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Trinidad & Tobago 1 Dollar 1949

Item Code: TT-5

Obverse: Sailing ships in harbour on Trinidad; Palm tree and a sailing ship on Tobago. Reverse: Coat of Arms
depicting a crowned lion, a crowned shield and a chained capricorn. Watermark: Big letters across the banknote:
"GOVERNMENT OF TRINIDAD". Printer: Thomas De La Rue & Co., Ltd., London. Date of Issue: 1 July 1949.
 

 
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Original Size: 151 x 83 mm
 

Texts: The Government of Trinidad and Tobago; These notes are legal tender for the payment of any amount;
One Dollar; Port of Spain; Commissioner of Currency; Miscerique probat populos et fœdera jungi (Latin: He
approves of the mingling of peoples and their being joined together by treaties); Pulchrior-Evenit (Latin: She
becomes more beautiful); Dieu et mon droit (French: God and my [birth] right).

 
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