Banknotes from Antigua and Barbuda

Antigua and Barbuda is a country of two islands in the north part of the Leeward Islands of the Caribbean. The English colonised the islands from the 17th century and they became independent in 1981. Most of the population of 90,000 live on Antigua, with only 1600 residing on the island of Barbuda. Antigua and Barbuda use the East Caribbean Dollar but have also issued collector coins in its own name.
Wikidata: Q781

See also: Eastern Caribbean States

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Pound sterling (1825-1955)

4 Farthings = 1 Penny • 12 Pence = 1 Shilling • 5 Shillings = 1 Crown • 20 Shillings = 1 Pound

5 Dollars
1937-1940

Standard banknote

P# S108, N# 211762
Available for swap 5 Dollars / 1 Pound 10 Pence (Antigua)
1938

Standard banknote

P# S117, N# 205578

Dollar (1965-date)

100 Cents = 1 Dollar

30 Dollars
(1981)

Commemorative note: Independence.

N# 297453
30 Dollars - Independence
1981

Commemorative note: Independence.
152 × 69 mm
N# 326987
Available for swap 100 Dollars (Gold & Silver)
1981

Commemorative note: Gold & silver – 1981 Independence
153 × 70 mm
N# 259232

Numista referee for banknotes of this issuer is Hibernia.

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