Take a piece of sunny Trinidad and Tobago home with this crisp 1964 note, the only $5 issue featuring the young portrait of Queen Elizabeth II. Replaced in 1977, this series is now obsolete and prized by collectors seeking older bank notes from around the world.
The Caribbean islands of Trinidad and Tobago gained independence from England in 1962, and established the Central Bank of Trinidad & Tobago in December 1964. These are the first notes of the newly established bank and independent country. Elizabeth II’s portrait on the face is based on a 1955 painting. The back shows the Central Bank and an inset of a crane loading sugar cane, once the region’s most important crop. Now hard to find, you’ll want to order this beautiful Uncirculated 1964 note right away, our supply is limited!
- Product Type: Single Products
- Countries: Trinidad & Tobago
- Year: 1964