|Queen||Elizabeth II (1952-date)|
10 AUD = 7.18 USD
|Size||137 × 65 mm|
Portrait of Andrew Barton "Banjo" Paterson (1864-1941), was an Australian bush poet, journalist and author, Running Horses (Brumbies) and horseman - inspired by the poem "The Man From Snowy River" (written 1890 by "Banjo" Paterson), Waltzing Matilda logo taken from the 1903 publication of Marie Cowan's arrangement of "Banjo" Paterson's Waltzing Matilda, and Extract from the manuscript of "The Man from Snowy River", in Paterson's own handwriting, which is held in the manuscripts section of the State Library of New South Wales
THIS AUSTRALIAN NOTE
IS LEGAL TENDER THROUGHOUT
AUSTRALIA AND ITS TERRITORIES
Portrait of Dame Mary Gilmore (1865-1962), was an Australian writer and journalist, Bullock Team carrying wool, Outback Scene, and Extract from "No Foe Shall Gather our Harvest" by Dame Mary Gilmore
No foe shall gather our harvest
or sit on our stockyard rail
Date given by first two numerals in serial number.
There are two varieties, without (P#52) and with (P#58) names under the portraits.
Some would say that there exists a colour variety as well. The Blue and Grey 'Tenners'.
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|1993||20%||P#52a, Evans & Fraser|
|1994||2%||P#52a, Evans & Fraser|
|1996||2%||P#52b, Evans & Macfarlane|
|1997||6%||P#52b, Evans & Macfarlane|
|1998||9%||P#52b, Evans & Macfarlane|
|2002||8%||P#58a, Macfarlane & Henry|
|2003||6%||P#58b, Macfarlane & Henry|
|2006||13%||P#58c, Macfarlane & Henry|
|2007||30%||P#58d, Stevens & Henry|
|2008||10%||P#58e, Stevens & Henry|
|2012||9%||P#58f, Stevens & Parkinson|
|2013||10%||P#58g, Stevens & Parkinson|
|2015||6%||P#58h, Stevens & Fraser|
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