Gilt embossed red card board decimal changeover display board for new decimal coins introduced in 1966 in Australia, used for display purposes in banks and other financial institutions during the decimal changeover period.The text gives the equivalent value of decimal in relation to the old system. The board notes that all coins have the Queen's effigy on one side. No coins on board.

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A cardboard stand covered in red flock with gold printing. Circles of cardboard have been cut out into which cound be inserted the new decimal currency. An unused cardboard stand is attached to the reverse of the board.


Documenting the changeover to decimal currency; this would be a useful addition to our banking and numismatics collections, and help us document more fully the changeover to decimal currency..

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