|Australia 5 Dollars (1967-1972)|
Item Code: AU-39B
British botanist Sir Joseph Banks (1743 - 1820). Collage
of unique Australian flora with Banksia plant and seed
drawings. Reverse: Caroline Chisholm (30 May 1808 25 March 1877) was a progressive 19th-century English humanitarian known
mostly for her involvement with female immigrant welfare in Australia. Sydney foreshore in 1848. Cover of the "Shipping Gazette".
Watercolour of the Waverley. Handbill of a meeting of the Family Colonization Loan Society (located at her home in Charlton Crescent
in Islington). Mini portraits of women and children. Ballarat - barque sailing ship. Emigrants proceeding in the "Mariner". Watermark:
Captain James Cook. Security features: Watermark. Running serial numbers. Metallic security strip near the centre of the banknote.
Main colour: Mauve (purple). Artist: Gordon Andrews. Artistic advisor: Russell Drysdale. Engraver: Gordon Andrews. Signatures:
H.C. Coombs (Governor); R.J. Randall (Treasury Secretary) (1967). Printing method: Intaglio. Issuer: Reserve Bank, Commonwealth
of Australia. Date of Issue: 29 May 1967. Withdrawn from circulation: 1992. Legal tender: Yes. Material: Cotton paper.
Printer: Note Printing Australia Ltd. (NPA).
|Dimensions: 151 x 75 mm|
Commonwealth of Australia. Five Dollars. Legal tender
throughout the Commonwealth of Australia and the
Territories of the
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