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New Zealand 5 Dollars 2015
Item Code: NZ-191
Front: Aoraki - Mount Cook - New Zealand's highest mountain (often confused with Mt. Everest - Jomolungma). Mountaineer and explorer Sir Edmund Hillary (1919-2008). Back: Campbell Island Daisy (Pleurophyllum speciosum). Yellow-eyed Penguin (Megadyptes antipodes) or Hoiho, on Campbell Island. Ross lily (Bulbinella rossii). Transparent window: Holographic depiction of Hoiho, NZ map outline, ferns and denomination "5". Security features: Consecutively running vertical and horizontal serial numbers on the obverse of the banknote. Hoiho in optically variable magnetic ink (Spark) with a see-through window in a shape of a fern. Ultraviolet-fluorescent hi-lite block with the denomination "5". Main colour: Brown-orange. Signatures: Graeme Wheeler (Governor, from 2012 to September 2017). Artist: No info. Photographers: Rob Suisted; Rod Morris. Date of issue: 2015. Total issue: N/a. Demonetised: N/a. Material: Polymer substrate. Issuer: Reserve Bank of New Zealand. Printing method: Intaglio. Printer: Note Printing Australia, Melbourne (NPA). Series: Nș7.
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Dimensions: 135 x 66 mm
Texts: Reserve Bank of New Zealand. Te Putea Matua. This note is legal tender for Five Dollars. Aotearoa.
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