Hundred Kina

Denomination Hundred Kina Note
Material Polymer
Front Images 100_front

The front of the Banknote contains an Intaglio portrait of the Parliament House and the National Crest symbolising National Unity.

Reverse Image 100_back>

The main feature on the back of the note depicts the transition from the traditional primary economy towards the modern economy encompassing mining, petroleum, tourism, transportation and technology

 Polymer Security Features
  • Complex clear window incorporating a vignette of the logo of the Bank of Papua New Guinea.
  • Shadow Image of the Bank of Papua New Guinea, which is visible when raised to the light.
  • G-Switch Window on the front and back of the note is a dynamic optical feature that changes colour when tilted under a light source.
  • Complex security patterns in multiple rainbow offset print.
  • Multi-colour intaglio raised keyline print on the front and back of the Banknote.
  • ICE Feature- The Bird of Paradise is printed with a red intaglio ink on a highly reflective gold background. The contrast intensity of the red intaglio ink is enchanced when the banknote is tilted.
  • The numeral ‘100’ is embossed in the secondary clear window.
  • Multi-colour intaglio raised keyline print of the Industry and Technology, 100 numeral and text.
  • Complex security patterns in multiple rainbow offset print.
  • Iridin patch of the Bird of Paradise in full flight is applied on the back of the note providing a change of colour orientation. They are metallic-like in that they have high reflectivity, as in multiple-layer interference filters on camera lenses.

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