Australian History: Lachlan Macquarie

Australian History: Lachlan Macquarie

Lachlan Macquarie was the governor of the colony of New South Wales from 1810 to 1821. He’s claimed as the “Father of the Nation” for the coordination of the new colony for the many buildings, roads and bridges constructed and the beginning of the first proper town planning in New South Wales. Macquarie was born […]

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Our Currency

Our Currency

Australia was the first country in the world to have a complete system of bank notes made from plastic (polymer). These notes provide much greater security against counterfeiting. They also last four times as long as conventional paper (fibrous) notes. The innovative technology with which Australian bank notes are produced – developed entirely in Australia […]

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1799 Lisbon 10,000 Peso Sterling note

1799 Lisbon 10,000 Peso Sterling note

This note is one of a few left in the world making it very rare. Even rarer is the fact that this actual specimen is the oldest known in any private collection. (Issue number 441587) This amazing note was first issued on March 27 1799 in 10,000 Peso Stirling by renowned registrar of Bero of […]

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The Melbourne Mint

The Melbourne Mint

Following the discovery of gold in Australia the NSW Legislative Council on 19 December 1851 addressed a petition to Her Majesty Queen Victoria seeking the establishment of a branch of the Royal Mint (London) in Sydney. The intention was to turn the newly won gold into sovereigns and half sovereigns, and to establish a point […]

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Full set of Fifty Dollar Paper Banknote Issues

Full set of Fifty Dollar Paper Banknote Issues

Australiasianbanknotes.com.au have put together two complete sets of Australian Paper Decimal Paper Banknote Issues. ALL BANKNOTES ARE IN UNCIRCULATED GRADES. The paper banknote issues were issued from 1973 to 1993, after which they were replaced with Polymer banknotes in 1995. The set comprises the full banknote set, with the first issued Phillips/Wheeler in 1973 including […]

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Investing in Rare Banknotes, Coins, and Antiquities.

Investing in Rare Banknotes, Coins, and Antiquities.

Bankrolling A Profit. Investing in rare banknotes, coins and antiquities may provide key taxation advantages for individuals and privately managed superannuation funds. To establish these possible financial advantages, we strongly advise all readers and new investors to consult with their registered accountant or financial advisor as to current taxation laws as they apply to the […]

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International Methods of Grading – The Bramwell System

International Methods of Grading – The Bramwell System

Standard International Methods of Grading The America’s, Great Britain, France, Belgium Europe. The conventional grading has been applied to paper banknotes. It has not been applied to graders professional worldwide. The Bramwell system is the preferred to method of grading amongst leading dealers. It takes away the guesswork of so called half grading and confines […]

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Grading Systems for Banknotes

Grading Systems for Banknotes

BRAMWELL SYSTEM The Bramwell system of grading is a numerical system that has been accepted by dealers, collectors and investors of banknotes throughout the world, in ever growing numbers. The system is simplicity itself, taking away a lot of the guess work of grading banknotes. The major advantage of the Bramwell system is it provides […]

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