It is believed that only 3 notes were printed with the year date of (20)14, and the 20 kina was one of them. The other 2 denominations were 2 and 100 kina. The note posted below is a specimen piece. This is the only specimen piece with (20)14 I have in my collection.
A full set of three 2-uncut sheets of polymer notes of Vanuatu Vt200, Vt1000 and Vt2000 all issued in 2014. I have no information on the quantity issued. Perhaps the quantity is the same as the 2010 VT10000 Commemorative polymer note issued in 2010 (ceased circulation in 2013), but then I have no info on that one either. I am not sure other uncut sheets were also issued, but so far none has been reported apart from these. The first prefix for this series is AA14 but again I am not sure if these are also issued with AA prefix. Even the set I have below is showing the prefixes are not in sequence ie AD, AF and AE. The 3 sheets I have here are all with matching numbers.
Like the 10,000 Vatu Commemorative note issued in 2010, here I have posted 3 definitive polymer notes issued in 2014, all personally hand signed by the Bank Governor and Minister of Finance, Semion Malachi Athy and Maki Stanley Simelum respectively. Given that these are hand signed notes, and if you look closely you will notice that no two signatures are the same. These are limited edition and the purpose of this is to celebrate the conversion of currency from paper to polymer. Each note comes in a presentation folder and only 100 sets issued with serial numbers from 1 to 100. This is the only way if you are keen on getting single or double digits numbered notes.
Printer: Oberthur Fiduciaire, France.