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The Trinidad & Tobago 10 dollars banknote was issued by the Central Bank of Trinidad & Tobago in 2006 with new security elements. The banknote has gray and yellow color combinations and is 156 x 66 mm in size. Its front design boasts the countrys arms at the center and a cocorico bird on a branch at the left. The reverse of the note depicts the Eric Williams Financial Complex in the Port of Spain and a gantry crane unloading containers from a ship. The banknote comes with a windowed security thread that has a demetalized CBTT10. It also has a watermark that shows a cocorico bird, an electrotype 10, and Cornerstones. As an added security feature, the banknote bears a registration device in the form of a cocorico bird. This banknote comes in uncirculated condition and has been TAP authenticated.