The Trinidad and Tobago Coat of Arms appears on the front of each denomination of notes together with a vignette of a local bird, while the reverse side showcases the Central Bank building and a scene that is integral to the economic life of the country. The notes are made of polymer substrate with each of the six (6) denomination - the $1 is red, the $5 is green, the $10 is grey, the $20 is purple, the $50 is golden and the $100 is blue. The notes of the new polymer series are equipped with enhanced security features such as the raised dot tactile feature at the bottom corner of each note, in a shape unique to each denomination and a clear window that can be seen from the front and back of each denomination. Click on the image of the notes below to view these and other key security features of our notes.
All banknotes bearing series dates prior to 2020 are now no longer legal tender. The redemption of the $1, $5, $10, $20 and $50 notes bearing series dates prior to 2020 will be facilitated indefinitely at the Central Bank.
Trinidad and Tobago's Currency Notes
Click on each denomination to explore its security features.
|1 Dollar Polymer Note|
|5 Dollar Polymer Note|
|10 Dollar Polymer Note|
|20 Dollar Polymer Note|
|50 Dollar Polymer Note|
100 Dollar Polymer Note
Demonetization of the 100 Dollar Cotton Note