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The Fijian 50 dollar banknote from 2007 is part of the 2007 to 2011 issue that featured an updated portrait of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II. The security features of the note include a holographic stripe and a 3-mm windowed security thread with demetalized RBF and domodomo. Placing the banknote under the UV light would show a Fijian head, electrotype 50 and Cornerstones. On the obverse is a whales tooth necklace called Wasekaseka, a domodomo registration device, a holographic turtle and the coat of arms of Fiji. The backside of the note features a ceremonial tradition of the Yaqona and Tabua. Nine men can be seen doing the ceremony in a beautifully crafted mat called the Fijian Masi. A picture of a palm tree, a bure hat, and a mountain are in the background. The Bank of Fiji logo is located at the lower right of the note.
Whale's tooth necklace&&Canoe Masthead&&Queen Elizabeth II&&Turtle&&Coat of Arms&& Men&&Tubetube&&Yaqona Vakaturaga&&Domodomo&&Bank Logo&&Signature Narube