This stunning red colour 50-pound banknote of New Zealand was issued in 1937. This denomination was plenty of money during that time, so almost all notes were redeemed, making any specimen of this currency a rare survivor.
This banknote was issued during the British rule. It is categorised as the commonwealth banknote. This banknote features three icons of New Zealand, the Kiwi bird on the left, Maori King Tawhiao in right vignette on the obverse side with famous landmark Milford sound on the reverse side.
The serial number on this banknote was printed in black ink. This currency note consists only one prefix ‘T’.
This note is one of the rare banknotes and can be an excellent piece of a specimen in a collection.
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