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5 Dollars, (1975)

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Front: Sir Frank Worrell (1924-1967), West Indian cricketer and Jamaican senator

Back: National Heroes Square (formerly Trafalgar Square) at Bridgetown

 

Parliament Building in National Heroes Square

Parliament Building

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2 Dollars, (1986)

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Front: John Redman Bovell (1855-1928), agriculturalist

Back: National Heroes Square (formerly Trafalgar Square) at Bridgetown

 

Parliament Building in National Heroes Square

Parliament Building

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20 Dollars, 2012
Commemorates 40th Anniversary of the Central Bank of Barbados

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Front: Samuel Jackman Prescod (1806-1871), First person of African descent to be elected to Barbados's Parliament in 1843

Back: National Heroes Square (formerly Trafalgar Square) at Bridgetown

Courtesy Claudio Marana

 

National Heroes Square

Heroes Square

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2 Dollars, 2013

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Front: John Redman Bovell (1855-1928), agriculturalist

Back: Morgan Lewis Windmill in St. Andrew

Morgan Lewis Windmill, St. Andrew, Barbados is the last sugar windmill to operate in Barbados. The mill stopped operating in 1947. In 1962 the mill was given to the Barbados National Trust by its owner Egbert L. Bannister for preservation as a museum.

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Morgan Lewis Windmill

Morgan Lewis Windmill

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5 Dollars, 2013

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Front: Sir Frank Worrell (1924-1967), West Indian cricketer and Jamaican senator

Back: 3Ws Oval cricket facility at the University of the West Indies, Cave Hill Campus

The 3Ws Oval is named in memory of three great Barbados and West Indies cricketers - Sir Frank Worrell, Sir Clyde Walcott and Sir Everton Weekes.

Courtesy noteshobby

 

3Ws Oval Building

3Ws Oval

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10 Dollars, 2013

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Front: Charles Duncan O'Neal (1879-1936), a Barbados physician and political figure

Back: Charles Duncan O'Neal Bridge over the Careenage in Bridgetown

Courtesy noteshobby

 

Charles Duncan O'Neal Bridge

Charles Duncan O'Neal Bridge

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20 Dollars, 2013

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Front: Samuel Jackman Prescod (1806-1871), First person of African descent to be elected to Barbados's Parliament in 1843

Back: Parliament Buildings in Bridgetown

Courtesy noteshobby

 

Parliament Building

Parliament Building

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50 Dollars, 2013

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Front: Errol Barrow (1920-1987), a Caribbean statesman and the first Prime Minister of Barbados 1966-1976

Back: Independence Square with statue of Errol Barrow in Bridgetown

Courtesy noteshobby

 

Independence Square

Independence Square

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100 Dollars, 2013

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Front: Grantley Adams (1878-1971), First Prime Minister of the West Indies Federation 1958-1962

Back: Grantley Adams International Airport in Seawell, Christ Church

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Grantley Adams International Airport

Grantley Adams International Airport

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50 Dollars, 2016
Commemorates 50th Anniversary of Independence

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Front: Errol Barrow (1920-1987), a Caribbean statesman and the first Prime Minister of Barbados 1966-1976

Back: Independence Square with statue of Errol Barrow in Bridgetown

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Barbados, A coral island located in the West Indies east of St. Vincent, was under British control 1627-1966. Became independent and a member of the British Commonwealth in 1966. Notes from the British Caribbean Territories and later the East Caribbean States were used until 1973. For a more detailed country profile, see CIA World Factbook on Barbados.

 

 

 

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