This $5 Specimen note was produced in 1967 as part of Australia's decimal currency conversion program and bears the signatures of Coombs and Randall.
It is defined as a Type 1 Specimen note, distinguished by the small oval in the watermarked area containing the word Specimen.
The note carries the first serial prefix of the $5 issue, NAA. The note also bears the exalted serial numbers 000000 and is presented in strict Uncirculated quality.
The notes were printed before the first commercial print run, in the main presented to a very restricted list of VIPs as well as being used as reference material for the major banks and financial institutions.