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10 July, 2013

Barbados 2013 New Series

All notes dated 2.5.2013 and released on 4.6.2013
Two Dollars
Dated 2013, P73
Reverse
$2: John Redman Bovell was an agronomist and a pioneer of the sugar industry. Morgan Lewis Windmill was used to grind sugar cane during the sugar production process. 

Five Dollars
Dated 2013, P74
Reverse
$5: Sir Frank Worrell was a legendary West Indies cricketer and one of the famous 3Ws (Worrell, Sir Everton DeCourcy Weekes, Sir Clyde Leopold Walcott). 3Ws Oval is a cricket facility that is named after them. 

Ten Dollars
Dated 2013, P75
Reverse
$10: Charles Duncan O'Neal was a doctor and social activist. Charles Duncan O'Neal Bridge is pretty self explanatory. 

Twenty Dollars
Dated 2013, P76
Reverse
$20: Sameul Jackman Prescod was the first non-white/coloured person in Barbados' parliament, hence the Parliament Buildings. 

Fifty Dollars
Dated 2013, P77
Reverse
$50: Errol Barrow was the island's first prime minister. The back is Independence Square and the statue is of him. 

One Hundred Dollars
Dated 2013, P78
Reverse
$100: Sir Grantley Adams was our first premier and a social activist and the airport is named after him.

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