1977 Australia One Dollar Note – CQG


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Lovely example for this series that makes it a worthy inclusion in any banknote portfolio.

In this time it is still affordable and adds great value as an addition to any collection.

The pictures say it all. Mint, fresh, crisp, UNC!

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5 January – Australia’s only aircraft suicide attack carried out by a disgruntled former employee of Connellan Airways takes place. The Connellan air disaster claims the life of 6 people including the pilot.
10 January – The Easey Street murders take place, an unsolved crime in which two women were brutally stabbed to death in their home in the inner-Melbourne suburb of Collingwood.
18 January – Australia experiences its worst railway disaster at Granville, near Sydney, in which 83 people died.
1 February – The Federal Court of Australia began to exercise its jurisdiction.
15 May – A new political party, the Australian Democrats is launched by former Liberal MP Don Chipp at Melbourne Town Hall.
21 May – A plebiscite to decide Australia’s national song is won by “Advance Australia Fair”.
1 July – The Office of the Commonwealth Ombudsman is established.
15 July – Anti-drugs campaigner Donald Mackay disappears near Griffith, New South Wales. He is presumed to have been murdered.
4 September – The Queensland government bans street marches and demonstrations.
24 August – Australia’s first 7-Eleven convenience store opens in the Melbourne suburb of Oakleigh

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

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