The Trinidad and Tobago dollar is the official currency in Trinidad and Tobago since 1964, when the currency of the union was replaced after the nation’s independence two years before. The Central Bank of Trinidad and Tobago issued notes with denominations of 1, 5, 10 and 20 dollars, followed by 50 and 100 dollars notes in 1977. The 50 dollars note were put out of circulation after a stolen shipment but in 2012 were reintroduced again as a commemorative note. Then in 2021, the 1 and 5 dollars note were redesigned.
Currently are circulating banknotes with denominations of 1, 5, 10, 20, 50 and 100 Trinidad and Tobago dollars.
The 100 Dollars note front features a Greater bird of paradise (Paradisaea apoda), arms, flag. The reverse note side has the Central Bank building in Eric Williams Financial Complex, oil rig. This note is part of the 2020 polymer series and, its color is blue. (155 x 66 mm)
Text: One Hundred Dollars, Central Bank of Trinidad and Tobago, Together we aspire, Together we achieve, $100 One Hundred Dollars, Issued in accordance with the central bank Chap.79:02. Series 2020, Governor, Greater bird of paradise (Paradisaea apoda), Central Bank building in Eric Williams Financial Complex, oil rig, 100.