5 Maltese Liri banknote (Agatha Barbara)
The Central Bank of Malta issued Maltese Lira banknotes in 7 different denominations, including this 5 Maltese Liri banknote (Agatha Barbara). They are part of the Maltese Lira banknotes series. The Central Bank of Malta started issuing these 5 Maltese Lira banknotes in 1986. They were withdrawn from circulation in 1989.
Hames Liri’ is Maltese for ‘Five Lira’. The blue-coloured Lm5 bill has the portrait of Malta’s first female president Agatha Barbara on the obverse side. The reverse side of the 5 Liri bill from Malta features a view on a harbour with a man making fishing pots, a woman making lace and four windsurfers.
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1 MTL = £0.1946500000
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