Coins from Bermuda

Bermuda is a British Overseas Territory in the North Atlantic north of Puerto Rico and east of the USA. It was first sighted in 1503 by Spanish captain Juan de Bermudez, after whom the islands are named. For over 100 years no one settled Bermuda except for shipwrecked sailors and a large number of pigs released by Europeans, which is why the Bermudian 1 Cent coin depicts a hog. British settlement began in 1609. In 1968 Bermuda became self-governing. Two years later it replaced the British Pound with the Bermudian Dollar which is at par with the US Dollar. Earlier occasional Bermudian coins do exist, with the 1793 Penny being famous for its design. In 1959 and 1964 commemorative silver Crowns were issued for the islands. Bermuda has a population of 64,000.
Wikidata: Q23635

See also: Eastern Caribbean States, United Kingdom

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Dollar (1970-date)

100 Cents = 1 Dollar

90 Dollars - Elizabeth II (San Pedro)
2007

Non-circulating coin: Shipwreck Series - The "San Pedro"
Gold (.999) • 155.52 g • ⌀ 65 mm
Fr# 42, Schön# 228, N# 70408

Hogge money coinage

2 Pence
(1616)

Brass • 1.70 g
KM# 1, N# 105262

Dollar (1970-date)

100 Cents = 1 Dollar

250 Dollars - Elizabeth II (Royal Wedding - Piedfort)
1981

Pattern: Wedding of Prince Charles and Lady Diana
Gold (.917) • 31.96 g • ⌀ 28.4 mm
KM# P1, N# 126118

Hogge money coinage