Australia, 1 dollar P42d Unc

Australia 1 dollar nd P42d Brown and yellow Bareheaded Queen Eliz II at r and arms at centre/ Aboriginal art Unc
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SKU: WAU0255
£7.50

Australia was the pioneer in the development of polymer banknotes to replace paper. The first polymer note appeared in 1988 with the commemorative 10 dollars but it wasn’t long before all regular issues were printed on this revolutionary substance which moved like paper but had the durability of plastic.

Here we present an Uncirculated example of the last 1 dollar issued by Australia printed on paper. The 1 dollar (P42d) features Queen Elizabeth II on the front and aboriginal art on the back. 

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