Suriname, 1,000 Gulden

Dublin Core

Title

Suriname, 1,000 Gulden

Subject

SLavery & Freedom

Description

Obverse: Surinamese woman with fruits and a torch behind her symbolising the Emancipation Day (Dag der Vrijheden, Keti Koti, Manspasi). On the 1st of July 1863 Netherlands abolished slavery in Suriname and the Netherlands Antilles. That day is celebrated as a public holiday since then. Reverse: Coat of arms depicting two indians, sailing ship and a palm tree.

Source

http://www.banknotebook.com

Date

1.9.1963

Type

Currency

Identifier

SR-124

Files

Suriname_CBVS_1000_gulden_1963.09.01_B510a_P124_000052531_f.jpg

Collection

Citation

“Suriname, 1,000 Gulden,” Black Money, accessed March 2, 2024, https://blackmoney.omeka.net/items/show/98.