Winter dollar was dedicated to the noted explorer, Ronald
Sutcliffe and his wife Eunice. An experienced polar explorer
and guide, Sutcliffe served as the Colony's Expedition Leader.
He had been the first to set foot on the continent of Antarctica,
but that fact was kept a secret to preserve integrity and
anonymity of the utopian colony.
notes are similar to US currency size: measuring 2 5/8 x 5
7/8". They come packaged in standard US size plastic holders.
Each Seven Dollar note is printed on fine, rose-colored paper
by a high resolution laser printer and is hand finished by
the artist. Every note has a unique serial number printed
in red ink and a Mint Mark hand-stamped in purple ink.