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#A3Aa 1 Pound 16.10.1850 2 signatures.
#A3Ab 1 Pound 16.10.1850 3 signatures.
 
#A9 25 Cents 1910-11; 1913-14
#A4 40 Cents 1901-08
#A5 50 Cents 1901-08
#A1050 Cents 1910-11; 1913-14
#A6a 80 Cents 1901-08
#A6s 80 Cents Specimen. Punch hole cancelled.
#A7 1 Dollar 1901-08
#A111 Dollar 1910-11; 1913-14
#A14a1 Dollar 2.1.1920 Sig. Bursell and Brownrigg.
#A14b1 Dollar 2.1.1920 Sig. Hickey and Brownrigg.
#A14c 1 Dollar 2.1.1920 Sig. Keating and Brownrigg.
#A14d 1 Dollar 2.1.1920 Sig. Renouf and Brownrigg.
#A12 2 Dollars 1910-11; 1913-14
#A15a2 Dollars 2.1.1920 Sig. Bursell and Brownrigg.
#A15b 2 Dollars 2.1.1920 Sig. Hickey and Brownrigg.
#A15c 2 Dollars 2.1.1920 Sig. Keating and Brownrigg.
#A15d 2 Dollars 2.1.1920 Sig. Renouf and Brownrigg.
#A8 5 Dollars 1901-08
#A13 5 Dollars 1910-11; 1913-14
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