Banknotes from Hawaii

Hawaii is the name of an island and archipelago in the Pacific Ocean that became the 50th state of the USA in 1959. From 1795 until 1893 it was an independent kingdom after which it became a republic. In 1898 it was annexed by the USA. Hawaii's present-day population totals 1.4 million people.
Wikidata: Q782

See also: United States

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Dollar (1847-1898)

100 Cents = 1 Dollar

5 Dollars (Gold Certificate of Deposit)
1895

Standard banknote

P# 6, N# 334048
5 Dollars (Silver Certificate of Deposit)
1895

Standard banknote

P# 11, N# 334053
10 Dollars (Certificate of Deposit)
(1879-1880)

Standard banknote

P# 1, N# 252311
10 Dollars (Gold Certificate of Deposit)
1895

Standard banknote

P# 7, N# 334049
10 Dollars (Silver Certificate of Deposit)
1895

Standard banknote

P# 12, N# 334054
20 Dollars (Certificate of Deposit)
(1879-1880)

Standard banknote

P# 2, N# 333960
20 Dollars (Gold Certificate of Deposit)
1895

Standard banknote

P# 8, N# 334050