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The Australian one dollar note (or $1 note (Australian) bill) was introduced in 1966 to replace the 10 shilling note due to decimalisation. The note was issued from its introduction in 1966 until its replacement by the one dollar coin in 1984. Approximately 1.7 billion one dollar notes were printed.


Australian one-dollar note sections
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The Australian one dollar note (or $1 bill) was introduced in 1966 to replace the 10 shilling note due to decimalisation. The note was issued from its introduction in 1966 until its replacement by the one dollar coin in 1984. Approximately 1.7 billion one dollar notes were printed.


Australian one-dollar note sections
Intro  Printing  Design  Security features  Removal from circulation  References  

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