The Fiji 7 Dollar banknote from the 2016 series comes in a limited-edition specimen version. Its front and back design is marked with the word "SPECIMEN" in black dotted style. The note was issued to celebrate the gold medal win of the Fiji Rugby 7s team during the 2016 Summer Olympics. Part of its unique features is a 7-digit serial number and a 2-letter prefix that starts with "AU", the chemical symbol for gold. The front design of the note features Fijian Rugby team captain Osea Kolinisau running with a ball, Olympic coach Ben Ryan sitting on Sigatoka Sand Dunes, the national emblem, a gold medal and RBF logo in OVI, and the Fijian flag. The reverse side features the bank logo, a domodomo, and the Fijian Rugby 7s Gold Olympians and their team officials with Prime Minister Josaia Voreqe Bainimarama. The note is 140 x 67 mm and contains a 2-mm wide STARsheen windowed security thread with demetalized FIJI 7s GOLD OLYMPIANS as part of its security features. A watermark image of Rugby player Savenaca Rawaca running with a ball and electrotype 7 is also made visible under a UV light. This rare specimen piece has been TAP authenticated with a grade of 60-70 and is in uncirculated condition.