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Australia 5 Dollars Banknote, 2008, P-57f, UNC, Polymer

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Austria 5 Dollar polymer banknote from 2008, has a pick number of P-57f, is in uncirculated (UNC) condition, and features Queen Elizabeth II.

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    AUST57FU
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This uncirculated 5 Australian dollar note is a standard circulation note that is dated 2008 and signed by Reserve Bank Governor Glenn Robert Stevens and Treasury Secretary Kenneth R. Henry. It is a purple, orange, blue, green, red, and yellow note that measures 130 mm x 65 mm. Its obverse side shows Scribbly gum eucalyptus leaves, a gum flower, and a portrait of Queen Elizabeth II. Its reverse side depicts a gum flower, a landscape plan for the New Parliament House, the Old and New Parliament Houses in Canberra, and geometric patterns of architectural features of the entrance to the ministerial wing and skylights. Though the note does not have a security thread, it has a shadow image of the national coat of arms.

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