This note is like the preceding issues, but with a new color scheme to better distinguish it from the 1-dollar note (B349). B356 (PNL): 10 dollars (US$10) Gray, yellow, green, and red. Front: English text; sand dollar as registration device; map; Yellow Elder flower, SPARK Orbital butterfly; Stafford L. Sands.
According to a Tribute article dated 11 August 2021, starting in 2022, the Central Bank of The Bahamas will introduce a new 100-dollar note featuring former Governor General and Deputy Prime Minister Arthur Dion Hanna instead of Queen Elizabeth II. Courtesy of Aidan Work.
According to a press release dated 21 March 2019, the Central Bank of The Bahamas will introduce a new 3-dollar note (B350a) on 28 March 2019, marking the first redesign of this denomination since 1984.