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[Australian currency collection], [1849-1900] [manuscript]
Bib ID 287038
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Description [1849-1900] 
1 cm. 
Full contents City Bank of Sydney specimen notes of one pound, five pound, ten pound, twenty pound and fifty pound dating from 1893 - 1900 Jan. 1. Two cheques of Derwent Bank, Tasmania 1828-1830. One mark German note (undated). Lottery ticket on the funds of the Bank of Australia, 1849 Jan. 1. 
Biography/History

In the 1840s many businesses collapsed in Australia, including the Bank of Australia.

Notes

Manuscript reference no.: NLA MS 270.

Also available online http://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-278641314

Subjects City Bank of Sydney.  |  Derwent Banking Co.  |  Bank of Australia.  |  Money -- Australia.  |  Legal tender -- Australia.
Time Coverage 1849, 1900 

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