Plastic banknotes

Australian invention

When were the Plastic Banknotes invented?

They invented Plastic Banknotes In the 1980's

They were the first country ever to make a complete set of banknotes.

History of the Invention

In 1992 the RBA invented a new plastic $5 banknote that fixed these problems, followed by a new $10 banknote (in 1993), $20 (in 1996), $50 (in 1995) and a $100 (in 1996).


How to make Plastic BankNotes unable to be forged?


Although Plastic BankNotes can be able to be illegally photocopied, nobody can remake the way they feel like or the special tweaks embedded in them.