Samoan $100 Tala note & bill

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Samoan $100 Tala Front


2008 Samoan $100 Tala
2008 Samoan $100 Tala

The Samoan $100 Tala bank note is emerald green, multi-coloured and is made of polymer plastic. The bank note commemorates the life of the late Malietoa Tanumafili II, Head of State of Samoa from 1962 - 2007. The late Malietoa's life portrays the kindness, humility and respect, enshrined in the Samoan customs and traditions and was a symbolic icon of social stability. The reverse side of the bank note features the Mulivai Catholic Cathedral, one of the nation's oldest churches in the country. It is asignificant historical symbol of the religion of Christianity in Samoa representing the people's strong religious beliefs. An evident proud reminder to us of our guiding principle that 'Samoa is founded on God'.

Samoan $100 Tala Back


2008 Samoan $100 Tala
2008 Samoan $100 Tala

Obverse (Portrait): HRH the late Malietoa Tanumafili II

Date of Issue: 01 Aug 2008

Reverse: The historical Mulivai Catholic Cathedral

Size (mm): 139x71mm

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