Solomon Islands introduce new 10-dollar note

Banknote printer De la Rue reports that a new 10-dollar note has been issued by the Central Bank of the Solomon Islands on 29 November 2017. This is the 4th note of the new series. From the press release:

"A new $10 designed and printed in close collaboration with De La Rue has been launched into circulation today by the Central Bank of Solomon Islands. The $20, $50 and $100 have all been launched previously, making this the fourth note in the new family of banknotes.

As with the previous notes, the overall theme of the new note is the islands’ rich cultural heritage. On the front of the vibrant red note, the abstract pattern work is based on geometrical designs representing the swirling movement of shoals of fish whilst images portraying four traditional forms of currency are shown on the back. 

The predominant security feature is a colour shifting, red-green StarChrome® security thread, which has been described as the best-selling premium security thread in the world."

Steven Friday 01 December 2017 at 3:20 pm | | news
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