r621a – Mc703a # 2008 Stevens/Henry Hundred Dollar Banknotes

2008 Stevens/Henry Hundred Dollar Banknote

r621a 2008 Stevens/Henry One Hundred Dollar Banknotes

Obverse Dame Nellie Melba
Reverse Sir John Monash
Signatories {Glen} G. Stevens, Governor, Reserve Bank of Australia
{Ken} K.Henry, Secretary to the Treasury
Size 158mm [width] 65mm [height]
Composition Polymer
Watermark The 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 Lyrebird and ‘100’.
Serial Numbers Two letter & Two number Prefix
AA08 to EL08

Notes : There were no $100 notes printed between 2000 and 2007.
This was due to the possible problems that may have been associated with the Y2K bug, also called Year 2000 bug or Millennium Bug. It was thought that a problem in the coding of computerised systems was projected to create havoc in computers and computer networks around the world at the beginning of the year 2000.
But then, of course, suddenly, nothing happened. There were also no $100 notes printed in 2009.

Auction Prices
Fine VF EF aUNC CFU
2014
2015
2016 [145]161
2017
First serial prefix AA08 # r621aF – Mc703a/1
r621a 2008 Stevens/Henry One Hundred Dollar Banknotes
Auction Prices
Fine VF EF aUNC CFU
2014
2015 110
2016 [120]142  200
2017
Last serial prefix EL08 # r621aL – Mc703a/2
r621a 2008 Stevens/Henry One Hundred Dollar Banknotes
Auction Prices
Fine VF EF aUNC CFU
2014
2015  110
2016  [193]245
2017

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