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Catalog & market information for bank notes issued by Gambia Currency Board

A British colony since 1889, The Gambia became self-governing in October 1963. On the initiative of the West African Currency Board, an order for notes was placed with Bradbury Wilkinson & Co. Ltd. for three denominations of notes. These were issued only four days after the new currency ordinance that formed The Gambia Currency Board (GCB) came into force on 1 October 1964. The Gambia achieved independence on 18 February 1965, as a constitutional monarchy within the Commonwealth of Nations.

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10 shillings
(B101a, P1)

 
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10 shillings
(B101as1, P1)

 
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10 shillings
(B101as2, P1)

 
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10 shillings
(B101at, P1)

 
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10 shillings
(B101az, P1)

 
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1 pound
(B102a, P2)

 
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1 pound
(B102as1, P2)

 
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1 pound
(B102as2, P2)

 
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1 pound
(B102at, P2)

 
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1 pound
(B102az, P2)

 
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5 pounds
(B103a, P3)

 
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5 pounds
(B103as1, PNL)

 
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5 pounds
(B103as2, PNL)

 
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5 pounds
(B103as3, P3)

 
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5 pounds
(B103as4, P3)

 
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5 pounds
(B103at, P3)

 
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5 pounds
(B103az, P3)

 
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