Barbadian Dollar coins
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Convert your leftover Barbadian Dollar coins to cash using our hassle-free online exchange service. Get paid fast for your unused currency from Barbados.
Coins from 1c to $1 were introduced to Barbados by the Bridgetown-based Central Bank of Barbados in 1973. Today’s Barbadian dollar and cent coins have the same design as the original coins issued in 1973, only a different metal content. All Barbadian coins feature the coat of arms of Barbados with the words ‘Pride and Industry’.
In addition to Bajan Dollar and cent coins, we also exchange Barbadian Dollar banknotes.
Do you have Barbadian Dollar coins like the ones in the pictures below? Add the amount you want to exchange to your Wallet. You'll see exactly how much money you'll get for your Barbadian Dollars. Click on the Wallet symbol to complete checkout and get paid within 5 days of receiving your currencies.
1 dollar coin BarbadosThe $1 Bajan dollar coin exists in a large version (1973-1986) and a smaller version (1988 and after), we accept both types for exchange. On the front of the $1 Barbadian dollar piece is the national fish of Barbados: the flying fish. Barbados is known as ‘the land of the flying fish’. On the back … ContinuedYou get: £0.192741 BBD = £0.1927400000
25 cents coin BarbadosThe quarter dollar coin from Barbados features the Morgan Lewis Windmill in St Andrew, a famous Caribbean landmark. The national arms of Barbados are also featured on the 25c coin, with the words ‘Pride and Industry’.You get: £0.048191 BBD = £0.1927400000
10 cents coin BarbadosThe bird on the 10c coin from Barbados is a common tern, a seabird. The ten cents coin exists in a copper nickel version and a nickel plated steel version. Both silver coloured types have the same design and feature the Barbadian coat of arms.You get: £0.019271 BBD = £0.1927400000
5 cents coin BarbadosThe gold-coloured Bajan coin of five cents features South Point Lighthouse, the first lighthouse erected in Barbados. On the back of the 5c piece is the Barbadian coat of arms. The coin exists in a brass version (1973-2007) and a brass plated steel version (2007 and after).You get: £0.009641 BBD = £0.1927400000
1 cent coin BarbadosThe 1 cent coin from Barbados exists in three types: a copper version, a copper plated zinc version, both non-magnetic, and a magnetic copper plated steel version. The copper coloured Bajan 1c coin features the Barbadian Trident and the coat of arms of Barbados, with the motto ‘Pride and Industry’.You get: £0.001931 BBD = £0.1927400000