r223a – Mc310a 2015 Stevens/Fraser Polymer Five Dollar Notes

2015 Stevens/Fraser Polymer Five Dollar Note

Obverse Queen Elizabeth II with Gum Branch
Reverse Old and New Parliament House, Capital Hill, Canberra
Signatories {Glenn} G Stevens, Governor, Reserve Bank of Australia
{John} J Fraser, Secretary to the Treasury
Size 130.00mm [width], 65.00mm [height]
Composition Polymer
Watermark The introduction of polymer banknotes saw the end of the customary Watermark. It was replaced with a Variable Optical Security Device in the bottom corner. The clear window [Optical Security Device] contains a stylised gum [eucalyptus] flower.
Serial Numbers Two letter & Two number Prefix
BA15 – EA15

Notes : No circulation $5 dollar notes were issued in 2009, 2010 or 2011.

Auction Prices
Fine VF EF aUNC CFU
2014
2015
2016 [12]18 [19]22
2017 12 [9]44* [15]20
2018 [10]25
2019 [15]20 [40]75

This was a DA prefix & sold on the 20 of August 2017: This has Proved the HARDEST PREFIX TO FIND (apart from BA), Even the EA last prefix is easier to find than DA!

First serial prefix BA15 # r223aF – Mc310a/1
Auction Prices
Fine VF EF aUNC CFU
2014
2015
2016 [614]700
2017 [366]781 1,510
2018 [1,365]1,533
2019
Note: These First & Last Prefix 2015 $5 *BA 15* EA 15*
Notes sold on the 22 Feb, 2017 for $373 with 40 bids
Both notes show signs of circulation

Were these a Bargain?

Last serial prefix EA15 # r223aL – Mc310a/2
Auction Prices
Fine VF EF aUNC CFU
2014
2015
2016 [156]276 [285]477
2017 [61]108 [171]312 [274]366
2018 [139]219 [161]232
2019 225 [164]344(pr)

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updated: 11/04/2019