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Some of the banknote prefix and serial number information has been compiled from incomplete records, and it is possible that banknotes have been issued with serial numbers outside of those published in the above tables.
While every effort has been made by the Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) to ensure the information is correct, the RBA accepts no liability for the accuracy or completeness of the information, nor any responsibility for financial loss or damage resulting from use of the information.
Older notes are identified by a combination of the serial number and the signatures of the "Governor of the Reserve Bank of Australia" and the "Secretary to the Treasury".
Decimal paper banknotes issued from 1966 to 1972 will have the words "COMMONWEALTH OF AUSTRALIA" printed at the top on both sides.
Preamble: Following a commemorative for the bicentenary in 1988, between 19 Australia completed its conversion to polymer banknotes.
With the introduction of the polymer series there have been the creation of TEST NOTES that have been put into circulation and recalled.
This occurred in the (From first prefix AN97 to last prefix DN97) & 0 (From first prefixes AN96 to last prefix CS96) polymer banknotes.
In March, 2002 a slightly modified was introduced.
In the next 12 months or so, a modified , 10, 50 and 100 will be introduced.