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Australia 10 Shillings or 1/2 Pound (1939-1952)

Item Code: AU-25a

Front: Portrait of King George VI (1895 - 1952). Coat of arms of Australia. Reverse: Manufactures - bas-relief featuring rising Australian manufacturing industry. Watermark: Captain James Cook in profile and "letters "HALF" in two places. Security features: Running serial numbers. Main colour: Orange. Artist: Unknown. Signatures: Henry J. Sheehan (Governor, 1938-41); Stuart G. McFarlane (Treasury Secretary) (1938-48). Printing method: Intaglio. Issuer: Commonwealth Bank of Australia. Date of Issue: 1939. Withdrawn from circulation: 1961. Legal tender: N/a. Material: Cotton paper. Printer: Unknown. Collector value: $75 in 2020 (F).
 

 
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Dimensions: 136 x 76 mm
 

Texts: Commonwealth of Australia. This Note is legal tender for Ten Shillings in the Commonwealth and in all Territories under the
control of the Commonwealth. Half Pound.

 
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