East Caribbean Currency 20 Dollars banknote, Queen Elizabeth.

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East Caribbean Currency - Twenty Dollars Note
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East Caribbean Twenty Dollars banknote
East Caribbean Currency 20 Dollars banknote ND (1965), issued by the East Caribbean Currency Authority.

Obverse: Portrait of the young Queen Elizabeth II in Robes and Wearing the Order of the Garter, from a painting by Pietro Annigoni; Map of the Organization of Eastern Caribbean States and Overprint M in circle (Montserrat); Caribbean Tropical Sea Turtles at center.
Reverse: Palm tree and Coastal scene - view of the twin peaks of Les Pitons Volcano - Petit Piton and Gros Piton and Soufriere village in St. Lucia Island.
Texts: These notes are legal tender for the payment of any amount.  Twenty Dollars.
Leeward Islands. Windward Islands. Montserrat. St. Vincent. St. Lucia. Dominica. Grenada. Antigua. Saint Christopher-Nevis-Anguilla.
Watermark: Portrait of Queen Elizabeth II in profile wearing a crown.
Printed by Thomas De La Rue, London England.