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Tags: Australia, Polymer According to a press release dated 13 February 2015, Glenn Stevens, governor of the Reserve Bank of Australia, "announced that the next generation of Australian banknotes will include a ‘tactile’ feature to assist people with a vision impairment.As previously announced, existing features to help the vision impaired tell the difference between different denominations of Australian banknotes will be maintained on the new series.On the banknote, these are the Prickly Moses wattle and the Eastern Spinebill."Tags: Australia, Polymer500 naira (US.30), 2009.

The ten shillings, one pound, and five pounds designs are all celebrated on the coins within this set."Courtesy of Matt.Tags: Australia According to a BBC News article dated 11 February 2013, the Reserve Bank of Australia has agreed to sell its 50% stake in Securency International for Am (m; £40m) to UK-based Innovia Films, which already owns the remaining 50%.In today's society, more than half of all marriages fail for various reasons.The fact is that relationships, whether dating or married, are hard.Since then, rather convincing fakes have been passed, and Mexico's 50-peso note was successfully counterfeited in 2012.

The "NGB" series will maintain the current serie's color schemes and people portrayed, and will also be printed on polymer, but with more complex designs, intaglio and offset printing, multiple see-through windows.Tags: Australia According to a post on World Coin News, "The Royal Australian Mint has released this uncirculated three coin set.The coin designs within are inspired by banknote designs originally issued 100 years ago; they feature iconic images of Australia's primary industries of the era.Tags: Australia, Austria, Syria, Azerbaijan According to a post on the Reserve Bank of Australia web site, all denominations from 5 to 100 dollars have been produced dated (20)13. Tags: Australia The Reserve Bank of Australia has published a PDF paper on the Next Generation Banknote Project, RBA's efforts to deter counterfeiting by enhancing the security of Australia's banknotes.One interesting finding is that the Australian public greatly exagerates the likelihood of receiving a counterfeit in circulation even though polymer fakes were virtually non-existent prior to 2010.As can be seen in the images, these include a distinctive top-to-bottom window.