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This uncirculated 10,000 Vanuatu vatu note was introduced by the Reserve Bank of Vanuatu on 28 July 2010, the 30th day of independence. It is the largest denomination in the country. It is a blue polymer note with dimensions of 155 mm x 65 mm. It also bears the signatures of RBV Governor Odo Tevi and Minister of Finance Sela Molisa. Its obverse side contains French text, a conch shell, islands, a map, and a Melanesian chief wielding a spear. Its reverse side contains Bislama text, a mask, statues, satellite dishes, two male drummers, and a view of the post office building in Port Vila. Because this note is printed on a polymer substrate, it does not have a security thread. However, it has a shadow image of the bank logo.