The Central Bank of Australia has released a typo a note of the value of $50. It was noticed by the listener of the radio station Triple M Melbourne, which on 8 may was published on Twitter, sent them a picture of the banknote.
On one side of the banknote printed photo and micro – excerpts from the speech of the first woman who was elected to the Australian Parliament – Edith Cowan.
Error found in the phrase printed to the left of Coin in which the politician speaks about the responsibility that he feels for himself. In it the word responsibility – eng. “responsibility” is printed without the third letter “i”.
We have exclusively revealed that there’s a spelling mistake on the new $50 note this morning after a Hot Breakfast Hot Tip from a listener.
READ MORE: https://t.co/lYQoX0VGrw pic.twitter.com/K0UIfwZsBY – Triple M Melbourne (@TripleMMelb) may 8, 2019.
Newspaper “the Guaridian” reports that Australia’s Central Bank printed 46 million of such notes. They are in use from October 2018.
A spokesperson for the Bank said that the financial institution “knows, and spelling error will be corrected in the next edition,” the newspaper notes.
It is noted that the banknote is $50 is the most common in Australia.