Currency of Trinidad and Tobago

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One dollar

photo courtesy Ponterio and Associates
photo courtesy Ponterio and Associates

This specimen was lot 8320 in Ponterio sale 150 (Los Angeles, August 2009), where it sold for $977.50. The catalog description noted, "TRINIDAD & TOBAGO. 1 Dollar, 4.1.1905. P-1a. A sought-after note which represents the first design issued by the British Administration Government of Trinidad and Tobago. It bears the first date of 1905 and shows terrifically with very light folds and strong paper. The paper is beautifully watermarked and the vignette of Columbus landing at the left is quite pleasing in the blue hue. VERY FINE."

One hundred dollars

photo courtesy Ponterio and Associates
photo courtesy Ponterio and Associates

This specimen was lot 1405 in Ponterio sale 145 (Chicago, April 2009), where it sold for $2,185. The catalog description noted, "TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO. Barclays Bank. 100 Dollars, 1.3.1939. P-S104b. A very scarce high denomination note that is in demand and will surely be carefully watched by bidders. FINE-VERY FINE."

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