Ghana - P11b - 5 Cedis - 1969
GHC.112b
24,95 € inc. tax
Ghana - P11b - 5 Cedis - 1969 - Summary

Ghana - P11b - 5 Cedis - 1969

SCWPM: 11b - BnB: B112b
Date: 8th Jan 1969
Signature: 5

Ghana S.5
Description:
Colour:  Brown.
Front: Carved bird.
Back: Carved turtle and fish.
Solid security thread.
Watermark: Eagle head above star.
Printer: Thomas de La Rue (TDLR).
Size: 147 x 70 mm.


General information: 1967 - 1971 Issues
After the overthrow of Kwame Nkrumahs Convention Peoples Party government, the military government removed Nkrumahs portrait from the banknotes and re valued the currency. On the new notes, the currency name remained “cedi,” but the new currency was called the “new cedi” (N¢), which on 17 February 1967 replaced the “old cedi” at a rate of ¢1.20=N¢1. The N¢ notes remained in circulation until March 1973 when the currency unit became simply known as the cedi.

Source: The Banknotebook
Country:
GHANA
Grading:
UNC - NEUF - KFR - Novo - Lujo
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