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James Richard Collins
1916-1926

James Collins was born on 14 March 1869 in Sebastopol, Victoria. James Richard Collins was a senior Australian public servant, best known for his time as head of the Department of the Treasury. He died in London on 18 June 1934, while in the role of financial adviser in London to the Commonwealth.

Collins - Signature on Australian banknote

Collins signature on Australian banknotes

Collins appears on the following banknotes:

  • Ten pounds 1925 to 1934 (Kell-Collins)
  • Five pounds 1924 to 1933 (Kell-Collins)
  • One pound 1923 to 1933 (Kell-Collins)
  • Ten shillings 1923 to 1933 (Kell-Collins)
  • One thousand pounds 1914 and 1915 (Kell-Collins)
  • Ten pounds 1913 to 1925 (Collins-Allen)
  • Five pounds 1913 to 1924 (Collins-Allen)
  • One pound 1913 to 1923 (Collins-Allen)
  • Ten shillings 1913 to 1923 (Collins-Allen)
  • Twenty pounds 1914 to 1938 (Collins-Allen)
  • Fifty pounds 1914 to 1945 (Collins-Allen)
  • One hundred pounds 1914 to 1945 (Collins-Allen)
  • One thousand pounds 1914 and 1915 (Collins-Allen)
  • One pound 1914 and 1915 (Collins-Allen)
  • Ten pounds 1913 to 1925 (Cerutty-Collins)
  • Five pounds 1913 to 1924 (Cerutty-Collins)
  • One pound 1913 to 1923 (Cerutty-Collins)
  • Ten shillings 1913 to 1923 (Cerutty-Collins)
  • Twenty pounds 1914 to 1938 (Cerutty-Collins)
  • Fifty pounds 1914 to 1945 (Cerutty-Collins)
  • One hundred pounds 1914 to 1945 (Cerutty-Collins)
  • One pound 1923 to 1933 (Miller-Collins)
  • Ten shillings 1923 to 1933 (Miller-Collins)

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