AUSTRALIA Two Dollar $2 Notes x 5 (UNC) CONSECUTIVE Serial Numbers - 1985 R89
There are 8 signature combinations of the Governor of the Reserve Bank of Australia and the Secretary to the Treasurer.
- Coombs/Wilson 1966
- Coombs/Randall 1967
- Phillips/Randall 1968
- Phillips/Wheeler 1972, 1974
- Knight/Wheeler 1976
- Knight/Stone 1979
- Johnston/Stone 1983
- Johnston/Fraser 1985
Serial numbers tell us more about your $2 note value depending on the prefix of the number. Serial numbers can be split into 3 categories, first issued or first prefix, last issued or last prefix and general prefix those notes in the middle of that production run.
Special paper $2 notes to look out for are those with a star or asterisk at the end of the serial number. These are star replacement notes and they replaced a note in a bundle that was damaged or soiled. These starnotes have a serial number prifix always beginning with Z. These paper banknotes have a value far in excess of their two dollar face value and are very collectable in any condition. Error paper banknotes can also be worth more depending on the error. These should be assessed on the individual error. Types of error banknotes include missing colour print, extra paper flaps and even mismatched serial number. Special issue specimen notes can be identified as being overprinted or stamped with the watermark “specimen” and are highly valuable.
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