- Sir Apirana Ngata
- He was a NZ politIcian
- He was the longest maori politician.
- The 50 is the value of the note
- There is a to stop people from printing it
- He was also a lawyer
- There is a colour changing bird
- There is a puzzle number on the 50 dollar note.
- Porourangi Meeting House
- The house at the back is a maori meeting house.a
- The small bird next to the meeting house is the bird on the back and the name of it is kokako
- There is a large metallic numbers, birds fern and numbers in the large window
- The serial number-The serial number is there to make sure that money can’t be copied for scams.
- The tukui pattern means stairway to heaven and is a feature in a meeting House.
15. The colour changing Kōkako is a security feature so that if you look at he note from different angles the Kōkako is a different colour.
17. The sky blue mushroom it a cool blue colour that fades by age.
18. There is a holographic window that changes colour. It is a security feature.
19. The Porourangi (meeting house) was built in 1888 and was designed by Rōpata Wahawaha.
20. There is a raised ink part and the raised ink is and it is higher than the rest of the note. It is a security feature.
21. The blue wattled crow/Kōkako is a relatively large bird with a black mask and sky blue wattles.