Renniks Number: R18a.
- First Australian Pre Decimal One Pound Banknote.
- Grade: Very Fine.
- RR: $50,000.00. Source: Renniks 30h edition 2020.
- Historical Notation: This banknote is one of 20 banknotes known to exist. In this superior grade of VF less than 6 exist.
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Please refer to below history-As researched by TRN.
|Obverse||Coat of Arms|
|Signatories||James R. Collins, Assistant Secretary
George T. Allen, Secretary to the Treasury
|Size||182.88mm [width] 93.98mm [height]|
|Serial Numbers||Red Serial numbers P 000001 to P 1000000 .|
First issued in September 1913-1918. The Signature combination of Collins/Allen. Assistant Secretary and Secretary to The Treasury respectively.
Renniks Number R 18a was the first issued One Pound
Banknote-Issued in Red Serial Numbers.
Serial Number: P116121
The Banknote is best described as Extremely rare
CURRENTLY THERE LESS THAN 20 KNOWN EXAMPLES.
The banknote featured on the Obverse side a Gold mining scene from Bendigo. Victoria.
The reverse side featured “Diggers” Healey, Smith and Beveridge.
Total printed banknotes of Collins/Allen ranges to 31,968,000.
There were a further eleven banknote styles from R18b to R18eL.
All other Banknotes were issued in Dark Blue to Black seriffed numbers.
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