|Obverse||Coat of Arms & George V|
|Reverse||Captain Cook Landing at Botany Bay|
|Signatories||James Kell, Governor, Commonwealth Bank of Australia|
James R. Collins, Secretary to the Treasury
|Size||180.34mm [width] 78.74mm [height]|
|Composition||Paper – 75gsm|
|Watermark||Light basketweave around edges and ’£1’ (twice) in centre|
Dark ’Commonwealth’ above and ’Australia’ below centre
|Serial Numbers||Prefix letter H over numerals|
H/49 to H/80
After April 12 1926, facsimile signatures of Kell and Collins were used. They were printed in black ink, insead of the green ink that was used previously.
This Thomas S. Harrison designed one pound note continued in production from 1926 to 1933 with the only change being in signature combinations. During this period, approximately 237,269,000 one pound notes were printed.
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