Dominican Republic 200 Pesos

Dominican Republic 200 Pesos


Do you have a Dominican Republic 200 Pesos Banknote? Here’s how to exchange it with us.

  • Tell us how many 200 Dominican Republic Pesos you want to exchange
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The first signs of the Dominican peso date back to 1844, when it replaced the Haitian gourde. A second Dominican currency was issued between 1891 and 1897, the franc. But it did not replace the Dominican peso until 1905, when the US dollar replaced the peso until 1937 when regulation was generated to define the Dominican peso as the national currency. The first banknotes issued by the National Bank were in denominations of 1, 5, 10, 20, 50, 500 and 1000 pesos oros in 1947. The 10 and 20 pesos were replaced by 10 and 25 coins in 2005, and in 2011, the Central Bank of Dominican Republic declare that all the banknotes dated 2011 and later will call “Pesos Dominicanos.”

The 200 Pesos Dominicanos note front design features Mirabal Sisters (four sisters who opposed Rafael Trujillo’s dictatorship). The reverse note side has the image of the Monument to the Mirabal Sisters. This note is part of the 2014 – 2019 series and, its color is pink.

Text: Doscientos Pesos Dominicanos, Banco Central de la República Dominicana, Gobernador del Banco Central, Ministro de Hacienda, BCRD, Este billete tiene fuerza liberatoria para el pago de todas las obligaciones públicas o privadas, Patria Mirabal, Minerva Mirabal y María Teresa Mirabal, Monumento a las Hermanas Mirabal, 200.



Additional information


Dominican Republic

Product Currencies

Dominican peso

Tender Types



current Dominican peso banknotes






156 x 67 mm

Composition material


Country banknote denominations

50, 100, 200, 500, 1000, 2000


Monumento a las Hermanas Mirabal


María Teresa Mirabal, Minerva Mirabal, Patria Mirabal


National hero


Bayahibe rose (Leuenbergeria quisqueyana)


Monument to the Mirabal Sisters


Butterfly, Coat of arms, Flag, House, Monument, Woman

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