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Cook Islands

 

3 Dollars, (1987)

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Front: Ina and the Shark (Polynesian legend)

Back: Canoe; god Te-Rongo

 

10 Dollars, (1987)

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Front: Ina and the Shark (Polynesian legend)

Back: Pantheon of gods

 

20 Dollars, (1987)

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Front: Ina and the Shark (Polynesian legend)

Back: Conch shell; Turtle shell; Drum

 

3 Dollars, (1992)

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Front: Worshipers at church with cemetery

Back: Drummers; Dancers; Blue Lorikeet and fish

 

10 Dollars, (1992)

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Front: Worshipers at church with cemetery

Back: Hillside gathering

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20 Dollars, (1992)

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20 dollars (1992) back

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Front: Worshipers at church with cemetery

Back: Two islanders with canoe

 

50 Dollars, (1992)

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Front: Worshipers at church with cemetery

Back: Three islanders in canoe; Two seated women weaving

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Cook Islands, a dependency of New Zealand, consists of 15 islands located in the South Pacific Ocean about 2,000 miles northeast of New Zealand. Cook Islands banknotes, used from 1987-95, are being phased out since 1995, replaced by the New Zealand currency. For a more detailed country profile, see CIA World Factbook on Cook Islands.

 

 

 

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