The Solomon Island dollar is the official currency of the Solomon Islands. The official currency symbol: SI$.
The Solomon Islands dollar was introduced after the country achieved its independence in 1977. The first banknotes were introduced in denominations of 2, 5, and 10 dollars, followed by the 20 dollar notes in 1980, and the 50 dollars note in 1986 and the 100 dollars note in 2006. The Central Bank of Solomon Islands issues all banknotes.
The 100 Solomon Islands dollar note front design features the National Coat of Arms on a background of an abstract pattern allusive to waves, followed by the national flag and a sketch of a pair of Frigate Birds eating a fish.
The reverse of the note illustrates a man opening a coconut followed by an open coconut and a necklace made from coconuts, which is a typical piece of the island. In the background is presented a coconut plantation and some workers. This note is part of the 2015 series, and its color is orange, brown and multicolor.
Text: Solomon Islands One Hundred Dollars This Note is legal tender For One Hundred Dollars, Governor, Secretary, Finance, Central Bank of Solomon Islands, To lead is to Serve. 100 Dollars.