Subtotal: $0.00 USD
The Bahamas 50 Dollars is part of the CRISP or Counterfeit Resistant Integrated Security Product family of notes introduced by the Central Bank of the Bahamas in 2006. This particular banknote is in uncirculated condition and TAP Authenticated. The obverse of the banknote features a gold foil bird, a map, and a portrait of Roland T. Symonette who was the first prime minister of the Bahamas. The reverse of the banknote depicts the Central Bank building headquarters in Nassau with palm trees and flags. Security features of the 156 x 67 mm paper bill include a sand dollar as its registration device, a solid security thread, and a 3-mm wide windowed security thread with a demetallized BAHAMAS. It also bears a portrait of Roland T. Symonette with an electrotype 50 as its watermark.