50 cents Jamaican Dollars banknote (Marcus Garvey)

The Bank of Jamaica issued Jamaican Dollar banknotes in 6 different denominations, including this 50 cents Jamaican Dollars banknote (Marcus Garvey). They are part of the withdrawn Jamaican Dollar banknotes series. The Bank of Jamaica started issuing these 0.5 Jamaican Dollar banknotes in 1970. They were withdrawn from circulation in 1976.

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 the $0.50 JMD banknote is Rodney’s Memorial in Spanish Town, Jamaica.

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1 JMD = £0.00308

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