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20 Dollars

Issuing authority: Reserve Bank of New Zealand

Original size: 145 x 70 mm

NZ - B126a

© Banknote design copyright by the Reserve Bank of New Zealand

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Vorderseite: Sitz des neuseeländischen Prime Ministers und Parlamentsgebäude in der Haupt­stadt Wellington; Landkarte Neuseelands; Porträt Ihrer Majestät der Königin Elisa­beth II.. Sie ist das Staats­oberhaupt und die Königin von Neuseeland.
Rückseite: Gänseblümchen (Pachystegia insignis); Rotes Büschelgras (Chionochloa rubra); Mount Tapuae-o-Uenuku auf der Südinsel Neuseelands; Maorifalke (Falco novaeseelandiae).

Front side: Residence of the Prime Minister of New Zealand and Parliament House in the capital Wellington; Map of New Zealand; Portrait of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.. She ist the Head of State and the Queen of New Zealand.
Back side: Marlborough rock daisy (Pachystegia insignis); Red tussock grass (Chionochloa rubra); Mount Tapuae-o-Uenuku on New Zealand's South Island; New Zealand falcon (Falco novaeseelandiae).

B126a

(P-179)

Not dated.
Signature of Donald Thomas BrashSignature of D. T. Brash (as GOVERNOR). Portrait of Queen Elizabeteh II. as 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.

In 1994 the Reserve Bank of New Zealand has introduced a new variety of its 20 Dollars banknote. Compared with the previous issue (B126a) the colour of the tussock grass and the mountain on the back side has changed from dark blue to green.

B130a

(P-183)

Not dated.
Signature of Donald Thomas BrashSignature of D. T. Brash (as GOVERNOR). Portrait of Queen Elizabeteh II. as 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.