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1968 $10 Note Star Note Phillips/Randall R303S Uncirculated

1968 $10 Note Star Note Phillips/Randall R303S Uncirculated

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Straight as a die, a wonderful note.

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$10 NOTE 1968 Star Note Phillips/Randall Uncirculated


Straight as a die, a wonderful note.

Sir John Grant Phillips was Governor of the Commonwealth Bank of Australia between July 1968 and July 1975.

Sir Richard John Randall was Secretary to the Treasury from October 28th 1966 until October 31st 1971.

$10 notes with this signature combination were issued from October 1968 until November 1972.

The mintage of the regular $10 notes with these two signatures was 223,700,000, whereas the mintage of the Phillips and Randall $10 star replacement note is 364,004.

The ratio of star notes to regular notes for the Phillips and Randal $10 was 643 to 1, which makes it the most readily available $10 star replacement note for collectors to obtain.

Click here to read our article that explains just what a star replacement note is.

Click here to read our article that explains how to collect star replacement notes.