|Value||20 Dollars (20 BZD)|
|Size||140 × 70 mm|
Colours: Brown, chestnut, and orange
On the right shows the novel numbering and the see-through feature which, when held up to the light, forms the complete design of the head of the Tapir, Tapirus bairdii, national animal of Belize. 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. The vignette at on the left shows the jaguar (one of the most majestic animals) with the Jade Head in the upper left corner and the Silver fish in the lower left corner.
Colours: Brown and orange
The main picture shows some of Belize’s most interesting animals. These consist of one of the many species of native bat, Artibeus spp, the Howler monkey, Alouatta pigra, the Anteater, Tamandua mexicana, the Kinkajou or night-walker, Potos flavus, the Tayra or bush-dog, Eira barbara, the White-tail deer, Odocoileus virginianus, the Peccary, Tayassu tajacu, and the head of the jaguar, Pantheraonca.
Carved Head of the sleeping Giant
Printer : Thomas De La Rue & Company, Limited (England) - TDLR
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