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The Cook Islands 3-50 Dollars 4 pieces banknote set is part of the 1992 issues. It measures 151 75 mm. The obverse side of the 3 Dollars banknote shows the map of Aitutaki and manuae atolls, people performing traditional dance, drummers, a blue lorikeet sitting on a branch of banana; the 10 Dollars banknote shows the Rarotonga atoll, people gathering, Cook Islands fruit-dove (Ptilinopus rarotongensis), Rarotonga mottled pigeon; the 20 Dollars banknote shows the Ngaputoru & Mangaia atolls and outlined maps depicting the islands of Atiu, Mauke, Mitiaro, Takutea, Mangaia, Islanders by a canoe with an outrigger, Camphor tree (Cinnamomum camphor), Carved shark hook from Mangaia made of ironwood root, Mangaia kingfisher (Todiramphus ruficollaris), Coconut crab (Birgus latro), and Rarotonga Meryta - Kakavatua (Meryta pauciflora); the 50 Dollars banknote; and the 50 Dollars banknote shows the Northern Group atolls and their island map outlines including: Penrhyn, Rakahanga, Pukapuka, Nassau, Manihiki, Suwarrow and Palmerston, Three islanders in a canoe, Seated women weaving, Beads, and Plants, fish and birds. The reverse side features people leaving the church, shells, and palms, and flowers. This banknote contains a watermark with a sea turtle design.