r214 – Mc301a # 1992 Fraser/Cole Five Dollar Banknotes

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1992 Fraser/Cole Five Dollar Banknote

Medium to Dark Green
r214 1992 Fraser/Cole Five Dollar Banknotesr214 1992 Fraser/Cole Five Dollar Banknotes

ObverseQueen Elizabeth II with Gum Branch
ReverseOld and New Parliament House, Capital Hill, Canberra
SignatoriesB. W. Fraser, Governor, Reserve Bank of Australia
A. S. Cole, Secretary to the Treasury
Size130.00mm [width], 65.00mm [height]
CompositionPolymer
WatermarkThe introduction of polymer banknotes saw the end of the customary Watermark. It was replaced with a Variable Optical Security Device in the bottom corner. The clear window [Optical Security Device] contains a stylised gum [eucalyptus] flower.
Serial NumbersTwo letter & Two number Prefix
AA00 – AB19

Notes: The $5 polymer note was issued in July, 1992

Notes: The shading variance ranges from a light to a very dark green. The variances between colours have been noticed in the same bundle of banknotes and they appear throughout the print series.

r214 1992 Fraser/Cole Five Dollar Banknotes shading variance ranges

Auction Prices
FineVFEFaUNCCFU
201329[17]41
20141121
2015[18]25
2016[14]16[27]35
2017[9]11[15]20[19]20[10]33[12]71
First serial prefix [Dark Green] AAOO # r214F – Mc301a/1
r214 1992 Fraser/Cole Five Dollar Banknotes
Auction Prices
FineVFEFaUNCCFU
2013[101]120
2014178
2015
2016[19]59[175]221
201725200124
Last serial prefix [Dark Green] AB19 # r214L – Mc301a/2
r214 1992 Fraser/Cole Five Dollar Banknotes
Auction Prices
FineVFEFaUNCCFU
2013891
2014[690]1100
2015
2016640[465]510
2017310560*760**
 *02/01/17 with 21 bids
**10/02/17 with 38 bids
1992 Fraser/Cole [Light Green] Five Dollar Banknotes
General prefix [Light Green] r214i – Mc301b
r214 1992 Fraser/Cole Five Dollar Banknotes
Auction Prices
FineVFEFaUNCCFU
201322
2014[16]51
2015
2016[48]55
2017[44]50*95

* Note: Don’t always look for just the single Note,
I personally like UNC Consecutive pairs.

On the 13th of May 2017 a Single note sold (at auction) for the $50
I won an UNC Consecutive Trio set 20 minutes earlier for $78 + $7 post but combined post on other notes I’d won from this Seller it cost me $80 for the Trio set. Then on the 22 of May a Consecutive pair went for $83 (that I bid on & lost [I should have gone higher] as the numbers were a run on from the Notes I won the week before). But as all Auction prices are for single notes (unless stated when single Notes haven’t gone to Auction) I have not included it.

First serial prefix [Light Green] AAOO # r214iF – Mc301b/1
r214iF First serial prefix [Light Green] AAOO 1992 Fraser/Cole Five Dollar Banknotes
Auction Prices
FineVFEFaUNCCFU
2014114
2015189
2016[44]58[70]78
201765
Last serial prefix [Light Green] AB19 # r214iL – Mc301b/2
r214 1992 Fraser/Cole Five Dollar Banknotes
Auction Prices
FineVFEFaUNCCFU
2014134 653[800]1176
2015
2016[1400]2212
2017

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