withdrawn Barbadian Dollar banknotes
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Convert your leftover withdrawn Barbadian Dollar banknotes to cash using our hassle-free online exchange service. Get paid fast for your unused currency from Barbados.
The older types of Barbadian dollar banknotes feature National Heroes Square, formerly known as Trafalgar Square, in the Bajan capital city Bridgetown. These banknotes, issued in denominations from $1 to $100 BBD are no longer in use on Barbados and were replaced by the modern series which has more advanced security features.
We are able to exchange these withdrawn Barbados dollar banknotes. In addition we also exchange current Barbados dollar banknotes and Bajan dollar and cent coins.
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1 Barbados Dollar banknote (National Heroes Square)The banknote of $1 Barbados dollars was replaced by a $1 coin in 1980. Until then it was the smallest denomination banknote in Barbados. Like the $20 dollar bill that was issued later it has the portrait of Samuel Jackman Prescod, founder of the Bajan Liberal Party.You get: £0.233321 BBD = £0.2333200000
2 Barbados Dollars banknote (National Heroes Square)Like all other Bajan banknotes, the $2 dollars bill has an important Barbadian scientist or statesman on the front side and National Heroes Square, Bridgetown, on the back side. The man on the portrait on the front side is scientist and agronomist John Redman Bovell.You get: £0.466641 BBD = £0.2333200000
5 Barbados Dollars banknote (National Heroes Square)The green-coloured $5 banknote from Barbados’ older banknotes series has an image of National Heroes Square on the back side. The square in Bridgetown used to be called Trafalgar Square.You get: £1.166601 BBD = £0.2333200000
10 Barbados Dollars banknote (National Heroes Square)The founder of Bajan’s Democratic League, Charles Duncan O’Neal, is pictured on this $10 banknote from Barbados. The image on the back side is the same on all older type of Barbados dollar banknotes: National Heroes Square in Bridgetown.You get: £2.333201 BBD = £0.2333200000
20 Barbados Dollars banknote (National Heroes Square)The $20 bill from Barbados has the same portrait as the old one dollar bill, that of Samuel Jackman Prescod. On the back side is a view on National Heroes Square in Bridgetown with the Barbados Parliament building. The $20 note features the Bajan motto ‘Pride and Industry’.You get: £4.666401 BBD = £0.2333200000
50 Barbados Dollars banknote (National Heroes Square)The colourful banknote of $50 dollars from Barbados has the portrai of Errol Barrow, first Prime Minister of Barbados. On the back side is an image of National Heroes Square in the Barbadian capital Bridgetown.You get: £11.666001 BBD = £0.2333200000
100 Barbados Dollars banknote (National Heroes Square)Sir Grantley Adams is pictured on the $100 banknote from Barbados. On the back of this older type hundred Bajan dollars bill is National Heroes Square (formerly Trafalgar Square) in the Bajan capital Bridgetown.You get: £23.332001 BBD = £0.2333200000