The florin is the official currency in Aruba since 1986, replacing the Netherland Antillean guilder. The Central Bank of Aruba issued notes in denominations of 5, 10, 25, 50 and 100 florin, then in 1993, the 500 florin note was introduced, and the 5 florin note was substituted by coin in 1995. The Central Bank of Aruba issued a new banknote series with 10, 20, 50 and a new 200 florin denomination. Currently, these series are circulating.
The 100 Florin note front features a Green Iguana (Iguana), Striped Anole (Anolis Lineatus), Aloe (Waltaka Aloe Barbadensis). The reverse note side has Dancers. This note is part of the 2019 polymer series and, its color is Green on a multicolor underprint. (148 x 74 mm)
Text: Honderd Florin, Centrale Bank Van Aruba, 100 Florin Wettig Betaalmiddel Honderd Florin, 100 Honderd Florin, President, Directeur, Green Iguana (Iguana), Striped Anole (Anolis Lineatus), Aloe (Waltaka Aloe Barbadensis), Dancers, Auteursrecht Centrale Bank Van Aruba,100.