Samoa's $20 Tala Cotton Bank Note

One of the Central Bank's key obligations is to meet the currency needs of the public. Therefore, as the sole provider of the currency, it has to ensure that stocks of all currency denominations (notes and coins) are in adequate supply and of high quality to meet the transactional needs of the public.

No other person is allowed to print or issue currency. And, it is an offence to deface any currency by means of writing, stamping, erasure or any other actions that would change the features of the currency.

Front
20A2
Back
20B
 
 
Issue Date: 01 August 2008
Size: 152.4 x 69.85 mm (6.0 x 2.75 inches)
Predominant colour: Tanned Brown, Yellow, Multicolored
Collector's Price: $ST22.00
Front
Date on bank note: 2008
 
Signatures: Right (Top): Hon. Niko Lee Hang, Minister of Finance
Right (Bottom): Leasi Papali'i Tommy Scanlan, Governor
 
Portrait: The reverse side of the bank note features our nation's national bird, the Manumea and Samoa's national flower,
the Teuila. These images portray the diversity and beauty of Samoa's natural environment to protect and treasure
for generations to enjoy.
Back
Scene: The reverse side of the bank note features our nation's national bird, the Manumea and Samoa's national flower, the Teuila. These images portray the diversity and beauty of Samoa's natural environment to protect and treasure
for generations to enjoy.
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Last Updated: 23 Mar 2016