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The Papua New Guinea 20 Kina banknote was issued by the Bank of Papua New Guinea in 2008 to celebrate the 2009 Kina & Toea Day on April 19, 2009. The red-brown paper bill is 150 x 75 mm in size. On its obverse is the coat of arms of the nation depicting a bird of paradise on a Kundu drum and a ceremonial spear. The front design also reflects the National Parliament building located in Port Moresby and the 35th-anniversary logo of the BPNG. The back of the note displays the head of a bore, a toea or a cowrie shell necklace from Madang, a toea armband from the Central Province, a decoration made of shells from the Western Province, and tapa cloth designs. The paper bill comes with a windowed security thread with a demetalized BPNG. It also has a watermark that reflects a shadow image of the bank seal, an electrotype BPNG, and Cornerstones. This commemorative banknote bears a radar serial number and is in uncirculated condition. Additionally, it has been TAP authenticated with a grade of 60-70.