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  $5 Banknote Reflects Australia’s democratic system, with Queen Elizabeth II’s portrait on one side and the Old and New Parliament Houses on the other side. First issued in July 1992 $10 Banknote Features Banjo Paterson, who wrote Waltzing Matilda   and The Man from Snowy River  . Dame Mary Gilmore, who campaigned for women’s voting rights, pensions and Absrcinal rights, is on the other side. First issued in November 1993 $20 Banknote Features Mary Reibey, a pioneer business woman with interests in shipping and property. The founder of the Royal Flying Doctor Service, Reverend John Flynn, is on the other side. First issued in October 1994 $50 Banknote Features David Unaipon, public speaker, inventor and the first published Absrcinal writer. Edith Cowan, a social worker, feminist and Australia’s first female parliamentarian, is on the other side. First issued in October 1995 $100 Banknote Features world-renowned soprano Dame Nellie Melba on one side. Soldier, engineer and administrator Sir John Monash is on the other side. First issued in May 1996 Australia’s banknotes were the first full series to be printed on polymer, a type of plastic. AUSTRALIA’S BANKNOTES The serial numbers on all Australian banknotes glow under ultraviolet light.All Australian banknotes have clear windows containing white images. The window on the $50 banknote has an image of the Southern Cross and embossing of the number ‘50’.Diamond-shaped patterns are printed inside a circle on each side of all Australian banknotes. When the banknote is held up to the light, the patterns form a seven-pointed star.Microprinting – tiny, clearly defined text – is incorporated in all Australian banknotes. On the $10 banknote it shows excerpts from Paterson’s and Gilmore’s poetry.All Australian banknotes have an image of the Coat of Arms that can be seen when the banknote is held up to the light. FOR MORE INFORMATION Call: 1800 633 220 8.30 am – 5.00 pm, Monday to Friday Email: banknotes@rba.gov.auWebsite: banknotes.rba.gov.au  Other security features that you can check if you suspect a banknote might be counterfeit:Feel the dark printing It is produced with a special raised ink that can be felt with your finger or fingernail. Check the print quality Background printing should be clearly defined.Check for irregularities, thicker or thinner lines, or colour differences. Examine under UV light Serial numbers will fluoresce. A patch on the $5 will also glow, as well as patches on the $20, $50 and $100 that show the banknote’s value. AUSTRALIA’S BANKNOTES 1. Feel the banknote Australian banknotes are printed on plastic, they are difficult to tear and will spring back after being scrunched. 2. Check the clear window Make sure the window hasn’t been added on and the printed image can’t be easily rubbed off. Also look for embossing on $10, $20, $50 and $100 banknotes. 3. Look for the star Diamond-shaped patterns are printed inside a circle on both sides of the banknote. When held up to the light, they form a seven-pointed star. 4. Check the shadow image The Australian Coat of Arms should appear on the banknote when it is held up to the light. 5. Look for the microprinting Under a magnifying glass, tiny words can be seen in the top left corner of the $5 banknote and near the portraits on other banknotes. Is your banknote genuine? Call: 1800 633 220 8.30 am – 5.00 pm, Monday to Friday Email: banknotes@rba.gov.auWebsite: banknotes.rba.gov.au ã Always check a range of features. ã Compare a suspected counterfeit with a genuine banknote. FOR MORE INFORMATION Dealing with suspect banknotes It is an offence to knowingly possess counterfeits. Suspect banknotes should be given to Federal or State police. If you have concerns about a banknote, you are within your rights to refuse to accept it. If you suspect a banknote is counterfeit: ã Handle it as little as possible. ã Note relevant information, such as how it came into your possession. ã Report the matter immediately to the police. Under no circumstances should you take actions that may jeopardise your safety.If the suspect banknotes are found to be genuine, you will receive full value for them. 25134
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