Setting your Cashmaster device up to count the new $100
The new Australian 100$ banknote has something for everyone – devotees of the arts are treated to images of the famous Australian soprano Dame Nellie Melba, together with a monogram from her 1902 tour programme, while those of us interested in engineering and architecture can gaze at images of Australian war hero and engineer, Sir John Monash and his work.
A lovely interactive visual showcases the new note and provides a wealth of interesting facts regarding both the note’s design and security features. You can see it on the Reserve Bank of Australia’s website.
Security features, similar to those in the $5, $10, $20 and $50 banknotes issued progressively since 2016 include:
- The top-to-bottom clear window containing a number of dynamic features including a reversing number and 3-D coloured fan, an image of an owl with wattle branch, which fluoresces under UV light.
- A patch with a rolling colour effect and microprint features excerpts of a letter written by Monash, and Melba's autobiography Melodies and Memories.
- A ‘tactile’ feature to help the vision-impaired community distinguish between different denominations of banknotes.
With the new note now in circulation, your Cashmaster device may need to be updated.
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