1988 Australia Ten Dollars Bicentennial Issue – AB30 63

AUD$55.00

1 in stock

Qty:
Compare
SKU: AB30639001-17Q Category: Tag:

Description

A truly magnificent example from this era.

Mint UNC note that will boost any collection.

These notes being amongst the worlds first polymer banknotes are destined to be one of the most sought after collectibles in years to come.

A great time to invest is now.

Solid performance guaranteed.

Additional information

SKU

Year

Denomination

Signatories

Serial No.

Renniks No.

Approx. Grade

History

The broad term Aboriginal Australians includes many regional groups that often identify under names from local Indigenous languages. 

These include:

Koori (or Koorie) in New South Wales and Victoria (Victorian Aborigines);
Ngunnawal in the Australian Capital Territory and surrounding areas of New South Wales;
Murri in Queensland and some parts of northern New South Wales;
Murrdi in Southwest and Central Queensland;
Nyungar in southern Western Australia;
Yamatji in central Western Australia;
Wangai in the Western Australian Goldfields;
Nunga in southern South Australia;
Anangu in northern South Australia, and neighbouring parts of Western Australia and Northern Territory;
Yapa in western central Northern Territory;
Yolngu in eastern Arnhem Land (NT);
Bininj in Western Arnhem Land (NT);
Tiwi on Tiwi Islands off Arnhem Land.
Anindilyakwa on Groote Eylandt off Arnhem Land;
Palawah (or Pallawah) in Tasmania.

These larger groups may be further subdivided; for example, Anangu (meaning a person from Australia’s central desert region) recognises localised subdivisions such as Pitjantjatjara, Yankunytjatjara, Ngaanyatjarra, Luritja and Antikirinya. It is estimated that, prior to the arrival of British settlers, the population of Indigenous Australians was approximately 318,000–750,000 across the continent.

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

You may also like…