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It celebrates Mary Reibey, a convict who broke out of rigidly defined social norms to earn a reputation as an astute and successful businesswoman, and the Reverend John Flynn, who pioneered the world's fist aerial medical service in , now known as the Royal Flying Doctor Service. Reibey's story is recognised on the banknote through an image of a Port Jackson schooner in Sydney Cove in the early s. Beside it is a traditional Eora nowie canoe. There are also images depicting an De Havilland Dragon aircraft and a pedal powered transceiver developed to improve communications in remote areas, representing Flynn's story. There is also a patch with a rolling colour effect and microprint featuring excerpts of Flynn's book The Bushman's Companion and the names of ships owned by Reibey. Each banknote in the new series also features a different species of native Australia wattle and bird.
Notes issued by central banks had a theoretical risk when they were backed by gold and silver.
Both banknotes and coins are subject to inflation. The durability of coins means that even if metal coins melt in a fire or are submerged under the sea for hundreds of years they still have some value when they are recovered.
Gold coins salvaged from shipwrecks retain almost all of their original appearance, but silver coins slowly corrode.
Even a branch bank could discount notes of other branches of the same bank. The discounts usually increased with distance from the issuing bank. The discount also depended on the perceived safety of the bank. When banks failed, the notes were usually partly redeemed out of reserves, but sometimes became worthless.
Counterfeiting paper notes has always been a problem, especially since the introduction of color photocopiers and computer image scanners. Numerous banks and nations have incorporated many types of countermeasures in order to keep the money secure.
However, extremely sophisticated counterfeit notes known as superdollars have been detected in recent years.
Manufacturing or issue costs. Coins are produced by industrial manufacturing methods that process the precious or semi-precious metals, and require additions of alloy for hardness and wear resistance. By contrast, bank notes are printed paper or polymer , and typically have a higher cost of issue, especially in larger denominations, compared with coins of the same value. Wear costs. Banknotes don't lose economic value by wear, since, even if they are in poor condition, they are still a legally valid claim on the issuing bank.
However, banks of issue do have to pay the cost of replacing banknotes in poor condition and paper notes wear out much faster than coins. Cost of transport. Coins can be expensive to transport for high value transactions, but banknotes can be issued in large denominations that are lighter than the equivalent value in coins.
Cost of acceptance. Coins can be checked for authenticity by weighing and other forms of examination and testing.
These costs can be significant, but good quality coin design and manufacturing can help reduce these costs. Banknotes also have an acceptance cost, the costs of checking the banknote's security features and confirming acceptability of the issuing bank.
The different disadvantages between coins and banknotes imply that there may be an ongoing role for both forms of bearer money, each being used where its advantages outweigh its disadvantages. The cotton is sometimes mixed with linen , abaca , or other textile fibres.
Generally, the paper used is different from ordinary paper: it is much more resilient, resists wear and tear the average life of a banknote is two years ,  and also does not contain the usual agents that make ordinary paper glow slightly under ultraviolet light.
Unlike most printing and writing paper, banknote paper is infused with polyvinyl alcohol or gelatin, instead of water, to give it extra strength. Early Chinese banknotes were printed on paper made of mulberry bark. Mitsumata Edgeworthia chrysantha and other fibers are used in Japanese banknote paper  a kind of Washi.
Paper money from different countries Most banknotes are made using the mould made process in which a watermark and thread is incorporated during the paper forming process. The thread is a simple looking security component found in most banknotes.
It is however often rather complex in construction comprising fluorescent, magnetic, metallic and micro print elements. By combining it with watermarking technology the thread can be made to surface periodically on one side only. This is known as windowed thread and further increases the counterfeit resistance of the banknote paper. Other related methods include watermarking to reduce the number of corner folds by strengthening this part of the note, coatings to reduce the accumulation of dirt on the note, and plastic windows in the paper that make it very hard to copy.
Counterfeiting and security measures[ edit ] When paper bank notes were first introduced in England in the s, they resulted in a dramatic rise in counterfeiting. This is mostly due to the fact that historians prioritize the theoretical understanding of how money worked rather than how it was produced. Over the eighteenth century, far fewer banknotes were circulating in England compared to the boom of bank notes in the nineteenth century; because of this, improving note-making techniques wasn't considered a compelling issue.
In the eighteenth century, bank notes were produced mainly through copper-plate engraving and printing and they were single-sided. Notes making technologies remained basically the same during the eighteenth century  The first banknotes were produced through the so-called intaglio printing , a technique that consisted of engraving a copper plate by hand and then covering it in ink to print the bank notes.
Only with this technique it was possible, at that time, to force the paper into the lines of the engraving and to make suitable banknotes. Another factor that made it harder to counterfeit banknotes was the paper, since the type of paper used for banknotes was rather different from the paper commercially available at that time.
Despite this, some forgers managed to successfully forge notes by getting involved with and consulting paper makers, in order to make a similar kind of paper by themselves.
Security All modern banknotes incorporate multiple anti-counterfeiting measures. For high denominations up to 50 such elements can be used.
Many of these techniques are well known but some are secret. These are some of the techniques used to secure banknotes: special papers — there are paper mills that uniquely produce substrates for printing money. From onwards the Chinese central government produced their own paper money using woodblock printing. The first European banknotes were issued in Sweden by Stockholms Banco, the precursor to Sveriges Riksbank, the central bank of Sweden.
Each note was signed by hand by 16 prominent and trustworthy officials, to overcome objections that paper money would lead to the downfall of the Swedish monetary system. Within months other European governments and merchants also issued paper money.
In the Bank of England was the first to initiate the permanent issue of banknotes. In the United States issued their first one dollar bill in order to make up for coin shortage and to finance the Civil War. Polymer banknotes were first developed in Australia. They were first issued as currency in Why choose us We pride ourselves in having the highest quality banknotes in our inventory and we take great care to maintain their condition, quality and integrity.
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