Obverse:||Francis Howard Greenway (1777-1837), Pioneer Architect.|
Reverse:||Henry Lawson (1867-1922), Poet & Writer and Gulgong, NSW township.|
Signatories:||H. C. Coombs, Governor, Reserve Bank of Australia.|
Roland Wilson, Secretary to the Treasury.
|Size:||154.94mm (width), 76.20mm (height).|
|Watermark:||Captain Cook in left panel.|
|SAA 000000 - Type 1 Specimen Note.|
Three Letter prefix - separate entry.
First Prefix SAA - separate entry.
Star Replacement Note - separate entry.
SAA 000000 Specimen Note Type 2 - separate entry.
1966 Coombs/Wilson Ten Dollar - SAA 000000 Type 1 Specimen Note
Type 1 specimen notes contain the word SPECIMEN within an oval located in the watermark area. The notes come from 208 booklets produced specially for the changeover to decimal currency. Two notes of each of the 5 denominations - $1, $2, $5, $10 and $20 - were lightly glued in the booklet to show the front and back of each note. Even though not one of the original issues, provision was made for the $5 note (with the Coombs/Randall signature combination) introduced a year later in 1967.
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