Two Kina New Series
Two Kina Note Polymer
The K2.00 polymer banknote incorporates advanced security features to help protect the currency from counterfeiting.
The note still retains many of the original design elements of previous K2.00 banknotes.
|Front||The main design on the Front are the Parliarment House and the Bird of Paradise, the national emblem of Papua New Guinea, perched on a ‘Kundu Drum’ and ‘Ceremonial Spear’.|
|Reverse||The main design elements on the back are a Mt Hagen axe, Kula Arm band from Milne Bay, engraved dogs teeth from Bouganville, and a clay pot from the Sepik region.|
|Complex Clear WindowComplex clear window incorporating a vignette of the Bank of
Papua New Guinea logo.
Shadow Image of the Bank of Papua New Guinea logo, which is visible
when raised to the light.
ck of the note is a dynamic optical feature
that changes colour when tilted under a light source.
The numeral â€˜2â€™ is embossed in the secondary clear window.
Complex security patterns in multiple rainbow print.
Raised keyline intaglio print on the front of the banknote.
Iridescent Bird of Paradise in full flight is applied on the back of the note
providing a change of colour with orientation.
Black serial numbers that fluoresce yellow under ultra violet light.