5 Jamaican Dollars banknote (Norman Manley)

The Bank of Jamaica issued Jamaican Dollar banknotes in 6 different denominations, including this 5 Jamaican Dollars banknote (Norman Manley). They are part of the withdrawn Jamaican Dollar banknotes series. The Bank of Jamaica started issuing these 5 Jamaican Dollar banknotes in 1970. They were withdrawn from circulation in 1999.

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 The five dollars banknote has been replaced by a $5 coin which also has the image of Norman Manley.

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1 JMD = £0.00308

You get: £0.02

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