Fifty Dollar Note

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Australian Fifty-dollar Note - History
... No fifty dollar note was released as part of the initial rollout of decimal currency in 1966, but inflation and demand necessitated its introduction seven years ... The original fifty dollar note, designed by Gordon Andrews, has a scientific theme ... On the front of the note is a portrait of Australian pathologist Sir Howard Florey and scenes of laboratory research ...

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