Banknotes from Jamaica

Coin Types from Jamaica:

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$ km15 1 Farthing (1880-1900)
$ km18 1 Farthing (1902-1903)
$ km21 1 Farthing (1904-1910)
$ km24 1 Farthing (1914-1934)
$ km27 1 Farthing (1937)
$ km30 1 Farthing (1938-1947)
$ km33 1 Farthing (1950,1952)
$ km16 1/2 Penny (1869-1900)
$ km19 1/2 Penny (1902-1903)
$ km22 1/2 Penny (1904-1910)
$ km25 1/2 Penny (1914-1928) Image from Vladimir Startsev
$ km28 1/2 Penny (1937)
$ km31 1/2 Penny (1938-1947)
$ km34 1/2 Penny (1950-1952)
$ km36 1/2 Penny (1955-1963)
$ km38 1/2 Penny (1964-1966)
$ km41 1/2 Penny (1969) Coinage Centennial
$ km17 1 Penny (1869-1900)
$ km20 1 Penny (1902-1903) Image from Sindre L. Forsetlokken
$ km23 1 Penny (1904-1910)
$ km26 1 Penny (1914-1928)
$ km29 1 Penny (1937)
$ km32 1 Penny (1938-1947)
$ km35 1 Penny (1950,1952)
$ km37 1 Penny (1953-1963) For Sale
$ km39 1 Penny (1964-1969) For Sale
$ km42 1 Penny (1969) Coinage Centennial
$ km40 5 Shillings (1966) VIII Commonwealth Games
$ km45 1 Cent (1969-1975)
$ km51 1 Cent (1971-1975)
$ km52 1 Cent-FAO (1971-1974) For Sale
$ km64 1 Cent-FAO (1975-2002) For Sale
$ km68 1 Cent (1976-1984) narrow JAMAICA Image from Mike McLaughlin
$ km101 1 Cent (1983) 21 yrs. Independence
$ km46 5 Cents (1969-1989) copper-nickel
$ km53 5 Cents (1971-1984)
$ km46a 5 Cents (1990-1993) nickel plated steel
$ km102 5 Cents (1983) 21 yrs. Independence
$ km47 10 Cents (1969-1989) For Sale
$ km47a 10 Cents (1990) nickel plated steel
$ km54 10 Cents (1971-1984) narrow JAMAICA
$ km103 10 Cents (1983) 21 yrs Independence
$ km146.1 10 Cents-Bogle (1991-1994)
$ km146.2 10 Cents (1995-2008)
$ km48 20 Cents (1969-1990) Mahoe Tree
$ km55 20 Cents (1971-1976) narrow JAMAICA
$ km69 20 Cents (1976-1987) FAO - Forestry
$ km73 20 Cents (1977-1984) narrow JAMAICA Image from Zdravko Bosnjak
$ km90 20 Cents (1981) World Food Day, narrow JAMAICA Image from Zdravko Bosnjak
$ km104 20 Cents (1983) 21 yrs. Independence
$ km120 20 Cents (1981-1988) World Food Day
$ km49 25 Cents (1969-1990)
$ km56 25 Cents (1971-1984) narrow JAMAICA Image from Zdravko Bosnjak
$ km105 25 Cents (1983) 21 yrs. Independence
$ km147 25 Cents (1991-1994)
$ km154 25 Cents (1985) Bank of Jamaica Image from Vic Krysko
$ km167 25 Cents (1995-2003)
$ km65 50 Cents (1975-1990)
$ km70 50 Cents (1976-1984) narrow JAMAICA Image from Zdravko Bosnjak
$ km106 50 Cents (1983) 21 yrs. Independence
$ km50 1 Dollar (1969-1970) Bustamante
$ km57 1 Dollar (1971-1979) Sir Alexander Bustamante
$ km84 1 Dollar (1980-1990) Bustamante
$ km91 1 Dollar (1981) World Food Day Image from Zdravko Bosnjak
$ km96 1 Dollar (1982) Soccer Games
$ km145 1 Dollar (1990-1994) edge inscription
$ km145a 1 Dollar (1993-1994)
$ km164 1 Dollar (1994-2008) 7-sided
$ km189 1 Dollar (2008-2009) Sir Alexander Bustamante
$ km58 5 Dollars (1971) Norman W. Manley For Sale
$ km59 5 Dollars (1972-1973) Norman W. Manley For Sale
$ km62a 5 Dollars (1974-1979) For Sale
$ km157 5 Dollars (1993) 100 yrs. N. Manley Contributed Image
$ km163 5 Dollars (1994-2006)
$ km60 10 Dollars (1972) 10 yrs Independence For Sale
$ km63 10 Dollars (1974) Sir Henry Morgan
$ km74a 10 Dollars (1977) Admiral George Rodney (silver) For Sale
$ km75a 10 Dollars (1978) Jamaican Unity (silver) For Sale
$ km80 10 Dollars (1979) Year of the Child For Sale
$ km92 10 Dollars (1981) Royal Wedding For Sale
$ km98 10 Dollars (1982) Soccer World Champonships For Sale
$ km109a 10 Dollars (1983) 21 yrs. Independence Image from Andrej Smrdu
$ km138 10 Dollars (1988) Year of the Worker For Sale
$ km181 10 Dollars (1999-2005) nickel plated steel
$ km190 10 Dollars (2008-2009) stainless steel
$ km182 20 Dollars (2000-2002)
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