The small South American country known as Suriname was formally part of the Dutch empire and became its own sovereign nation in 1975. Guilders (or Gulden in the Dutch language) was the name of the currency for quite a number of years and was made by different institutions like the General Netherlands Company, West Indies Bank and then from 1957 on the Central Bank of Suriname.
Check out the 1998 Surinamese 100 Honderd currency bill we have in the photos below. It obverse possesses an image of the building of the central bank as well as the denomination and the serial number which in this case is AL483507. The back has a toucan bird on the left hand side and mining equipment in use in the middle. The country’s arms are on the right. This paper money is quite colorful with red, green and violets. This bank note is in uncirculated condition and for questions or the price email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.