Northern Ireland banknotes 10 Pound note of 2008, Bank of Ireland.

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Banknotes of Northern Ireland 10 Pounds Sterling bank note
Northern Ireland ten pounds bill
Bank of Ireland notes 10 pound bank note
British notes - Northern Ireland 10 Pounds note of 2008, 
issued by the Bank of Ireland, Belfast.
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Obverse: Bank of Ireland logo seal - Hibernia seated leaning on a thirteen-stringed harp: "HIBERNIA". Arms of the six historic counties.
Reverse: Old Bushmills Distillery in County Antrim. Solid security thread.
Watermark: Head of Medusa.
Date of Issue: 20th April 2008.


The Old Bushmills Distillery at Co Antrim “symbolises both Northern Ireland’s heritage and its business acumen”
Bushmills Irish Whiskey is made at Ireland’s oldest working distillery in Co Antrim, Northern Ireland. The brand portfolio includes five award-winning whiskeys: Bushmills Original, Black Bush, Bushmills Malt 10yo, Bushmills Malt 16yo and Bushmills Malt 21yo. Bushmills is said to be the only distillery in Ireland to make triple-distilled malt whiskey.

British notes Northern Ireland banknotes 5 Irish Pounds sterling banknote of 2008, Bank of Ireland.

British notes Northern Ireland 5 Irish Pounds sterling banknotes
£5 Sterling note issued by Bank of Ireland in Northern Ireland
Northern Ireland 5 Irish Pounds sterling bill
British notes - Northern Ireland - 5 Irish Pounds sterling banknote of 2008, issued by the Bank of Ireland, Belfast.
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Obverse: Bank of Ireland logo seal - Hibernia seated leaning on a thirteen-stringed harp: "HIBERNIA". Arms of the six historic counties.
Reverse: Old Bushmills Distillery in County Antrim. Solid security thread.

Watermark: Head of Medusa.
Texts: Bank of Ireland. I promise to pay the bearer on demand Five Pounds Sterling for the Governor and
Company of the Bank of Ireland, Belfast, Donegall Palace. Bona Fides Reipublitas. Sapientia. Justitia.
Date of Issue: 20th April 2008.

Banknotes of Northern Ireland 10 Pounds Sterling note 2008 Ulster Bank

Banknotes of Northern Ireland Pounds Sterling Ulster Bank
 £10 Ulster Bank note
Ulster Bank Limited
Banknotes of Northern Ireland - 10 Pounds Sterling note of 2008, issued by the Ulster Bank Limited
Banknotes of Northern Ireland : Ulster Bank Limited
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Obverse: View of Belfast Harbour & Queen Elizabeth II Bridge in Belfast flanked by views of Ulster landscapes: The Mourne Mountains at left and Giant's Causeway Ancient Rock Formation in County Antrim at right; flowers. Texts: Ulster Bank Limited promise to pay the bearer on demand Ten Pounds
Sterling at Head Office, Belfast.
Reverse: Coat of arms and motto of Ulster Bank, surrounded by the four heraldic arms of the provinces of Ireland.

Watermark: Running all over paper and reads ‘Ulster Bank Limited’.
Raised print
Security thread embedded
See through - On each note the see-through is part of the central pattern on the front of the note, and is positioned on either side of the main pattern.
Serial numbers - Two vertical serial numbers on front.
Latent image - Bottom Left corner showing denomination
Line structures - On all notes – on left and right side of front behind the raised print denomination.
Phosphorescent (BLINK) barcode - Each banknote has it’s own unique barcode
UV inks - The red serial number on each note is UV based. Back design holds UV ink
Microprinting - ESP & Microtext on all denominations reading ‘Ulster Bank Limited’
Infra-red inks - IR inks are used on the front & back of each denomination
Colour changing ink - RBS Logo iridescence strip
Demetallised thread
Date of Issue: 1st January 2008.


Banknotes of Northern Ireland : Ulster Bank Limited


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Northern Ireland Five Pounds banknote, National Bank Limited.

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Northern Ireland Five Pounds
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British notes - Northern Ireland Five Pounds banknote, issued by the National Bank Limited, Belfast.
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Obverse: Hibernia seated leaning on a thirteen-stringed harp: "HIBERNIA".
Reverse: Arms.

Great Britain bank notes 10 Pounds Sterling banknote 1988 Florence Nightingale & Queen Elizabeth II

British English Ten Pounds Great Britain banknotes, Queen Elizabeth II
 British notes - 10 Pounds, Queen Elizabeth II. 
British 10 Pounds note, Bank of England, Florence Nightingale
£10 Bank of England note, Florence Nightingale.
British notes - 10 Pounds banknote 1988 Florence Nightingale
issued by the Bank of England.
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Obverse: Portrait of Queen Elizabeth II. The Queen is depicted in state robes, wearing the George IV State Diadem, Queen Victoria’s Golden Jubilee necklace and Queen Alexandra’s Cluster Earrings. The necklace was bought from funds donated by the ‘Women of the British Empire’ to celebrate Queen Victoria’s fifty years on the throne. The necklace was presented to Queen Victoria on 24 June 1887. The earrings, created by the jeweller Garrard, were a wedding gift from the future King Edward VII to his bride, Alexandra of Denmark.
Reverse: Portrait of Crimean War nurse Florence Nightingale, plus a hospital scene showing her work at the Selimiye Barracks in Scutari as a British army hospital during the Crimean War.
 
Florence Nightingale was known as the "Lady with the lamp" for she was a guiding force in the improvement of sanitary conditions in field hospitals in British military installations in battle locations.
After the conclusion of the Crimean War, she became an advocate for improved sanitation in the British military, and also of establishing nursing colleges to train professional nurses.
Watermark: Florence Nightingale.
Signature: G. M. Gill - Chief Cashier.
Design: Harry Eccleston.
Date first issued: 20 February 1975.
Date last issued: 1992.
Date ceased to be legal tender: 20 May 1994.




BANK OF ENGLAND NOTES PICTORIAL SERIES D

One Pound    5 Pounds    10 Pounds    20 Pounds    50 Pounds

The Pictorial, Series D, notes were all designed by Harry Eccleston, assisted by Roger Withington and David Wicks. They are called pictorial because they feature pictorial representations of famous British figures. The first one issued was the £20 which was first issued on 9th July 1970. The Pictorial £5 note appeared on 11th November 1971 followed by the £10 note on 20th February 1975 and the £1 note on 9th February 1978. The £50 note was introduced in 1981.


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Bank of England Banknotes 5 Pounds Note 1980 Duke of Wellington & Queen Elizabeth

£5 British Pound Sterling note currency, Queen Elizabeth
£5 British Pound Sterling note, Queen Elizabeth
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British bank notes 5 Pounds Sterling banknote, issued by the Bank of England. 
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Obverse: Portrait of Queen Elizabeth II. The Queen is depicted in state robes, wearing the George IV State Diadem, Queen Victoria’s Golden Jubilee necklace and Queen Alexandra’s Cluster Earrings. Bank of England logo: Britannia seated next to a pile of coins and a shield, holding a spear and a laurel or olive branch. Nike, also known as Victoria, winged goddess of victory riding a chariot pulled by two horses.

Reverse: Portrait of Field Marshal Arthur Wellesley, 1st Duke of Wellington (1 May 1769 – 14 September 1852), was a British soldier and statesman, a native of Ireland from the Anglo-Irish Ascendancy, and one of the leading military and political figures of the 19th century. Scene during the famous Battle of Salamanca.
The Battle of Salamanca saw the Anglo-Portuguese army under the Duke of Wellington defeat Marshal Auguste Marmont's French forces among the hills around Arapiles south of Salamanca, Spain on 22 July 1812 during the Peninsular War.

Watermark: Vertically repeated effigy of The Duke of Wellington.
Signature: D.H.F. Somerset - Chief Cashier.
Date first issued: 11 November 1971. Date last issued: 1990.
Date ceased to be legal tender: 29 November 1991.
Design: Harry Eccleston.



BANK OF ENGLAND NOTES PICTORIAL SERIES D

One Pound    5 Pounds    10 Pounds    20 Pounds    50 Pounds

The Pictorial, Series D, notes were all designed by Harry Eccleston, assisted by Roger Withington and David Wicks. They are called pictorial because they feature pictorial representations of famous British figures. The first one issued was the £20 which was first issued on 9th July 1970. The Pictorial £5 note appeared on 11th November 1971 followed by the £10 note on 20th February 1975 and the £1 note on 9th February 1978. The £50 note was introduced in 1981.


Field Marshal Arthur Wellesley, 1st Duke of Wellington
  Field Marshal Arthur Wellesley, 1st Duke of Wellington, KG GCB GCH PC FRS (1 May 1769 – 14 September 1852), was a British soldier and statesman, a native of Ireland from the Anglo-Irish Ascendancy, and one of the leading military and political figures of the 19th century. His importance in national history is such that he is often referred to as "the Duke of Wellington" instead of "the 1st Duke of Wellington" (overshadowing the heirs to his dukedom including the current duke — see Dukes of Wellington).
  Wellesley was commissioned as an ensign in the British Army in 1787. Serving in Ireland as aide-de-camp to two successive Lords Lieutenant of Ireland he was also elected as a Member of Parliament in the Irish House of Commons. A colonel by 1796, Wellesley saw action in the Netherlands and in India, where he fought in the Fourth Anglo-Mysore War at the Battle of Seringapatam. He was appointed governor of Seringapatam and Mysore in 1799 and as a newly appointed major-general won a decisive victory over the Maratha Confederacy at the Battle of Assaye in 1803.
  Wellesley rose to prominence as a general during the Peninsular campaign of the Napoleonic Wars, and was promoted to the rank of field marshal after leading the allied forces to victory against the French at the Battle of Vitoria in 1813. Following Napoleon's exile in 1814, he served as the ambassador to France and was granted a dukedom. During the Hundred Days in 1815, he commanded the allied army which, together with a Prussian army under Bl├╝cher, defeated Napoleon at the Battle of Waterloo. Wellesley's battle record is exemplary, ultimately participating in some 60 battles during the course of his military career.
  Wellesley is famous for his adaptive defensive style of warfare, and extensive planning before battles, which allowed him to choose the battlefield and force his enemy to come to him, resulting in several victories against a numerically superior force whilst minimising his own losses. He is regarded as one of the greatest defensive commanders of all time, and many of his tactics and battle plans are still studied in military academies around the world.
  He was twice prime minister under the Tory party and oversaw the passage of the Catholic Relief Act 1829. He was prime minister from 1828–30 and served briefly in 1834. He was unable to prevent the passage of the Reform Act 1832 and continued as one of the leading figures in the House of Lords until his retirement. He remained Commander-in-Chief of the British Army until his death.


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Bermuda banknotes 10 Dollars banknote 1982 Queen Elizabeth & Bermuda Petrel

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Bermuda Banknote - Queen Elizabeth portrait.
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Bermuda 10 Dollars bank note
Currency of Bermuda - 10 dollars banknote of 1982, issued by the Bermuda Monetary Authority
Issued under the authority of the Bermuda legislature; Ten Dollars.
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Obverse: Portrait of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II wearing Queen Alexandra's Kokoshnik Tiara, the King George VI Festoon Necklace, and Queen Mary's Floret Earrings. Coat of arms of Bermuda and Latin motto under the coat of arms, Quo Fata Ferunt, means “Whither the Fates Carry”, Bermudian Oleander.
Reverse: Aerial view of marina with boats and bridge (view of Flatt's Inlet - small channel in Bermuda which joins Harrington Sound with the Atlantic Ocean and Flatt's Bridge crosses the inlet), together with a depiction of the Bermuda Petrel (Cahow in flight) and a large shell (Bermuda Land Snail).
Watermark in the shape of a tuna fish.

Bermudian pound banknote of 1966, Queen Elizabeth.

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Bermudian pound note
Currency of Bermuda - one Pound banknote of 1966, issued by the Bermuda Government.
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Obverse: Portrait of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II wearing George IV State Diadem, created for the coronation of George IV in 1820. Designed with symbols of the rose, thistle and shamrock, the Diadem contains 1,333 diamonds. The necklace worn by The Queen, of diamond flowers and leaves, was a wedding present from Nizam of Hyderabad and Berar., Somerset Bridge, Bermuda.
Reverse: Royal coat of arms of Great Britain, ₤1 one pound ₤1.
Printed by Bradbury Wilkinson and Company, New Malden, England.

Bermuda banknotes Ten Shillings banknote of 1957, Queen Elizabeth II.

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Ten Shillings
Currency of Bermuda - Ten Shillings banknote of 1957, issued by the Bermuda Government.
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Obverse: Early portrait of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II by Dorothy Wilding, the portrait have been taken specifically for coins and postage stamps, which traditionally show the profile of the monarch. Picture of Gate's Fort in St. George, Bermuda.
Reverse: Royal coat of arms of Great Britain, 10/-   Ten Shillings 10/-.
Printed by Bradbury Wilkinson and Company, New Malden, England.

Bermuda banknotes Five shillings banknote, Queen Elizabeth II & Hamilton harbor.

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 Five Shillings, Queen Elizabeth II 
Bermuda Five Shillings old banknote
5/- Five Shillings 5/-
Currency of Bermuda - Five Shillings banknote of 1957, issued by the Bermuda Government.
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Obverse: Banknote featuring the Dorothy Wilding photographic portrait of Queen Elizabeth II.
Picture of ocean liner “Queen of Bermuda” in Hamilton harbor, Bermuda.
Reverse: Royal coat of arms of Great Britain, 5/- Five Shillings 5/-.
Printed by Bradbury Wilkinson and Company, New Malden, England.

“Queen of Bermuda”, a lovely vessel and cruise ship belonging to the UK-owned Furness Withy shipping line. “Queen of Bermuda” made her maiden voyage to the island in 1933 and she steamed between New York and Bermuda on a weekly basis until 1966, except for war service.

British banknotes ₤1 Bermudian Pound note 1947 King George VI & Somerset Bridge

British Bermuda currency banknotes Bermudian pound, King George VI
Bermudian pound, King George VI
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₤1 one pound ₤1
British banknotes - 1 Bermudian Pound note of 1947, issued by the Bermuda Government
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Obverse: Profile portrait of His Majesty, King George VI of Great Britain. Somerset Bridge, Bermuda.
Reverse: Royal coat of arms of Great Britain, ₤1 one pound ₤1.
Printed by Bradbury Wilkinson and Company, New Malden, England.







British notes Bermuda ₤1 Bermudian pound banknote, King George V.

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Bermudian pound
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Bermudian pound note
Bermuda currency - Bermudian pound note of 1927, issued by the Bermuda Government.
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Obverse: Profile portrait of His Majesty, King George V. The Shoreline in Hamilton, Bermuda. Coat of arms of Bermuda. Knight's Long Sword and Bermuda Mace.
Reverse: Royal coat of arms of Great Britain, one pound.
Printed by Bradbury Wilkinson and Company, New Malden, England.

In 1920 - manufacture and presentation of The Mace to the House of Assembly as the authority invested to the Speaker of the House by Her Majesty the Queen. The Mace was made in London by Garrand and Company of silver gilt to commemorate the tercentenary of the institution of Parliamentary Government in Bermuda. While the House is in Session the Mace always points to the Government of the Day.

Trinidad and Tobago currency 100 Trinidad Dollars banknote.

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Trinidad and Tobago 100 dollar note
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100 Trinidad Dollars banknote 
Currency of Trinidad and Tobago 100 Trinidad Dollars banknote of 1964, issued by the Central Bank of Trinidad and Tobago.
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Obverse: Coat of arms of Trinidad and Tobago together with a vignette of a branch with leaves and berries.
Reverse: The Treasury Building - Former Building of Central Bank of Trinidad and Tobago, palm trees on tree at upper right.
Watermark : Bird of Paradise.

Trinidad and Tobago 20 Dollars banknote 1964 Queen Elizabeth II

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Central Bank of Trinidad and Tabago 20 Dollar Note
Trinidad and Tobago 20 Dollars banknote of 1964, issued by the Central Bank of Trinidad and Tobago
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Obverse: Portrait of the young Queen Elizabeth II wearing the regalia of the Order of the Garter, from a painting by Pietro Annigoni.
Reverse: The Treasury Building - Former Building of Central Bank of Trinidad and Tobago, Cocoa pods on tree at upper right.
Watermark : Bird of Paradise.

The Treasury Building on Independence Square, formerly Marine Square, has ,for the most part, retained its original structure despite the fact that it no longer houses the Central Bank of Trinidad and Tobago. To date it houses some of the departments of the Ministry of Finance.


Trinidad and Tobago banknotes - Trinidad and Tobago paper money
Central Bank of Trinidad and Tobago
Queen Elizabeth II, L. 1964 issue


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Cayman Islands 100 Cayman Dollars banknote 1974 Queen Elizabeth & George Town harbor

Cayman Islands currency 100 Caymanian Dollars banknotes, Queen Elizabeth.
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Cayman Islands 100 Cayman Dollars banknote of 1974, issued by the Cayman Islands Currency Board. This note is legal tender for One Hundred Dollars.
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Obverse: Portrait of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II wearing Queen Alexandra's Kokoshnik Tiara, the King George VI Festoon Necklace, and Queen Mary's Floret Earrings. Cayman Islands Coat of Arms and Motto, Pirate treasure chest with the lid open brimming with gold coins, Angelfish, Branch Coral.
Reverse: Aerial View of George Town harbor on Grand Cayman, Caribbean Sea, Cayman Islands.
Printed by Thomas De La Rue currency note printers in England.



Cayman Islands banknotes 1974 Currency Law Issue

    1 Dollar    5 Dollars    10 Dollars    25 Dollars    40 Dollars  

50 Dollars      100 Dollars





Portrait of Her Majesty is adapted from a photograph taken prior to a Royal Tour of India and Pakistan and it is one of the more widely used images of The Queen. Her Majesty is shown wearing Queen Alexandra's Kokoshnik Tiara, the King George VI Festoon Necklace, and Queen Mary's Floret Earrings. The Kokoshnik Tiara, which is sometimes known as the Russian Fringe Tiara, was designed in the style of a Russian peasant girl's headdress. The design of the Kokoshnik tiara was based on a similar tiara owned by Queen Alexandra's sister, The Empress of Russia. Created by Garrard, the tiara has sixty-one platinum bars set with 488 diamonds. The tiara was presented to Queen Alexandra, while still a princess, on the occasion of her silver wedding anniversary. It was a gift from three hundred and sixty-five peeresses of the realm. The Festoon Necklace was created from one hundred and five diamonds, at the request of King George VI, from diamonds he inherited on becoming King.

Cayman Islands banknotes 40 Dollars banknote of 1974 Queen Elizabeth II & Grand Cayman Pirates Week Festival

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Cayman Islands 40 Dollars banknote
Cayman Islands banknotes forty Dollars, Cayman Pirates Week Festival
 Forty Dollars bank note - Cayman Pirates Week Festival
Cayman Islands banknotes 40 Dollars banknote of 1974, issued by the Cayman Islands Currency Board.
This note is legal tender for Forty Dollars.
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Obverse: Portrait of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II wearing Queen Alexandra's Kokoshnik Tiara, the King George VI Festoon Necklace, and Queen Mary's Floret Earrings. Cayman Islands Coat of Arms and Motto, Pirate treasure chest with the lid open brimming with gold coins, Two Seahorses, seashell.
Reverse: Cayman Pirates Week Festival, $40.
Printed by Thomas De La Rue currency note printers in England.


Cayman Islands banknotes 1974 Currency Law Issue

    1 Dollar       5 Dollars       10 Dollars       25 Dollars       40 Dollars  

50 Dollars           100 Dollars




The Cayman Islands hosts an annual Grand Cayman Pirates Week Festival - although it's called Pirates Week, it's actually 11 fun-filled days with parades and fireworks costume contests, music, street dancing, various competitions, Heritage Days.

Pirate's Week festivities in the Cayman Islands start with a mock "pirate invasion" from the sea. Two old-time sailing vessels - including the famous Jolly Roger - loaded with friendly "pirates" make a Saturday surprise landing at the bowl-shaped George Town harbor with the pirates capturing the Governor. Thousands of people line the streets to participate in the spectacle or just watch and enjoy the festivities.

Cayman Islands Pirate's Week commences with fireworks, followed by a local song contest and then, almost every day for 11 straight days, Caribbean rhythms pulsate in open-air street dances until the wee hours of the morning.

Cayman Islands Pirates Week is the only event of its kind in the entire Caribbean region.

Cayman Islands Currency 25 Dollars banknote of 1974 Queen Elizabeth II

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 Cayman Islands Currency 25 Dollars banknote, Queen Elizabeth II
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Twenty Five Dollars
Cayman Islands Currency 25 Dollars banknote of 1974, issued by the Cayman Islands Currency Board. This note is legal tender for Twenty Five Dollars.
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Obverse: Portrait of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II wearing Queen Alexandra's Kokoshnik Tiara, the King George VI Festoon Necklace, and Queen Mary's Floret Earrings. Cayman Islands Coat of Arms and Motto, Pirate treasure chest with the lid open brimming with gold coins.
Reverse: Compass and Map of the Cayman Islands - three islands of Grand Cayman, Cayman Brac, and Little Cayman, $25.
Printed by Thomas De La Rue Company Limited, England.


Cayman Islands banknotes 1974 Currency Law Issue

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Bahamas currency 10 Bahamian Dollars banknote 1974 Queen Elizabeth II

Bahamas currency banknotes 10 Bahamian Dollar, Queen Elizabeth
 Bahamas Ten Dollars banknote, Queen Elizabeth II  
Bahamas money currency Bahamian Dollars bank note flamingos
Bahamas 10-dollar note
Bahamas currency 10 Bahamian Dollars banknote of 1974, Queen Elizabeth II
1974 "Central Bank Act" Issue, issued by the Central Bank of The Bahamas

Obverse: One of the more beautiful portraits of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, wearing the George IV State Diadem and the necklace that was a wedding gift from the Nizam of Hyderabad and Berar.
Reverse: Flamingos - National Bird of the Bahamas.
Printed by Thomas De La Rue & Company, Limited, London England.

Bahamian Banknotes - Bahamas Paper Money
1965 "Currency Note Act" Issue
50 Cents   1 Dollar   3 Dollars   5 Dollars   10 Dollars   

20 Dollars   50 Dollars   100 Dollars



   The world's largest colonies of Caribbean flamingos in Inagua National Park, Bahamas.
There, on 287 square miles, lives the world's largest colony of West Indian Flamingos. Driven almost to the point of extinction, flamingo "fine feathered friends" now number in the thousands, more than 60,000 in fact.
 The Caribbean flamingo is found throughout the Caribbean including Cuba, the Bahamas and Southern Florida, the Galapagos Islands and the Northern coast of South America. Thousands of these birds live together in salt lakes, lagoons and mudflats.
Pink? The flamingos’ colour is a result of their diet. Their brilliant red, hot pinks, corals and oranges come from the “carotenoid” pigments in the algae and in some of the crustaceans that the birds eat (similar to the pigment in carrots). Their scientific name “Phoenicopterus” is from the Greek word for flamingo and means 'red-feathered'.

Bahamas 5 Bahamian Dollars banknote 1965 Queen Elizabeth II

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Queen Elizabeth on the Bahamas notes
Bahamas five dollar note money Bahamian Dollars
Bahamas 5 Dollar note
Currency of The Bahamas 5 Bahamian Dollars banknote of 1965, Queen Elizabeth II
"Currency Note Act" Issue

Obverse: One of the more beautiful portraits of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, wearing the George IV State Diadem and the necklace that was a wedding gift from the Nizam of Hyderabad and Berar.
Reverse: Bahamas Government House in Nassau and Christopher Columbus Statue located at the foot of Government house.
Printed by Thomas De La Rue currency note printers in England.

Bahamian Banknotes - Bahamas Paper Money
1965 "Currency Note Act" Issue
50 Cents      1 Dollar      3 Dollars      5 Dollars      10 Dollars     

 20 Dollars      50 Dollars      100 Dollars



Bahamas Government House in Nassau
   Government House is the residence of the Governor-General, the Queen’s representative in the Bahamas. Like in Canada, the role is largely ceremonial and an elected prime-mister is the acting head of government. Constructed in 1806 this house is built in the neoclassical style with a central pediment and like the Parliament buildings is painted bright pink.
   The statue of Christopher Columbus, which stands at the harborside entrance of the building, was reportedly designed in London by an aide to American novelist Washington Irving, a Columbus biographer. The 12-foot-tall representation was placed in front of Government House by Governor James Carmichael Smyth in 1830. As another observer wrote of the statue, "It is fortunate that the statue is labeled, for otherwise no one would ever guess that the swaggering, piratical-looking figure, with a slouch hat cocked rakishly on its head and a toga over its shoulder, is intended to represent Columbus".

Belize Two Dollars banknote, Queen Elizabeth.

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Belize Two Dollars banknote of 1976.
 This note is legal tender for the payment of any amount.

Obverse: Portrait of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, the engraving was based on a photograph taken by Dorothy Wilding. The Queen is wearing the George IV State Diadem, created for the coronation of George IV in 1820. Designed with symbols of the rose, thistle and shamrock, the Diadem contains 1,333 diamonds. The necklace worn by The Queen, of diamond flowers and leaves, was a wedding present from Nizam of Hyderabad and Berar. Coat of arms of Belize.
Reverse: The Government of Belize.

Belize one Dollar banknote, Queen Elizabeth.

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Belize dollar
Belize One Dollar banknote of 1975.
This note is legal tender for the payment of any amount.

Obverse: Portrait of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, the engraving was based on a photograph taken by Dorothy Wilding. Coat of arms of Belize.
Reverse: The Government of Belize.

Jamaica 5 Shillings banknote, King George VI.

Jamaica banknotes 5 Shillings note money currency, King George VI
 Jamaica Five Shillings banknote, King George VI.  
Jamaica Shilling
FIVE SHILLINGS
Jamaica 5 Shillings banknote of 1955.
   Government of Jamaica; Currency notes are legal tender for the payment of any amount.

Obverse: Portrait of His Majesty King George VI.
Reverse: Coat of arms of Jamaica, 5/- Five Shillings 5/-.
Watermark: Pineapple.
Printed by Thomas De La Rue Company Limited, England.

Eastern Caribbean 100 Dollars banknote, Queen Elizabeth.

Eastern Caribbean money currency Dollars banknote, Queen Elizabeth
$100 Dollars bill of Eastern Caribbean
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Eastern Caribbean currency - $100 one hundred Dollars banknote
Eastern Caribbean 100 Dollars banknote ND (2003) "Silver Foil" Issue, issued by the Eastern Caribbean Central Bank. These Notes are Legal Tender for the Payment of Any Amount. Suffix letter M (Montserrat).

Obverse: Portrait of The Queen Elizabeth II is based on a photograph by Peter Grugeon; Eastern Caribbean Central Bank building; turtle; Green-throated Carib; Silver foil with flower at upper right.
Reverse: Portrait of Sir William Arthur Lewis (January 23, 1915 – June 15, 1991) was a Saint Lucian economist well known for his contributions in the field of economic development. In 1979 he won the Nobel Memorial Prize in Economics; A compass rose and Map of the Organization of Eastern Caribbean States; View of the (ECCB) Eastern Caribbean Central Bank building ; Tropical Fish.
Printed by De La Rue, United Kingdom.


East Caribbean banknotes - East Caribbean paper money

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50 Caribbean Dollars banknote, Queen Elizabeth.

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Eastern Caribbean 50 Dollars Bill
Eastern Caribbean money currency fifty Dollar Banknote bill
Eastern Caribbean 50 Dollar Banknote
50 Eastern Caribbean Dollars banknote ND (2003) "Silver Foil" Issue, issued by the Eastern Caribbean Central Bank. These Notes are Legal Tender for the Payment of Any Amount. Suffix letter V (St. Vincent)

Obverse: Portrait of The Queen Elizabeth II is based on a photograph by Peter Grugeon; Eastern Caribbean Central Bank building; turtle; Green-throated Carib; Silver foil with flower at upper right.
Reverse: A view of the British fort - Brimstone Hill Fortress National Park on the island of St. Kitts; A compass rose and Map of the Organization of Eastern Caribbean States; View of the twin peaks of Les Pitons Volcano - Petit Piton and Gros Piton near Soufriere in St. Lucia; Tropical Fish.
Printed by De La Rue, United Kingdom.

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10 Eastern Caribbean Dollars banknote, Queen Elizabeth.

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Eastern Caribbean 10 Dollar Banknote
10 Eastern Caribbean Dollars banknote ND (2008) "Silver Foil" Issue, issued by the Eastern Caribbean Central Bank. These Notes are Legal Tender for the Payment of Any Amount.
Serial suffix letter system for the individual member states discontinued without marks for the blind

Obverse: Portrait of The Queen Elizabeth II is based on a photograph by Peter Grugeon, taken at the time of Her Majesty's Silver Jubilee in 1977, and it is one of the more popular images of The Queen. Her Majesty is depicted wearing Grand Duchess Vladimir's tiara and Queen Victoria's Golden Jubilee necklace. The tiara was smuggled out of Russia during the Russian Revolution and is now owned by The Queen; Eastern Caribbean Central Bank building; turtle; Green-throated Carib; Silver foil with fish at upper right.
Reverse: A view of the Admiralty Bay on the island of Bequia, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines;  A compass rose and Map of the Organization of Eastern Caribbean States; The Warspite sailing ship (The Warspite schooner is an iconic symbol of Anguilla Island); Brown Pelican (Pelecanus occidentalis); fish.
Printed by De La Rue, United Kingdom.



Watermark - Portrait of Queen Elizabeth II. The mould-made watermark appears three-dimensional when the note is held up to the light.

Security Thread - The security thread has been upgraded. When the banknote is viewed from the front under reflected UV light, the letters ECCB and the denominational value of the note are clearly visible in yellow, against a blue background.

A second security thread has also been added. This is a narrow, continuous black line, to the left of the Queen's portrait.

Electrotype - The electrotype reads "ECCB" and enhances the visibility and security of the traditional mould-made watermark.

Intaglio Over Foil - The notes bear a highly reflective foil, which shows the denomination. The letters ECCB and the denomination can be seen in small print around the foil. The presence of intaglio enhances the security of the notes.

Silver Metallic Ink - A compass rose is printed in silver coloured ink on the back of the notes. The ink gives a metallic lustre to the image, and enhances its appearance.

Iridescent print - On the back of the notes, there is an area printed with a special iridescent ink, which has a golden sheen. If you move the note around in the light, you can see the image of several fishes which appear and disappear depending on the angle of view.
See-through Feature - On all of the banknotes, there are fish in the bottom left hand corner on the front of the notes. When the notes are held up to the light, parts of the fish fill in, as areas on the back of the note line up perfectly with the front.

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East Caribbean Currency 20 Dollars banknote, Queen Elizabeth.

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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.