Ten pounds 1913 to 1925 - Price guide and values
The first Commonwealth of Australia ten pound notes featured the wheat carters operating at Narwonah, New South Wales on the back. Mauve/Green/Mauve background colour phasing was used in the reverse design for additional security.
Approximately 2,039,188 of this first type were printed between 1913 and 1925.
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.
Average prices of certified Ten pounds 1913 to 1925 Collins-Allen sold at auctions
|Prefix W - Mauve-Green-Mauve||-||-||£14,700||£27,100||£49,400||£70,600||£86,300|
|Prefix W - Green-Mauve-Green||-||-||£6,100||£9,700||£20,400||£40,200||£49,000|
|Prefix U over O||-||-||£5,400||£10,400||£25,900||£37,300||£45,800|
|Prefix W - Mauve-Green-Mauve||£108,200||£122,600||£130,000||£155,900||£181,800||-||-|
|Prefix W - Green-Mauve-Green||£64,700||£75,100||£80,400||£96,800||£113,100||-||-|
|Prefix U over O||£53,600||£58,800||£61,500||£77,800||£94,200||-||-|
Average prices of certified Ten pounds 1913 to 1925 Cerutty-Collins sold at auctions
Last update : Wednesday, May 10, 2023