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#1a 1 Dollar 1.4.1905 Black vignette.
#1b 1 Dollar 1.4.1905 Blue vignette.
#1c 1 Dollar 1.1.1924; 1.3.1926
#31 Dollar 1.1.1929; 1.1.1932
#5a 1 Dollar 1.9.1935
#5b 1 Dollar 2.1.1939
#5c1 Dollar 1.5.1942; 1.1.1943 Image provided by Banknoteheaven.com
#5d 1 Dollar 1.7.1948
#5e 1 Dollar 1.7.1949
#26a1 Dollar L.1964 Sig. 1. Queen Elizabeth at center.
#26b1 Dollar L.1964 Sig. 2.
#26c1 Dollar L.1964 Sig. 3.
#26s 1 Dollar As a, c. Specimen.
#30a1 Dollar L.1964 (1977) Sig. 3. Red. Arms at center.
#30b1 Dollar L.1964 (1977) Sig. 4.
#30s 1 Dollar As a. Specimen.
#36a1 Dollar ND(1985) Sig. 4. Red-orange and purple.
#36b1 Dollar ND(1985) Sig. 5.
#36c1 Dollar ND(1985) Sig. 6. Image provided by Vic Krysko
#36d1 Dollar ND(1985) Sig. 7.
#36s 1 Dollar Specimen.
#41a 1 Dollar 2002 Sig. 7.
#41b1 Dollar 2002 Sig. 8. Image provided by Vic Krysko
new1 Dollar 2006 Image provided by Vic Krysko
#2a 2 Dollars 1.4.1905 Red.
#2b 2 Dollars 1.4.1905 Green and red.
#4 2 Dollars 1.1.1929
#6a 2 Dollars 1.5.1934; 1.9.1935
#6b 2 Dollars 2.1.1939
#8 2 Dollars 1.5.1942; 1.1.1943; 1.7.1949
#7a 5 Dollars 1.9.1935
#7b5 Dollars 2.1.1939; 1.5.1942
#27a 5 Dollars L.1964 Sig. 1. Queen Elizabeth at center.
#27b5 Dollars L.1964 Sig. 2.
#27c5 Dollars L.1964 Sig. 3.
#27s 5 Dollars As a, c. Specimen.
#31a5 Dollars L.1964 (1977) Sig. 3. Dark green. Arms at center.
#31b 5 Dollars L.1964 (1977) Sig. 4.
#31s 5 Dollars As a. Specimen.
#37a 5 Dollars ND(1985) Sig. 4. Dark green and blue.
#37b 5 Dollars ND(1985) Sig. 5.
#37c5 Dollars ND(1985) Sig. 6. Image provided by Banknoteheaven.com
#37d 5 Dollars ND(1985) Sig. 7.
#37s 5 Dollars Specimen.
#42a5 Dollars 2002 Sig. 7. Image provided by Nerville Jimmy
#42b5 Dollars 2002 Sig. 8. Image provided by Vic Krysko
#new5 Dollars 2006 Image provided by Nerville Jimmy
#9a 10 Dollars 2.1.1939
#9b 10 Dollars 1.5.1942
#28a 10 Dollars L.1964 Sig. 1. Queen Elizabeth at center.
#28b 10 Dollars L.1964 Sig. 2.
#28c10 Dollars L.1964 Sig. 3.
#28s 10 Dollars As a, c. Specimen.
#32a10 Dollars L.1964 (1977) Sig. 3. Dark brown. Arms at center.
#32s 10 Dollars Specimen.
#38a 10 Dollars ND(1985) Sig. 4. Dark green and brown.
#38b 10 Dollars ND(1985) Sig. 5.
#38c 10 Dollars ND(1985) Sig. 6.
#38d10 Dollars ND(1985) Sig. 7.
#38s 10 Dollars Specimen.
#43a10 Dollars 2002 Sig. 7.
#43b 10 Dollars 2002 Sig. 8.
new 10 Dollars 2006
#10 20 Dollars 1.5.1942; 1.1.1943 Green on multicolor.
#11 20 Dollars 1.1.1943 Purple on multicolor.
#29a 20 Dollars L.1964 Sig. 1. Queen Elizabeth at center.
#29b 20 Dollars L.1964 Sig. 2.
#29c20 Dollars L.1964 Sig. 3.
#29s 20 Dollars As a, c. Specimen.
#33a20 Dollars L.1964 (1977) Sig. 3. Purple. Arms at center.
#33s 20 Dollars Specimen. Punch hole cancelled.
#39a 20 Dollars ND(1985) Sig. 4. Purple and green.
#39b 20 Dollars ND(1985) Sig. 5.
#39c 20 Dollars ND(1985) Sig. 6.
#39d20 Dollars ND(1985) Sig. 7.
#39s 20 Dollars Specimen.
#44a20 Dollars 2002 Sig. 7.
#44b20 Dollars 2002 Sig. 8. Image provided by Vic Krysko
new20 Dollars 2006 Image provided by Vic Krysko
#34a50 Dollars L.1963 Date error. Sig. 3. Dark brown.
#34b 50 Dollars L.1964 (1977)
#34s 50 Dollars As b. Specimen.
#35a100 Dollars L.1964 (1977) Sig. 3. Deep blue.
#35b 100 Dollars L.1964 (1977) Sig. 4.
#35s 100 Dollars As a. Specimen.
#40a 100 Dollars ND(1985) Sig. 4. Back: Oil rig at right.
#40b 100 Dollars ND(1985) Sig. 5.
#40c 100 Dollars ND(1985) Sig. 6.
#40d100 Dollars ND(1985) Sig. 7.
#40s 100 Dollars Specimen.
#45a100 Dollars 2002 Sig. 7.
#45b 100 Dollars 2002 Sig. 8.
new 100 Dollars 2006
new 100 Dollars 2009 Commemorative.
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