The Fiji 20 Dollar banknote from the 2007 series features Queen Elizabeth II and the industrial and economic trades of Fiji. The banknote's front design depicts a portrait of The Queen, a Rotuman coconut scraper tool called Foa, a domodomo as a registration device, a holographic fan, and the Coat of Arms of Fiji. On the reverse is an illustration of fish processing, lumber cutting, and mining. The Mount Uluinabukelevu in Kadavu, a domodomo, a train, and the bank logo are also printed on the back design. The note has a dimension of 146 x 67 mm and contains a 3-mm windowed security thread with demetalized RBF and domodomo as part of its security features. Placing the note under a UV light would reflect a watermark image of a Fijian head, electrotype 20, and cornerstones.