In 2020, Van Reijen International Agencies Limited of Guernsey obtained these notes with Taylor signatures from the current Central Bank of Samoa. The can be distinguished from original issues by the use of a prefix and sans serif monoweight serial number font, whereas the originals lack prefixes and have a
According to a press release dated 24 February 2020, the Reserve Bank of Australia revealed the design of the new 100-dollar note (B234a), which is the final denomination to be redesigned as part of the Next Generation Banknote Program. The banknote will be released into circulation in the second half
According to a press release dated 25 April 2019, the Central Bank of Solomon Islands planned to introduce the country’s new 5-dollar polymer note on 2 May 2019 in conjunction with the United Nations World Tuna Day. Courtesy of Hartmut Fraunhoffer (Banknote-Online) and Stane Štraus (www.polymernotes.org).
According to various sources, the new 50-dollar note (B233a) issued on 18 October 2018 contains a typo in the microprinting. Specifically, the back of the note contains Edith Cowan’s first speech to parliament in microtext above her shoulder, in which the word “responsibility” is repeatedly misspelled as “responsibilty” without the