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The Fiji 2,000 dollars banknote was issued in 2000 to commemorate Fiji being the first country to see the new millennium and the last one to see the old millennium. This Specimen banknote is in uncirculated condition. Its obverse features the founding father of modern Fiji and President H. E. Ratu Sir Kamisese Mara. Flowers, an embossed patch, and the National Emblem are also visible. Moreover, on its bottom left is a Kulawai bird which is a red-throated lorikeet sitting on a branch. The reverse of the note is a globe with a rising sun. The map of Fiji islands and the 180th meridian are found in the background along with seashells and corals. The security features of this 200 x 109 mm paper bill include a windowed security thread and a watermark of a Fijian head.