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$1 Note
   shows   
George Washington
1st U.S. President
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5 Kangaroos
Designed by Stuart Devlin
$1
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Sir Henry Parkes
Issued in 1996. Designed by Wojciech Pietranik and celebrating the Centenary of the death of Sir Henry Parkes in 1896. Sir Henry Parkes was the "Father of Federation", dedicated to uniting the separate colonies of Australia under one federal government.
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Sir Charles Kingsford Smith
Issued in 1997. Designed by Wojciech Pietranik. Celebrating the Centenary of the birth of Sir Charles Kingsford Smith in 1897. Well known early Australian aviator. Made made the first trans-Pacific flight from the United States to Australia, the first non-stop crossing of the Australian mainland, the first flights between Australia and New Zealand, and the first eastward Pacific crossing from Australia to the United States. He also made a flight from Australia to London.
$1
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International Year of the Older Persons
Issued in 1999. Logo sculptured by Wojciech Pietranik.
$1
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Centenary of Federation Logo
Released 2001. Designed by Wojciech Pietranik
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International Year of Volunteers
Released 2001. Logo sculptured by Wojciech Pietranik. Celebrating the International Year of the Volunteers.
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Outback Logo
Released 2002. Designed by Elizabeth Robinson, sculptured by Wojciech Pietranik
$1 Coin
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A Kiwi
New Zealand’s national bird. The kiwi is flightless. The $1 coin replaced the $1 note in 1991.
$1 Note
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A Fantail/piwakawaka
A small bird with a distinctive fan-shaped tail. This note was withdrawn in 1991.
$1 Note
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The Great Seal of the United States
A$100
   features   
General Sir John Monash
(1865-1931) Distinguished soldier, engineer and administrator
$100 Note
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Independence Hall
Tennessee Avenue
   costs   
$180
Orange
St. James Place
   costs   
$180
Orange
The Water Works
   costs   
$150
Utility
A$100
   features   
Dame Nellie Melba
(1861-1931) World renowned soprano
$10 Note
   shows   
Alexander Hamilton
1st Secretary of the Treasury
Robbery (1967)
   has the tagline   
See How 26 Men Took 25 Minutes to Steal $10,000,000.00
Oriental Avenue
   costs   
$100
Cyan
St. Charles Place
   costs   
$140
Pink
$10 Note
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A Whio/blue Duck
Back. An endangered species. Part of a river scene.
Vermont Avenue
   costs   
$100
Cyan
$10 Coin
   has   
Discovery of Gold in Gabriel’s Gully
Commemorative coin released in 1997. Legal tender but did not enter circulation.
$150 Coin
   has   
A Kiwi and Fern Leaf
Commemorative coin released in 1990 for the sesquicentennial of the signing of the Treaty of Waitangi (February 6th 1840). Legal tender but did not enter circulation.
Yard
   is carnival lingo for   
A $100 Bill
James P. Hogan
   directed   
$1000 a Touchdown (1939)
States Avenue
   costs   
$140
Pink
G Note
   is carnival lingo for   
A $1000 Bill
$100 Note
   shows   
Benjamin Franklin
Statesman
Harry Grossman & George Lessey
   directed   
The $1,000,000 Reward (1920)
A$10
   features   
A. B. ('Banjo') Paterson
(1864-1941) Poet, ballad writer, journalist and horseman. Note incorporates micro-printed excerpts of Paterson's work.
The Electric Company
   costs   
$150
Utility
Charles Bukowski
   wrote   
Love for $17.50
In "South of No North"
Steven Soderbergh
   said   
"A Movie That Costs Only $1.6 Million Doesn't Have to Be a Cultural Event to Turn a Profit."
Connecticut Avenue
   costs   
$120
Cyan
$10 Note
   shows   
The U.S. Treasury Building
$100 Note
   has   
A Yellowhead/mohua
Back. Also known as the bush canary. Part of a beech forest scene. $100 is the highest denomination in New Zealand currency.
Benjy, Hundy, C-Note, Big One
   are all   
Nicknames for American $100 Bill
$10 Note
   has   
Kate Sheppard
Front. A prominent leader in the campaign to get New Zealand women the vote (1848 - 1934). In 1893 New Zealand became the first country in the world to give woman the vote.
Yard
   is a gangster term for   
$100
$100 Note
   has   
Ernest, Lord Rutherford of Nelson
Front. Scientist often referred to as the ‘Father of nuclear physics’. Amongst other accomplishments he explained naturally occurring radiation and determined the structure of the atom. The note also features the Noble prize for chemistry medal won by Rutherford in 1908.
Sawbuck
   is carnival lingo for   
A $10 Bill






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