Australian Ten Pound Banknotes – King George V – circa 1913-1934
The introduction of the Ten Pound when released in 1913 with the signature combination of Collins/Allen, was a milestone in our currency history, during this time Ten Pound could secure you, prime real estate in the newly established suburbs of Sydney, with a little change. There were only seven signatures issued, as Ten Pound represented a considerable amount of money with only 8.5 million printed and circulated over a period of 21 years.
An exceptional grade of this very rare banknote.
Australian Pre Decimal banknotes of this era in premium quality grades are very scarce and highly prized for their investment potential. George V’s reign represented a significant time in Australia’s currency history. In 1923 he became the first monarch to feature on Australia’s Commonwealth banknote issues. Before 1910, banknotes were issued by private banks and [...]