Note Printing Australia, Craigieburn. Victoria. (A division of the Reserve Bank Of Australia).
Commemorating The landing of Captain James Cook at Botany Bay on the 29th April 1770.
This unique engraving formed the design of the reverse design of Australia’s 1923 One Pound banknote. Reproduced with the permission of The National Gallery of Victoria.
This beautiful Vignette was based on a design offered by The Numismatic Association of Australia, and commissioned through Note Printing Australia in 1990.
This number is 0006 of up to 4000 printed and issued for release at The Melbourne International Coin Fair in the same year of 1990. Best described as extremely
There is no register of any price for the Vignette, thanks to the NAA these lovely Vignettes were produced in the first place, limited numbers for sale do apply.
The value does not lie in the quantity printed, more case of the overall presentation of each set. The cooperation of NPA in issuing these sets.
As a part of Australian banknote history, being issued in 1990 these sets require mention.
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