Banknotes from Singapore

Singapore is a city state on an island at the tip of the Malay Peninsula in South East Asia. It lies on the very strategic shipping route named The Straits. Founded in 1819 by Sir Stamford Raffles, it's free trading status made it a popular port, with East India Company funding until it became a Crown Colony in 1867. It became a British naval base in the 1920s, but it fell to Japan in WWII in 1942. Upon liberation in 1945, decolonisation saw the eventual independence of the British colonies as the Federation of Malaysia in 1963; but Singapore was expelled in 1965, becoming it's own nation state and an economic success in the later 20th century. As of 2018, Singapore's population is 5.5 million packed on just 278 square miles. It uses the Singapore Dollar.
Wikidata: Q334

See also: Malaya, Straits Settlements, Malaya and British Borneo

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Dollar (1967-date)

100 Cents = 1 Dollar

Available for swap 1 Dollar
(1967-1972)

Standard banknote
121 × 64 mm
P# 1, N# 203449
Available for swap 5 Dollars
(1967-1973)

Standard banknote
127 × 71 mm
P# 2, N# 208124
10 Dollars
(1967-1973)

Standard banknote
133 × 79 mm
P# 3, N# 208126
50 Dollars
(1967-1973)

Standard banknote
146 × 87 mm
P# 5, N# 208131
100 Dollars
(1967-1973)

Standard banknote
159 × 95 mm
P# 6, N# 215077
1000 Dollars
(1967-1975)

Standard banknote
159 × 95 mm
P# 8, N# 215078
25 Dollars
(1972)

Standard banknote
140 × 79 mm
P# 4, N# 208129
500 Dollars
(1972)

Standard banknote
159 × 95 mm
P# 7, N# 215080
10000 Dollars
(1973)

Standard banknote

P# 8A, N# 229401
Available for swap 1 Dollar
(1976)

Standard banknote
125 × 63 mm
P# 9, N# 205587
Available for swap 5 Dollars
(1976)

Standard banknote
133 × 66 mm
P# 10, N# 202932
50 Dollars
(1976)

Standard banknote
157 × 75 mm
P# 13, N# 228854