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Samoa - 2017 Reprints Full set with ZZ replacement Prefix

A complete set of reprints from 5 Tala to 100 Tala (paper and Hybrid notes). This series was first released in 2008 with reprints in 2012 for all denominations except for the 10 Tala note. These ND2017 notes were released on 30th and 31st of May, in time for Samoa's Independence Day celebration on 1st of June. Actual Independence Day is on 1st of January but celebration is always in June. Samoa (previously known as Western Samoa until July 1997) was ruled by the New Zealand government between 1914 to 1962. Independence was granted on 24.11.1961 under the Western Samoa Act 1961, with Independence Day effective on 01.01.1962.

The design for all notes here are the same as those previously issued except that they all have new signatures. The set posted here all have replacement prefix of ZZ.

Governor - Ms Maiava Atalina Ainuu Taisi II Enari (appointed August 2011)
Minister of Finance - Mr Sili Epa Tuioti (since March 2016)

Five Tala
ND2017, P38cr
Reverse
Ten Tala
ND2017, P39br
Reverse
Twenty Tala
ND2017, P40cr
Reverse
Fifty Tala
ND2017, P41cr Hybrid
Reverse
One Hundred Tala
ND2017, P43br
Reverse

Papua New Guinea - 2014 Issues

Papua New Guinea 2014 reprint. Three notes reported with ND2014 issued, with values of 2, 20 and 100 Kina.

Two Kina
ND2014, P28d
Reverse
Twenty Kina
ND2014, P31c
Reverse
One Hundred Kina (Missing)

Solomon Islands - 2013 Series Uncut Sheets

Here is the 4-uncut sheet of $50 issued in 2013 with new signatures, Denton Hehenoro Rarawa and Harry Kuma.

$50 (4-Uncut)
ND2013, P35
Reverse

Solomon Islands - 2017 Issue

This is the third denomination of the current series, which was first introduced in 2013. This new $20 note was launched on 20.01.2017 and released to the public on 23.01.2017. Unlike the previous two issues, this note is not printed on hybrid materials. The signatures for this new note are not the same as those two notes issued earlier. The Governor is still the same (Denton Hehenoro Rarawa - appointed since 22.08.2008) but the new Permanent Secretary of the Minister of Finance is Harry Kuma. This note is printed by DLR, which has been printing banknotes for the country for 100 years.

Twenty Dollars
ND2017, P34, A/1 000088
Reverse
Twenty Dollars
ND2017, P34r Replacement X/1
Reverse