The Bahamas half Dollar banknote was issued in 2019 by the Central Bank of the Bahamas. It is one of the banknotes released under the CRISP Evolution issues or Counterfeit Resistant Integrity Security Product bearing enhanced security features. The portrait of Queen Elizabeth II, a flower, the map of the Bahamas, and a gold-to-green lizard are notable on the banknotes obverse. The back of the banknote features artisan straw weaver, Sister Sarah Johnson with straw goods, fish, and fruits at the Nassau market. The banknotes security features include a windowed security thread with a demetalized BAHAMAS and sand dollar and a watermark that reflects Queen Elizabeth II and an electrotype $. Additionally, the 156 x 67 mm paper bill also bears a registration device in the form of a sand dollar. This particular Bahamas Dollar banknote is authenticated by Banknote Worlds TAP authentication specialists.