The Eastern Caribbean Central Bank issued Eastern Caribbean dollar banknotes in 6 different denominations, including this 100 Eastern Caribbean dollars banknote (holographic security thread). They are part of the current Eastern Caribbean Dollar banknotes series. The Eastern Caribbean Central Bank started issuing these 100 Eastern Caribbean dollar banknotes in 2016. They are currently still in circulation.
This brown and green $100 Eastern Caribbean banknote depicts Queen Elizabeth II, and has a broad holgraphic strip and a foil flower as the prominent security features. It also shows fish and a turtle swimming, and a hummingbird feeding. The back of the note shows Sir Arthur Lewis, the Nobel Prize winning economist from St Lucia, the ECCB Central Bank headquarters in St Kitts and Nevis, a map f the islands of the Eastern Caribbean, and swallows flying.
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