Trinidad and Tobago new 100-dollar polymer note (B241a) confirmed

On 9 December 2019, the Central Bank of Trinidad and Tobago introduced a new 100-dollar note on polymer substrate with significantly enhanced security. The bank intends to expand the range of polymer notes to the other denominations (1 to 50 dollars) in March 2020. The polymer notes will replace the preceding paper notes which lose their legal tender status on 31 December 2019.

B241 (PNL): 100 dollars (US$15)

Blue, red, black, purple, and brown. Front: English text; bird of paradise on branch; coat of arms; flag. Back: English text; bird of paradise; Eric Williams Financial Complex in Port of Spain; BP Trinidad & Tobago’s Juniper off-shore oil platform. Simulated windowed security thread with demetalized TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO / ONE HUNDRED. Watermark: None. Printer: (De La Rue). 156 x 66 mm. Polymer.

a. 2019.
Sig. 10: Hilaire. Prefix AA – BH.
Intro: 09.12.2019.

Courtesy of Albert Sydney (hummingbird-chaconia on eBay).

Leave a Reply