1 Dollar - Elizabeth II
|Queen||Elizabeth II (1952-date)|
|Size||158 × 69 mm|
The vignette at the left depicts the Spiny lobster, Panulirus argus which is native to Belize’s waters. It is one of our main exports and considered a delicacy. The Spiny lobster is an endangered species and, for its protection, has a closed season. The Jade Head is at the upper left corner. In the centre is a new portrait of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth the Second, a design in blue and gold of the queen Trigger-fish, the queen Angel-fish, and Belize's Coat of Arms and the Silver fish at the lower left corner. On the right is the see-through feature which, when held up to the light, forms the complete design of the blue marlin.
Central Bank of Belize
ISSUED UNDER AUTHORITY OF THE CENTRAL BANK OF BELIZE ACT, 1982
LEGAL TENDER FOR THE PAYMENT IN BELIZE OF ANY AMOUNT
GOVERNOR FINANCIAL SECRETARY DIRECTOR
BELIZE 1st. MAY 1990
The main picture on the reverse of the note depicts an underwater reef scene. Among the corals and fishes illustrated are: the Star coral, Montastrea cavernosa, the Sea fan, Gorgonia ventalina, the Elkhorn coral, Acropora palmate, two species of the Brain coral, Deploria spp, the Smallmouth grunt, Haemulon chrysargyreum, the Nassau grouper, Epinephelus striatus, the Jackknife-fish, Equetus lanceolatus, the Atlantic Spade fish, Diploria chaetodipterus and the Coral crab, Carpilius corallinus.
CENTRAL BANK OF BELIZE
Issued 1st May 1990
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