Here we are going to talk about a 2006 Jamaican 1 dollar coin. It is made out of steel which has plating that is from nickel. This particular example we have which can be seen in the photographs below appears to be at least almost uncirculated. On its front is an image of Sir Alexander Bustamante who is a hero in Jamaica. He was a supporter of Jamaica becoming its own sovereign nation and when it did he became its first Prime Minister. The reverse side of this coin has an image of their coat of arms as well as the country, year and the denomination. The coin’s weight is 2.91 grams.
The currency of Jamaica is the dollar which is divided into cents. As far as coins are concerned they have made some interesting collectors’ items like a 1979 one hundred dollar gold piece.
See the One Dollar (made from steel nickel) from 2006 underneath.
Here we have a Jamaican 10 cents coin from the year 1969. Take a glance at the photographs at the bottom. On its front is the Jamaican coat of arms whose is origin comes from the British and whose history dates back to the year 1661. It has gone through changes since then. The current version has a native on each side supporting a crossed shield inside which are pineapples. On top of the shield is a knight’s helmet with a crocodile standing on it. Below the natives is the motto: Out of Many, One People. The back side has the denomination of the coin, sprigs and a butterfly. It is made out of copper/nickel, weighs 5.650 grams and there were 19.51 million of them made in 1969. This one that we have is in perhaps in extra fine condition.
The history of coinage use in Jamaica goes back hundreds years. Spanish and then British examples were used and then starting in 1960 Jamaica itself was the sole maker of coins there.
The Jamaican dollar has been around since the year 1969 and prior to that Jamaica used British currency for nearly 150 years. Before that this country utilized Spanish coins mostly for trade.
In the following pictures there is a 1976 series Jamaican one dollar banknote. On its front is Sir Alexander Bustamante who was the first leader of that nation when it became an independent state (which was in the year 1962). He played a large part in Jamaica’s independence and is recognized as a hero there. This paper currency has the signature of G. Arthur Brown on it who was governor at the time. Its back side has scenic picture of a harbor. Now this currency bill is nearly perfect with one large vertical fold. Its condition warrants a grade about uncirculated.
Tahun 1976 Uang kertas jaman dulu duit kertas kuno mata uang asing dari Negara Jamaika-Jamaica 1-Satu Dollar “BANK OF JAMAICA ONE DOLLAR” kode nomer seri: (CJ172654) Bergambar foto wajah Tuan Sir “Alexander Bustamante” kondisi seperti BARU almost UNC bersih crips tidak bolong robek atau pun kotor. Harga silahkan kontak , Terima kasih.