1972 Australia One Dollar Note – BGJ

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This 1972 One Dollar paper banknote from Downunder is in pristine condition.

Given its age, it is truly a great addition to any portfolio. A super purchase!

I think it has some of the truest colours I have seen on a One Dollar banknote of this era. 

A great Australian investment indeed.

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Since Queen Elizabeth II rarely gives interviews, little is known of her personal feelings. As a constitutional monarch, she has not expressed her own political opinions in a public forum. She does have a deep sense of religious and civic duty and takes her coronation oath seriously. Aside from her official religious role as Supreme Governor of the established Church of England, she personally worships with that church and with the national Church of Scotland. She has demonstrated support for inter-faith relations and has met with leaders of other churches and religions, including three popes: John XXIII, John Paul II and Benedict XVI. A personal note about her faith often features in her annual Royal Christmas Message broadcast to the Commonwealth, such as in 2000, when she spoke about the theological significance of the millennium marking the 2000th anniversary of the birth of Jesus Christ.

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

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