Ten Shillings – King George VI – circa 1939-1952
Ten Shillings were introduced in 1939 with their very distinctive colouring of brown/orange all banknotes measured 137BY76MM featuring King George VI on the obverse side, and a completed scene of Australian manufacturing on the reverse side. A total of 450 million banknotes were printed over a fourteen year period.
Renniks Number: R015. Code: BP9002. Banknote Description: Australian Pre Decimal Banknote. Signatures: Coombs/Wilson. Circa: 1952. Grade: Fine. RR: $450.00. Source: Renniks 28th edition Coin and Banknote Catalogue. 2018. Serial: A98 859035
R12. Ten Shilling. Signatures: Sheehan/McFarlane. Circa: 1939. Serial Number: E57 434197. Grade: VF. RR Source: Renniks 27th edition Catalogue 2017.
King George VI Sheehan/McFarlane F522 161723
Ten Shillings – Commonwealth of Australia Banknote. This Note is legal tender for Ten Shillings. Ten shilling notes were equivalent to half sovereign gold coins. They were used in Australian from 1910-1965. Renniks 015. Circa 1952. Grade: aUnc. Has a slight tellers flick in the middle of the banknote. RR: $1100.00. Our Price: $600.00 Featuring [...]
Signature: Coombs/Watt. Circa 1949. Grade: aUncirculated. Serial Number: A72 981134 King George VI Coombs/Watt A72 981134
A good banknote in this grade. King George VI Sheehan/McFarlane F21323613