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Issuing authority: Reserve Bank of New Zealand

Original size: 135 x 66 mm

NZ - B124a

© Banknote design copyright by the Reserve Bank of New Zealand

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Vorderseite: Traktor; Mount Cook, der höchste Berg Neuseelands; Landkarte Neuseelands; Porträt des neuseeländischen Bergsteigers Sir Edmund Hillary (1919 - 2008). Am 29. Mai 1953 gelang ihm zusammen mit dem nepalesischen Sherpa Tenzing Norgay die Erstbe­steigung des Mount Everest.
Rückseite: Campbell-Island-Gänseblümchen (Pleurophyllum speciosum); Braunalge (Dur­villaea antarctica); Ross-Lilie (Bulbinella rossii); Gelbaugenpinguin (Megadyptes antipodes).

Front side: Tractor; Mount Cook, the highest mountain in New Zealand; Map of New Zealand; Portrait of the New Zealand mountaineer Sir Edmund Hillary (1919 - 2008). On 29. May 1953 he and the Nepalese sherpa Tenzing Norgay became the first climbers who reached the summit of Mount Everest.
Back side: Campbell Island Daisy (Pleurophyllum speciosum); Bull kelp (Durvillaea antarctica); Ross lily (Bulbinella rossii); Yellow-eyed penguin (Megadyptes antipodes).

B124a

(P-177)

Not dated. Serial number prefix range AA - AV. Printed on thin paper.
Signature of Donald Thomas BrashSignature of D. T. Brash (as GOVERNOR). Queen Elizabeth II. watermark. Windowed security thread on the front side. Fern as registration device. One vertical and one horizontal 6-digit serial number on the front side. Both are printed in black, have a double letter prefix and digits of the same size. Printed by Thomas de la Rue, United Kingdom.

B124b

(P-177)

Not dated. Serial number prefix range AW - EB. Printed on thick paper.
Signature of Donald Thomas BrashSignature of D. T. Brash (as GOVERNOR). Queen Elizabeth II. watermark. Windowed security thread on the front side. Fern as registration device. One vertical and one horizontal 6-digit serial number on the front side. Both are printed in black, have a double letter prefix and digits of the same size. Printed by Thomas de la Rue, United Kingdom.

Remarks

Introduced in 1992.