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The Central Bank of Trinidad and Tobago has replaced all paper TT$ banknotes with polymer ones. The old paper TTD dollars are no longer legal tender from December 2021.
All current paper Trinidad and Tobago Dollar banknotes are made of polymer plastic and have one vertical serial number on the front side. They are from the series issued in 2015 (commemorative), 2019 and after. They are different to the older style paper TTD banknotes.
All current banknotes in Trinidad and Tobago feature the national coat of arms and a bird species native to Trinidad or the small Caribbean island of Tobago. The banknotes in circulation in Trinidad and Tobago are $1, $5, $10, $20, $50 and $100 TTD.
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1 Trinidad and Tobago Dollar polymer banknoteThe polymer $1 dollar banknote from Trinidad and Tobago shows the country’s coat of arms in the centre on the front side. To the left are two scarlet ibis birds. On the back side of the 1 TTD bill is an image of the Central Bank of Trinidad & Tobago headquarters building, in Eric Williams … ContinuedYou get: £0.086691 TTD = £0.0866900000
5 Trinidad and Tobago Dollars polymer banknoteThe green-coloured polymer banknote of five dollars from Trinidad and Tobago features a blue-capped motmot bird on a branch. The front side of the $5 bill also shows the Trinidad and Toboggan coat of arms with the country’s national motto “Together we aspire, together we achieve”. On the back side of the 5 TTD note … ContinuedYou get: £0.433451 TTD = £0.0866900000
10 Trinidad and Tobago Dollars polymer banknoteTrinidad & Tobago’s polymer $10 dollar note features the Caribbean’s country national coat of arms in the centre of the obverse side, with a piping guan bird on the left. The reverse side of the $10 TTD bill shows the two towered building of the Central Bank of Trididad and Tobago, as well as an … ContinuedYou get: £0.866901 TTD = £0.0866900000
20 Trinidad and Tobago Dollars polymer banknoteThe front side of the polymer $20 Trinidad and Tobago dollars banknote shows a white-tailed sabrewing hummingbird next to the national coat of arms of Trinidad & Tobago. The building on the back side of the $20 TTD bill is the Central Bank of Trinidad and Tobago’s headquarters in Port of Spain. The note also … ContinuedYou get: £1.733801 TTD = £0.0866900000
50 Trinidad and Tobago Dollars polymer banknoteThe 2015 series polymer $50 banknote has a similar design as the commemorative 2014 series. This $50 TTD bill was the first standard banknote to be issued as a polymer note. The bird on the obverse side is a greater paradise bird. The back side of the 50 Trinidad and Tobago Dollars bill shows the … ContinuedYou get: £4.334501 TTD = £0.0866900000
50 Trinidad and Tobago Dollars polymer banknote (commemorative 2014 series)This polymer $50 commemorative banknote celebrates fifty years of the Central Bank of Trinidad and Tobago (1964-2014). Issued in 2014, the colourful fifty dollars bill became the first polymer banknote to enter circulation in Trinidad and Tobago. In 2019 the Central Bank of Trinidad & Tobago announced that it will replace all paper banknotes with … ContinuedYou get: £4.334501 TTD = £0.0866900000
100 Trinidad and Tobago Dollars polymer banknoteThe new $100 Trinidad and Tobago Dollars banknote is the second polymer note after the $50 TTD. The Central Bank of Trinidad and Tobago announced that it will replace all the country’s paper banknotes with polymer versions. This new polymer $100 replaced the old paper $100 TTD note which was demonetized at the end of … ContinuedYou get: £8.669001 TTD = £0.0866900000