Trinidad and Tobago 25 dollars

Trinidad and Tobago 25 dollars


Do you have a Trinidad and Tobago 25 Dollars Coin? Here’s how to exchange it with us.

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The Trinidad and Tobago dollar is the official currency in Trinidad and Tobago since 1964, when the union’s currency was replaced after the nation’s independence two years before. The Central Bank of Trinidad and Tobago issued coins with denominations of 1, 5, 10, 25 and 50 cents, followed by a 1 dollar coin in 1969. There are coins of 5, 10, 100 and 200 dollars but can only be obtained from the Central Bank.

The 25 Trinidad and Tobago Dollars commemorative coin front design features the National Coat of Arms (consist of a palm tree, tree gold ships, a Scarlet ibis and a Cocrico, the Trinity Hills a rising island and the nation’s motto, “Together We Aspire, Together We Achieve”). The reverse coin design has a planet earth illustration with the Trinidad and Tobago flag below and the denomination. This coin is part of the 1980 commemorative series: “10th Anniversary of the Caribbean Development Bank”. Its rim is plain, and its color is silver. 

Text: Republic of Trinidad and Tobago, Together We Aspire Together We Achieve, FM, 25 Dollars, 1970 Tenth Anniversary 1980, Caribbean Development Bank.

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