This is a Australian $10 commemorative polymer plastic bank note issued on 26 January 1988.
Front page of the folder on this $10 Australia Banknote issued in 1988
A little bit of detail of this note:
The note is signed off by Secretary to the Treasury, B.W.Fraser and Governor Reserve Bank Of Australia, R.A. Johnston. It was produced by the Note Printing Branch of the Reserve Bank Of Australia at Craigieburn, Victoria as a special Commemorative Issue. The note is the first of its kind in the world in that it is printed on polymer(plastic) incorporating technology devised and developed in Australia. Notes from the limited first print run ( of which this is one) bear the prefix AA and are imprinted “26 January 1988″. These features will distingusih them from subsequent prints of the note : serial prefix AB One side of the note relates to Australia’s original inhabitants.It brings together some elements of Aboriginal culture-ancient rock painting and hand stencils, a portrayal of an Aboriginal youth wearing body painting, and a Morning Star Pole. The Pole is the work of the Aboriginal artist, Yumbulul and is an example of poles used by the Aboriginal people of the north-east Arnhem Land on certain ceremonial occasions. Some original works commissioned by the Bank from Aboriginal artists have been used to creat background patterns. One side symbolizes European settlement. The other side symbolizes the Australian $10 Commemorative Bank Note discovery and settlement of Australia some 40,000 - 60,000 years earlier.
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