Australia dating bank notes

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Decimal paper banknotes issued from 1966 to 1972 will have the words "COMMONWEALTH OF AUSTRALIA" printed at the top on both sides.Decimal paper banknotes issued from 1974 onwards will have the word "AUSTRALIA" printed at the top on both sides.Australian banknotes do not have the year of printing or issue on them.Older notes are identified by a combination of the serial number and the signatures of the "Governor of the Reserve Bank of Australia" and the "Secretary to the Treasury".From 1993 a coded system of dating on the new polymer notes was commenced.The first two numerals of the serial number contain the last two digits of the year, for example, AA 93123456, indicate that the note was issued in 1993.

The Allies issued notes in denominations of 10 and 50 sen, 1, 5, 10, 20, 1 yen between 19, during which time the Bank of Japan also issued notes.The issuance of the yen banknotes began in 1872, two years after the currency was introduced.Throughout its history, the denominations have ranged from 0.05 yen to 10,000 yen.Pictured on the front of the note is Shureimon, a famous gate in Naha, Okinawa near the site of the summit.The other side features a scene from The Tale of Genji and the author Murasaki Shikibu on the lower right corner.

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