According to a press release dated 12 November 2021, “the Central Bank of Liberia (CBL) will begin introducing the new Liberian dollar currency starting with the 100 Liberian dollar banknote in the tune of four billion Liberian dollars this December 2021. This amount is intended to increase Liberian dollar liquidity
According to an article on Front Page Africa dated 6 May 2021, the Liberian House of Representatives has approved the inclusion of a 1,000-dollar note in the new family of banknotes to be introduced in 2023 by the Central Bank of Liberia. The measure awaits approval by the Liberian Senate.
Like B301a, but new signatures (Bright/Saleeby) and new date (2002). Curiously, this confirmation comes almost 20 years after the note was issued. Anyone with 10- or 100-dollar notes dated 2002 are asked to confirm by submitting scans of same. The 20- and 50-dollar notes have been confirmed dated 2002. Courtesy
According to a press release dated 5 May 2020, the Central Bank of Liberia has awarded a contract to Crane Currency to supply new banknotes. Crane previously printed the current family of notes (B311 – B316) without imprint. Courtesy of Ivan Bogdanov (bonistics.org).
According to a CNN article dated 1 July 2019, the Economic Community of West African States (consisting of Benin, Burkina Faso, Cabo Verde, Cote d’Ivoire, The Gambia, Ghana, Guinea, Guinea-Bissau, Liberia, Mali, Niger, Nigeria, Senegal, Sierra Leone, and Togo) has adopted the name “eco” for a planned single currency to