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Cook Islands 3 Dollars Banknote, 1992, P-6, UNC, Commemorative, TAP 60-70 Authenticated

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  • Dimensions: 150 x 75 mm
  • Watermark: None
  • No Security Thread

The 1992 Cook Islands 3 Dollar banknote was issued by the Government of the Cook Islands in 1992 to commemorate the 6th Festival of Pacific Arts that took place in Rarotonga on October 16- 27, 1992. On the banknote’s obverse is a naked woman named Ina with a coconut in her hands, riding on a shark in the middle of the ocean with waves. The back of the note bears an overprint 6th FESTIVAL OF PACIFIC ARTS RAROTONGA COOK ISLANDS, OCTOBER 16 -27, 1992. It is also designed with a pukapuka fishing canoe, ethnic designs, and a carving of the god of the Te-Rongo with penis. The banknote is 150 x 75 mm in size and comes in green. Though it has no security threads or watermarks, it bears the signature of Thomas Davis who served as the Minister of Finance. This particular Cook Islands 3-dollar paper bill is in uncirculated condition and TAP authenticated with a grade of 60-70.

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