c. 1933 Unissued One Pound Edward VIII gEF

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Only two examples of this banknote are known to exist in private hands. You can view another at the Reserve Bank of Australia's museum on Martin Place.

These notes were never completed due to the abdication of Edward VIII.

The appeal in a note such as this is both the rarity and how incredibly unusual it is to encounter an incomplete banknote from the pre-decimal period in Australia.

This banknote is a testament to a time when Australia was a proud member of the British Empire, and its value goes far beyond its monetary worth. Holding this unissued banknote in your hands is holding a piece of history, a reminder of the rich and fascinating past that Australia shares with the world.

Its rarity and historical significance make it a sought-after item among collectors and investors alike. And with only two known to exist in private hands, this is quite possibly a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to own a piece of Australia's history.

Add this rare and authentic piece to your collection and own a piece of Australia's past that few others will ever have the chance to possess.

This note has been the centrepiece of my personal collection for quite some time.