Australia is getting a brand new $10 note, keeping the classic blue and famous faces of the current design but with some new security features and the addition of a cockatoo and wattle.
Australia will introduce a brand new ten dollar (7.5 U.S. dollar) bank note in September, in what will be the second in a series of new notes featuring tactile "raised dots" to help the vision-impaired.
Writer AB "Banjo" Paterson and poet and journalist Dame Mary Gilmore still have pride of place on the front and back, but Dame Mary's image has been substantially updated using a photograph of her when she was in her early 20s.
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The old note compared to the new one.
Each banknote in the new series will feature a different species of native Australian wattle and bird.
There's believed to be about 120 million $10 notes already in circulation.
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In line with the new $5 bank note which was launched into circulation September 2016, the new $10 design features tiny bumps indicating its denominational value to the vision-impaired members of our community.
In a statement, the RBA said it may take some time for the new bills to be circulated widely.
The design is similar to the new five dollar note revealed last September, featuring a revamped design, a translucent strip down the middle, and enhanced security features to reduce risk of counterfeiting.
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The existing series of banknotes can continue to be used as all previously issued banknotes remain legal tender.