Australian $100 Dollar Note Replica 24 Carat Gold

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The perfect Australian gift. This Australian currency replica of the $100 note in 24 Carat Gold is made from 99.99% pure gold, mounted in acrylic crystal, displaying both sides of the Australian $100 Note, which you can proudly have on show on your desk or shelf. The Australian $100 Note Replica is a great Australian gift if you're looking for something Australiana, with an Australian heritage. 

Gift Suggestion: Ideal as a 1st anniversary gift. Paper is a traditional gift for a 1st year anniversary. Paper is symbolic of the fragility of the marriage bond in the 1st year of marriage, as the couple would not have experienced the trials of life together as a couple.

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The perfect Australian gift. This Australian currency replica of the $100 note in 24 Carat Gold is made from 99.99% pure gold, mounted in acrylic crystal, displaying both sides of the Australian $100 Note, which you can proudly have on show on your desk or shelf. 

The Australian $100 Note Replica is a great Australian gift if you're looking for something Australiana, with an Australian heritage. Presented in a beautiful quality black leatherette gift box with velour interior, it is the perfect reward in recognition of a job well done or to express your appreciation for a kind gesture.The Australian $100 Note was designed by Bruce Stewart in 1996 and features World War One General Sir John Monash on one side and soprano Dame Nellie Melba on the reverse.Sir John Monash (27 June 1865 – 8 October 1931) was a civil engineer who became an Australian military commander in the First World War. He was born in Dudley Street, West Melbourne. He was instrumental in introducing reinforced concrete to Australian engineering.Dame Nellie Melba (19 May 1861 – 23 February 1931) was an Australian opera soprano. Born at Doonside in Richmond Victoria, she became one of the most famous singers of the early 20th century and the first Australian to achieve international recognition as a classical musician.

An Australian gift that is genuinely Australian.

Gift Suggestion: Ideal as a 1st anniversary gift. Paper is a traditional gift for a 1st year anniversary. Paper is symbolic of the fragility of the marriage bond in the 1st year of marriage, as the couple would not have experienced the trials of life together as a couple.

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