1966 Australia Ten Dollars – SAN


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This note is from the first year of decimal paper production.

A bit of light soiling is the only defect that pulls this note down as well as some light wrinkling

For this period however it is still a great example.

This banknote will certainly add value in the years to come.

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Greenway’s face was shown on the first Australian decimal-currency $10 note (1966–93), making him probably the only convicted forger in the world to be honoured on a banknote.
Greenway is the eponym of a NSW Federal electorate, a suburb of Canberra, and a high school in Beresfield, a suburb of Newcastle.
Francis Greenway Drive in the suburb of Cherrybrook is named in honour of Francis Greenway.
The Vaucluse home of the renowned Australian architect Leslie Wilkinson (1882–1973) was named “Greenway” in honour of Francis Greenway.

*All biographical details are taken from Wikipedia for education purposes only.

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