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The Hong Kong 100 Dollar banknote from 2012 is part of the 2010 - 2016 series. Its obverse side features a lion statue along with the HSBC headquarters building and the bank logo on the left and a gold lions head and numeric 100 in SPARK on the upper-right. The reverse side of the note features a marching band passing soldiers and civilians with flags while celebrating the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Establishment Day. The HSBC logo and the Forever Blooming Bauhinia monument are printed on the right. The note measures 153 x 76.5 mm and contains a green-to-magenta windowed security thread with demetalized HK100 and a large HK made up of small letters to enhance its security features. Placing the note under a UV light would reflect a Bauhinia flower watermark and electrotype 100 on pixelized design.