withdrawn Jamaican Dollar banknotes
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Convert your leftover withdrawn Jamaican Dollar banknotes to cash using our hassle-free online exchange service. Get paid fast for your unused currency from Jamaica.
Banknotes smaller than $50 have been withdrawn from circulation in Jamaica. These withdrawn Jamaican Dollar banknotes of $20, $10, $5, $2, $1 and 50c can still be exchanged using our online exchange service. In addition we also enable you to exchange your current Jamaican Dollar banknotes and any Jamaican dollar and cent coins.
Do you have withdrawn Jamaican Dollar banknotes like the ones in the pictures below?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 Jamaican Dollars. Click on the Wallet symbol to complete checkout and get paid within 5 days of receiving your currencies.
20 Jamaican Dollars banknote (Noel N. Nethersole)The $20 Jamaican Dollars banknote has the portrait of cricket player, economist and Minister for Finance Noel Newton ‘Crab’ Nethersole on the front side. The back side of the twenty dollars banknote shows the Bank of Jamaica tower building in Kingston. The $20 JMD bill was replaced by a coin in the year 2000.You get: £0.056801 JMD = £0.0028400000
10 Jamaican Dollars banknote (George William Gordon)Jamaican national hero George William Gordon is portrayed on the front side of the $10 dollars note from Jamaica. On the back side of the blue coloured ten Jamaican dollars bill is an image of a bauxite mine in Jamaica.You get: £0.028401 JMD = £0.0028400000
5 Jamaican Dollars banknote (Norman Manley)The $5 dollars banknote from Jamaica features the portrait of statesman and national hero Norman Manley. On the back side of the five dollars bill is an image of the old Parliament building in Kingston, also known as Headquarters House or Hibbert House, named after Thomas Hibbert, an English merchant and plantation owner. The five … ContinuedYou get: £0.014201 JMD = £0.0028400000
2 Jamaican Dollars banknote (Paul Bogle)On the obverse side of the $2 Jamaican Dollars bill is a portrait of national hero Paul Bogle, leader of the Morant Bay protesters. The reverse side of the two dollars banknote features a group of school children in uniform alongside the national motto of Jamaica: ‘Out of many, one people’.You get: £0.005681 JMD = £0.0028400000
1 Jamaican Dollar banknote (Sir Alexander Bustamante)The $1 Jamaican dollar banknote has the image of the first President of Jamaica, Sir Alexander Bustamante. On the back side is a harbour view with images of plants and flower native to the Caribbean. The one dollar banknote has been replaced by a $1 coin.You get: £0.002841 JMD = £0.0028400000
50 cents Jamaican Dollars banknote (Marcus Garvey)This banknote of fifty cents from Jamaica is the equivalent of half a dollar. It used to be the lowest value banknote in Jamaica until it was replaced by a coin in 1976. The portrait on the red coloured 50c bill is that of Jamaican black nationalism leader Marcus Garvey. On the back side of … ContinuedYou get: £0.001421 JMD = £0.0028400000