1991 Australian $100 R613F Fraser/Cole - First Prefix - Uncirculated MS-62
The paper One Hundred Dollar note was designed by Harry Williamson and was a distinct departure from th eprevious denominations designed by Gordon Andrews. From One to Twenty Dollar notes had a single watermark profile of Captain James Cook, but the Fifty and One Hundred Dollar notes had two full and half profiles alternating in dark and ligt watermark.
The paper issue has a portrait of Antarctic explorer Douglas Mawson, with a background of a mountain range with a geological strata format. A large diamond shape appears to the left of the main picture. Astronomer John Tebbutt is on the reverse, with a background of the observatory he built and a local church.
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