Australian Pound

(redirected from Australian pounds)
Also found in: Wikipedia.

Australian Pound

The former currency of Australia. It was introduced in 1910, nine years after the formation of the Australian federation. It was divided into 20 shillings, each containing 12 pence. It remained in circulation until 1966. See also: Australian dollar.
Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
A MAN who lent a skint Australian pounds 5 for a ferry trip in 1969 has finally been paid back.
Neville Martin owns the fourth car to leave the factory, a shining aluminium model that he admits to buying for 450 Australian pounds in 1962.
We worked from 6pm to 8pm and then go ashore and were paid two old Australian pounds.
THE first race in 1861 saw a prize of 1,420 Australian pounds and the trophy a gold watch.

Full browser ?