By CCN: The Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) made a serious spelling mistake that was printed on approximately 400 million $50 currency notes, of which 46 million are in circulation, adding up to roughly $1.6 billion dollars worth of misspelled currency. The typo can be seen in extremely tiny print on the back of the banknote, which is part of a speech by Australia’s first female member of parliament, Edith Cowan. The note also shows another Australian cultural icon: David Unaipon, who is an aboriginal writer and inventor. The error occurs three times where “great responsibility” is misspelled as “great

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