1996 Australia Five Dollars Polymer X 4 – BM96

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These four notes in mint UNC condition are a fabulous addition to any collection and have a solid investment potential.

They will only increase in value as the years pass.

The early years of polymer production are a guaranteed safe bet for investors.

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History

2 March – A federal election is held. The Liberal/National coalition defeats the Labor government of Paul Keating.

11 March – John Howard is sworn in as Australia’s 25th Prime Minister.

30 March – A state election is held in Victoria The Liberal/National coalition government of Jeff Kennett is re-elected for a second term.

4 April – The Wiggles’ sixth album, Wake up Jeff is released.

28 April – Port Arthur massacre: Martin Bryant kills 35 people and injures 21 in a shooting spree at the Port Arthur historic site in Tasmania. Bryant is captured the next day after an 18½ hour standoff with the Special Operations Group of the Tasmania Police.

10 May – Prime Minister John Howard announces new gun control measures, which involve the banning of self-loading rifles, shotguns and pump-action shotguns, as well as tightening of other gun laws.

19 November – Martin Bryant is sentenced to 35 consecutive sentences of life imprisonment plus 1,035 years without parole for the Port Arthur massacre.

*Some additional information taken from Wikipedia for education purposes only.

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