Bahamas 20 Dollars banknote 1984 Queen Elizabeth II

Bahamas Banknotes 20 Dollars banknote 1984 Queen Elizabeth II
Bahamas money currency 20 Dollars banknote 1984 Cruise Ships

Bahamas Banknotes 20 Dollars banknote 1984 Queen Elizabeth II
Central Bank of The Bahamas

Obverse: Portrait of HM Queen Elizabeth II. Map of Bahamas at center. On the left side is Nassau Horse Drawn Carriage. More to the right is Bank of Bahamas logo. Is a stylized flower Tecoma stans or Yellow elder (Bahamas national flower).
Reverse: Cruise Ships in Nassau Harbour (Prince George Wharf in Nassau Harbour), New Providence. The picture is surrounded by various images, which include, on the right, a rainbow-arc flanked by the numeral $20 and the words “Twenty Dollars”, above, the words “The Central Bank of The Bahamas”, and on the right, the coat of arms of the Commonwealth of The Bahamas.
Watermark: Spanish galleon "Santa Maria", the flagship of the first expedition of Columbus sailing on the sea the sun shone. Her foremast shows pennant Expedition (white with a green cross and the first letters of the names of the Spanish royal couple, sent an expedition - Ferdinand and Isabella), and on the main and mizzen-mast - then flag and pennant Spain lion of Leon and Castillo.

This portrait of HM 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. In most renditions of this portrait, the Royal Family Order of King George VI is apparent below the left-hand shoulder of Her Majesty, while the uppermost portion of the Royal Family Order of King George V is apparent in only some renditions of the portrait.

Bahamian Banknotes - Bahamas Paper Money
1984 Issue, Central Bank Act 1974

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