$10 NZD Bills. The New Zealand ten-dollar note is a New Zealand banknote. It is issued by the Reserve Bank of New Zealand and since 1999 has been a polymer banknote. It was first issued on 10 July 1967 when New Zealand decimalised its currency, changing from the New Zealand pound to the New Zealand dollar. The ten-dollar note originally had an image of Queen Elizabeth II on the front; since 1993 it has had an image of suffragist Kate Sheppard.
Kate Sheppard (1848 – 1934)
Kate Sheppard was a prominent leader of the campaign to give women the vote in New Zealand. She worked tirelessly to organise and promote this cause. A long campaign culminated in 1893 when New Zealand became the first country in the world where all adults could vote in general elections.
THE DESIGN OF THE $10 NZD Bills:
There have been seven different series of New Zealand bank notes, and the ten-dollar note was introduced with the third series of bank note.
The design is now in its seventh series which started in 2015 to present day.
The new series was introduced in order to add more security features to New Zealand banknotes. As surveys showed that the New Zealand public were generally content with the note design. The note was brighter in colour and featured the Maori translation of Reserve Bank (Te Putea Matua), and “New Zealand, Aotearoa” on the back.
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