1934 Riddle/Sheehan Overprint Ten Shilling Banknote
|Overprint of TEN SHILLINGS was added to 3 borders|
|Signatories||E. C. Riddle, Governor, Commonwealth Bank of Australia H. J. Sheehan, Secretary to the Treasury|
|Size||156.94mm [width] 81.28mm [height]|
|Composition||Paper – 77 gsm|
|Watermark||Prince of Wales (later King Edward VIII) in left oval|
’HALF’ behind each signature
|Serial Numbers||Prefix C over numeral C/21 000001 to C/69 183000|
Following complaints that the smaller 10 shilling note introduced in 1933 could be mistaken for a ten pound note, the words TEN SHILLINGS were added on three of the borders.
Approximately 48,183,000 notes were printed. Variations in the colour of notes of this type occur, from a light brown to a darker chocolate. There are also variations in the background red and green colours.
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