1942 Australia 10 Shillings Banknote Pick Number 25b King George VI Nice About Very Fine Currency
Description: A beautiful about very fine banknote from the Commonwealth of Australia. This is the undated 1942 ten shillings currency note. This banknote is orange in color over a multi colored background. It depicts the image of a young King George VI to the right of the front. The back has the same color scheme as the front with the framed image of people forging metal and shaping pottery and titled Manufacturers in a rectangular frame in the center. The front also has the denomination written in orange in the center. It has the signatures of H. T. Armitage and S. G. McFarlane on the bottom of the front in black coloring. This particular note has the serial number 431903 displayed twice in black on the front but not on the back. It is series F over 34. The banknote has a water mark depicting captain Cook's head. Please carefully review the scan presented as it is part and parcel of our description.
Size: The banknote measures ~5 1/4" by ~3".
Pick Number: P 25b.
Condition: I would grade this banknote as a nice about very fine with all the details being well preserved. The note has several vertical and horizontal folds. It also some general light soiling but no staining. The note retains quite a bit of its original stiffness and crispiness. The colors are vivid and bright. The corners are intact with minimum rounding. The edges are intact and show minimum wear. The note has no tears or splits The only thing we see is one pinhole in the center of the top margin, where someone must have had the note pinned to a board sometime in the past. Other than that the note is problem free and has honest original wear and is in an original circulated condition. The note would make a great addition to your collection of Australian banknotes. Please see photo for additional condition information.