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Trinidad and Tobago Dollar

Trinidad and Tobago Dollar Currency:

Trinidad and Tobago Dollar is the official currency of the islands of Trinidad and Tobago. It is subdivided into 100 cents. In 1964, Trinidad and Tobago introduced its own dollar to replace the Eastern Caribbean dollar at par. In 1966, coins were introduced in denominations of 1¢, 5¢, 10¢, 25¢ & 50¢.  In 1969, a large sized $1 coin was first released for circulation and again in 1979 before being replaced with a smaller sized version in 1995 more regularly minted. 50¢ & $1 coins are rarely seen in circulation.  $5, $10, $100 and $200 denominations coins also minted but these coins are not in circulation, and can only be obtained from the Central Bank of Trinidad and Tobago.

On 14 December 1964, the Central Bank of Trinidad and Tobago introduced notes for $1, $5, $10 & $20.  On 6 June 1977, new notes were introduced in the denominations of $50 & $100. New notes were introduced in 2002 in the denomination of $1 & $20; new $1, $5, $10 & $100 were also introduced in 2003. The currency notes were only small changed like they have now more secure features and darker hues of  colour.

Trinidad and Tobago Dollar

Trinidad and Tobago Dollar (Trinidad and Tobago):

Code: TTD

Symbol: $ or TT$

Subunit:       

1/100 = cent

Banknotes:  

$1, $5, $10, $20, $50, $100

Coins 

5¢, 10¢, 25¢, 50¢, $1

Central bank           

Central Bank of Trinidad and Tobago

 

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