Banknotes from Barbados

Barbados is an island country in the Eastern Caribbean with a population of almost 300,000. It became an English colony in 1627 and an independent country in 1966. Most Barbadians are of African descent, and the country is known for its beautiful Caribbean sceneries and is therefore a popular tourist destination. The Barbadian Dollar was introduced in 1972, replacing the East Caribbean Dollar at par. It is pegged to the U.S. Dollar at a rate of 2 Barbadian Dollars per USD. Because of the peg, U.S. Dollars are widely accepted in Barbados.
Wikidata: Q244

See also: Eastern Caribbean States

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Pound sterling (1158-1970)

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

1 Pound
1915-1917

Standard banknote

P# 1, N# 318103

Dollar (1848-1949)

1 Dollar = 4 Shillings 2 Pence

1 Dollar - George VI
1938-1949

Standard banknote
150 × 65 mm
P# 2, N# 206953
2 Dollars - George VI
1938-1949

Standard banknote

P# 3, N# 275418
5 Dollars (Colonial Bank)
1898-1912

Standard banknote

P# S141, N# 295229
5 Dollars (Royal Bank of Canada)
1909

Standard banknote
187 × 83 mm
P# S161, N# 275363
5 Dollars (Colonial Bank)
1918-1919

Standard banknote

P# S151, N# 321581
5 Dollars / 1 Pound 10 Pence (Royal Bank of Canada)
1920

Standard banknote
187 × 87 mm
P# S171, N# 275367
5 Dollars (Canadian Bank of Commerce)
1922

Standard banknote
183 × 86 mm
P# S120, P# S121, N# 275249
5 Dollars (Barclays Bank)
1922-1936

Standard banknote

P# S101, N# 221047
5 Dollars (Barclays Bank)
1937-1949

Standard banknote

P# S111, N# 221096
5 Dollars / 1 Pound 10 Pence (Royal Bank of Canada)
1938

Standard banknote
154 × 83 mm
P# S181, N# 275365
5 Dollars - George VI
1938-1943

Standard banknote
150 × 65 mm
P# 4, N# 275419
20 Dollars (Royal Bank of Canada)
1909

Standard banknote
185 × 83 mm
P# S162, N# 321582