|r4 – Mc11 # 1923 Miller/Collins Ten Shilling Banknotes|
|Obverse||Coat of Arms & George V|
|Reverse||Goulburn Weir, Victoria|
|Signatories||Denison Miller, Chairman of Directors, Note Issue Dept|
Commonwealth Bank of Australia
James R. Collins, Secretary to the Treasury
|Size||180.34mm [width] 78.74mm [height]|
|Composition||Paper – 75 gsm|
|Watermark||Light basketweave around edges and ’10/–’ (twice) in centre|
Dark ’Commonwealth’ above and ’Australia’ below centre
|Serial Numbers||Prefix of small A over numeral
A/0 000001 to A/23 032596
This smaller note, designed and printed by Thomas S. Harrison, was introduced to improve production efficiency. Six notes could be printed per sheet instead of the previous four.
Approximately 142,746,596 of the 1923–1933 ten shilling note were printed. Signatures on this issue were in brown while on the following issues until 1933, the signatures were in black.
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