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Old paper money in Australia before new currency now

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In Queensland we called these school ports (from portmanteau). They were made from thick tough rigid cardboard and although they had ...

Australian dollar

Australian dollar

How Australian Money is Made  #Infographic #Australia #Money

How Australian Money is Made [Infographic]

Australian currency notes are made quite differently. Many security features can be added to the notes due to the polymer material. In order to ensure its security and durability look into the infographic.

Canadian Currency: Paper. The 2 dollar bill is pretty much permanently out of circulation, replaced in 1996 by the 2 dollar coin, colloquially called the "Toonie". The 1 dollar bill was replaced in 1987 with the "Loonie".

Canada banknotes - Canada paper money catalog and Canadian currency history

Canada banknotes, Canada paper money catalog and Canadian currency history

Australian Currency Printables - Notes & Coins

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Next generation of Australian banknotes: New $5 (60 second video) - YouTube

Next generation of Australian banknotes: New $5 (60 second video)

This video provides an introduction to the new $5 banknote and its security features. More information is available at http://banknotes.rba.gov.au

RBA Banknotes: Production & Distribution

Production & Distribution

This is the landing page for information on the production and distribution of banknotes.

The Best Banknote in the World! - YouTube

The Best Banknote in the World!

The story (and science) behind our money. And a cool musical trick. SUBSCRIBE to BrainCraft! http://ow.ly/rt5IEGo to http://prudential.com/savemore and learn...