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100 Gulden 2012, Netherlands Antilles

in Krause book Number: 31
Years of issue: 01.06.2012
Edition: --
Signatures: Direkteur sekretaris: Mr. Jerrald M. Hasselmeyer, President: Dr. Emsley D. Tromp
Serie: Birds
Specimen of: 1998
Material: Cotton fiber
Size (mm): 147 x 66
Printer: Joh. Enschede en Zonen, Haarlem

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100 Gulden 2012




Logo of the Bank of Netherlands Antilles.


100 Gulden 2012

Coereba flaveola

The Bananaquit (Coereba flaveola) is a species of passerine bird of uncertain relation. This small, active nectarivore is found in warmer parts of the Americas, and is generally common. Since 1970, the state symbol of U.S. Virgin Islands. The Bananaquit lives in tropical parts of South and Central America, from northern Argentina to southern Mexico, including the islands of the Caribbean. Some stray specimens are found in Florida. Their biosphere are moist forests, parks and gardens.

Insertion of gold foil at bottom right. Additional remedies, including surface coating stitched elements.

Denomination in numeral is in top right corner, in words on the left side.


100 Gulden 2012

Logo of the Bank of Netherlands Antilles as a seal.

Denominations in numerals are in lower left and top right corners.


Avers Designer: O. Ravelo.

Reverse Designer: J. Miles.