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The Solomon Islands 10 Dollar banknote introduced by the Central Bank of Solomon Islands in 2006 comes in violet and purple color combinations. Its obverse design boasts birds, a fish, the flag of Solomon Islands, and the nations emblem. The reverse of the note portrays a fish and a woman making shell money. The 147 x 72 mm paper bill comes with a windowed security thread that has a demetalized CBSI. It also carries a watermark that reflects the head of a falcon, an electrotype CBSI, and Cornerstones. Printed by De La Rue, the note bears the signatures of the bank governor Denton Hehenoro Rarawa and Secretary of Finance Shadrach Fanega. This particular Solomon Islands 10 dollar banknote has been graded 66 by the Paper Money Guaranty.