One hundred pounds 1914 to 1945 - Price guide and values
All issued Commonwealth of Australia one hundred pound notes feature the Upper Yarra River in Victoria and Leura Falls in New South Wales on the back. The design was taken from the original prize-winning entry for the Five Pound note. In some references, the waterfalls are incorrectly stated to be located in Queensland and South Australia.
Approximately 553,000 one hundred pound notes were released in the entire issue period between 1914 and 1945.
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.
|Prefix Z - Blue serial||-||-||£51,800||£70,000||£88,900||£115,100||£131,400|
|Prefix Z - Black serial||-||-||£51,800||£70,000||£88,900||£115,100||£131,400|
|Prefix Z - Blue serial||£150,100||£162,400||£168,700||£190,000||£211,200||-||-|
|Prefix Z - Black serial||£150,100||£162,400||£168,700||£190,000||£211,200||-||-|
Average prices of certified One hundred pounds 1914 to 1945 Collins-Allen sold at auctions
|Suffix Z - Bold serial||-||-||£15,300||£29,400||£30,600||£64,700||£95,500|
|Prefix Z - Light serial||-||-||£12,400||£25,900||£49,400||£64,100||£73,200|
|Suffix Z - Bold serial||£114,800||£127,500||£134,100||£151,700||£169,400||-||-|
|Prefix Z - Light serial||£96,100||£111,200||£119,000||£136,000||£153,000||-||-|
Average prices of certified One hundred pounds 1914 to 1945 Cerutty-Collins sold at auctions
Auctions prices and values
100 pounds 1924 - Cerutty-Collins
- September 2018: $60,480 AUD - #136820Z - PMG VF-30
- September 2018: $43,760 AUD - #Z439837 - PMG VF-30
- April 2004: $68,000 AUD - #Z318011 - Centrefold and minute pinholes (2)
- March 2001: $60,000 AUD - #Z493466 - Pinhole either side edge and graffiti in one corner
- August 1999: $43,500 AUD - #294422Z - Good very fine
Last update : Wednesday, July 27, 2022