$50 2018 AUSTRALIA Spelling Mistake 'responsibilty' 1 GENUINE UNC Banknote

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Seller: Top-Rated Seller the_banknote_vault (4,266) 99.7%, Location: Sydney, NSW , Ships to: AU, Americas, Europe, Asia, NZ, Item: 303148398747 AUSTRALIA NEXT GENERATION $50 2018 Lowe/Fraser x 1 UNC Banknote General prefix - Not first or last prefix Not a Specimen note The Reserve Bank has revealed the design of the new $50 banknote. As with the existing banknote, the new $50 features portraits of Aboriginal writer and inventor David Unaipon and the first female member of an Australian parliament, Edith Cowan. The new banknotes will be released into general circulation in October 2018. Governor Philip Lowe said: ‘Improved security and ease of recognition underpin the design of the new $50 banknote. With the release of the $5 and $10 during the past two years, we are confident the Australian public are becoming familiar with the new banknote security features.’ These features include a top-to-bottom clear window that contains dynamic features such as a reversing number. There is also a patch with a rolling-colour effect and microprint featuring excerpts from David Unaipon's book and Edith Cowan's maiden parliamentary speech. The Governor added: ‘David Unaipon and Edith Cowan were campaigners for social change and we are proud to continue featuring them on the $50 banknote. The new banknote provides the opportunity to tell more of the rich story behind these distinguished Australians.’ Their stories are told through a number of design elements, including shields from Unaipon's Ngarrindjeri nation and the practices of miwi and navel cord exchange about which Unaipon wrote. The banknote also includes a picture of the gumnut brooch Cowan had made to symbolise that entry into Parliament was a ‘hard nut to crack’ for women, and the King Edward Memorial Hospital, a women's and maternity hospital that she helped establish. As with the $5 and $10, the new banknote includes representations of a wattle and a native bird. The $50 features Acacia humifusa and a Black Swan (Cygnus atratus), Unaipon's ngaitji, or totem, and the bird of Cowan's home state of Western Australia. Signed by Philip Lowe and John FraserVISIT MY EBAY SHOP AND HAVE A LOOK AT MY OTHER ITEMS!!!Combined postage discount for multiple purchases, one flat postage charge for up to 15 notes OR 5 coins For purchases over $50 I insist on Registered Post: Australia - $6Rest of World - $20 No pick up available If your feedback is less than 10, please contact me before bidding/buying or it may be removed/cancelled If you are unhappy with your purchase, please contact me before leaving negative feedback, so we can try resolve any issueUnder certain circumstances, I reserve the right to request extra money to pay for Registered Post, even if your purchase is under $50. This is to ensure that I'm covered by PayPal Seller Protection. Condition: General Prefix - Not SPECIMEN - 1 banknote, Region of Origin: Australia/ Oceania, Composition: Polymer, Era: 2000s

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