Trinidad and Tobago 1, 5, 10, 25, 50 Cents and 1 Dollar 1966 to Date
That's a cool-looking coin, isn't it, Brian? Trinidad and Tobago are large islands off the coast of Venezuela in northern South America. They were under British rule until 1976. Their coinage bears a spiffy coat of arms supported by two neat birds: a scarlet ibis on the left, and a cocrico (or rufous-vented chachalaca) on the right.
All circulating coins from Trinidad and Tobago are modern and made of non-precious metals like bronze and copper-nickel. As such, they are worth face value. Collectors are usually willing to pay a few US dollars for nice-looking specimens.
, Genre: Modern-only
Requested by: brian, Mon, 07-Oct-2013 08:29:10 GMT
Answered by: Chris, Sat, 02-Nov-2013 01:20:18 GMT
Reviewed by CoinQuest. Appraisal ok., Sun, 06-Nov-2016 21:03:25 GMT
Requester description: 1966 two birds with coat of arms on back or sheild.big 50 cents on front.
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