2007 Australia Fifty Dollars – AA 07- First prefix

AUD$120.00

2007 Fifty Dollar Banknote in extra fine condition. Australian first prefix banknote worthy of collecting as a notge on near mint condition.

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This Fifty dollar Australian bank note is in extra fine condition.

As a top end collection filler for a first prefix note from this year it is a great option.

The single wallet fold on the lower right corner is not even a hard crease and the note is overall a great example.

A super opportunity to pick up a great note for a good price.

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History

A Time In Australia When:

26 January – Organisers of the Big Day Out in Sydney plead with event-goers not to bring Australian flags with them, fearing outbreaks of racial violence. The plea is ignored, and the day passes without incident.

18 March – More than 200,000 people walk across the Sydney Harbour Bridge to celebrate its 75th anniversary.

25 June – John Laws announces his retirement from radio after a career spanning 54 years.

22 September – The 171-year-old Myer building in Hobart is destroyed by fire.

24 November – A federal election is held. Kevin Rudd is elected as Prime Minister of Australia after the Australian Labor Party wins a majority in the House of Representatives.

29 September – The Geelong Football Club (24.19.163) defeat Port Adelaide (6.8.44) to win the 111th VFL/AFL premiership. It is the first premiership since 1963 for the Cats, the first premiership won by a Victorian team since 2000 and the largest ever winning margin in VFL/AFL grand final history.

6 November – Efficient wins the 2007 Melbourne Cup.

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