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One thousand pounds 1914 and 1915 - Price guide and values

One thousand pounds 1914 and 1915 - Banknote of Australia

You can see the list of signatures on australian banknotes. To help you to know the meaning of grades such as G, VG, F, VF, EF, AU, UNC, etc., you can jump to the grading section. View the average prices of certified banknotes sold at auctions.

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Kell-Collins

Varieties AG-3 G-4 VG-8 F-12 VF-20 EF-40 AU-50
Prefix 2A - - $136,100 $221,600 $299,300 $445,600 $558,800
Varieties UNC-60 UNC-62 CUNC-63 CUNC-64 GUNC-65 GUNC-66 GUNC-67
Prefix 2A $706,300 $803,600 $853,800 $939,400 $1,025,000 - -

Average prices of certified One thousand pounds 1914 and 1915 Kell-Collins sold at auctions

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Collins-Allen

Varieties AG-3 G-4 VG-8 F-12 VF-20 EF-40 AU-50
Prefix 2A - - $136,100 $221,600 $299,300 $445,600 $558,800
Varieties UNC-60 UNC-62 CUNC-63 CUNC-64 GUNC-65 GUNC-66 GUNC-67
Prefix 2A $706,300 $803,600 $853,800 $939,400 $1,025,000 - -

Average prices of certified One thousand pounds 1914 and 1915 Collins-Allen sold at auctions

Auctions prices and values

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£1,000 banknote

At an Australian auction, in July 1998, a 1924 £1,000 banknote sold for $135,000 AUD. That same £1,000 banknote sold, in 2007, for $1,450,000 AUD, setting the record for the most expensive Australian banknote ever sold.

Last update : Tuesday, August 18, 2020

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