Remembering the ECCB one-dollar banknote

The first one-dollar banknote issued by the Eastern Caribbean Central Bank was on 15th November, 1984, commemorating the first anniversary of the changeover from the Eastern Caribbean Currency Authority.

In addition to this one-dollar banknote were the $5, $10, $20, and $100 banknotes. The banknotes continued the themes of the ECCA notes but featured an updated portrait of the Queen. Later the $1 banknote was replaced with the one-dollar coin.

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