, showing annual capital growth of 11.5% since the introduction of 1997. Decimal Polymer HB97 McFarlane/Evans HB 979880/81 Last prefix 1997 Pair […]
Ten Dollar Fraser/Evans with Grey Shading of Dobell Portrait. Serial Numbers: AA 94 972 715/615. Grade: Uncirculated Renniks: R316biF