|Trinidad & Tobago 100 Dollars 2006|
Item Code: TT-51
Greater Bird-of-paradise (Paradisaea apoda) bird
perching on a branch. See-through feature (registration
design of Greater Bird-of-paradise (on the back too). Coat of Arms depicting Santa Maria, Nina, and Pinta: the three ships
Christopher Columbus used on his journey to the "New World, humingbirds, Scarlet Ibis (Eudocimus ruber), Cocrico -
Rufous-vented Chachalaca (Ortalis ruficauda) and Trinity Hills in southern Trinidad. Back: Eric Williams Finance Building
in Port of Spain where Central Bank of T&T is located. Marine Oil Platform (oil rig). Watermark: Greater Bird-of-paradise;
Electrotype "100"; Cornerstones. Signature: Ewart S. Williams (Governor of the Central Bank, 2002-). Dominant colour:
Blue. Security thread: Vertical, windowed, 2 mm wide, with repeated incriptions 'CBTT 100' on both sides. This thread
fluoresces under UV light. Holographic image: Silver based shield shaped hologram on obverse depicting the initials
'T&T' and Scarlet Ibis (Eudocimus ruber), the national bird of Trinidad. Gold Iridescent Band: A vertical band printed with
iridescent gold ink, bearing the central bank's name, on the reverse. Issuer: Central Bank of Trinidad and Tobago (CBTT).
Date of Issue: 13 November 2007. Artist: Unknown. Legal tender: Yes. Date of withdrawal: N/a. Material: Cotton
paper. Printer: Thomas De La Rue & Company, Limited.
|Dimensions: 156 x 66 mm|
Central Bank of Trinidad & Tobago.
One Hundred Dollars. Issued in accordance with the
Central Bank Act
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