Trinidad and Tobago 1, 5, 10, 25, 50 Cents and 1 Dollar  1966 to Date
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.

For our page on modern coins and what makes them valuable, click to this link [Click Here].

Coin: 15632 , Genre: Modern
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. 50 cents
Tags: trinidad tobago 1 5 10 25 50 cents cent dollar peny pennys pennies penny dollare doller dol dollars two birds bird coat arms sheild shield front coats crests insignia crested crest creast shiled shied chevrons shileld shild escucheon shelid chevron ashield shields feathers feather fether feathering fethers duck loon swan loonie loonies


was independent from Britain in 1964, not 1976. - keith f
Trinidad & Tobago established itself as an independent monarchy in 1962 - Queen Elizabeth remained the head of state (or Queen of Trinidad & Tobago) until 1976, when they became a republic. - CoinQuest (Todd)




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