Historic Philippine peso Gambian dalasi

Philippine peso gambian dalasi history since 14/06/2024 until today (0 years). Search for PHP to GMD exchange rate history for a particular date, month or year.

is the currency (supplied by Central Bank of the Philippines and the currency supplied by Central Bank of the Gambia. The PHP GMD historical data can be seen on the Philippine peso gambian dalasi historical chart.

11/01/2021: New polymer banknotes

Polymer banknotes are introduced in The Gambia for the first time, replacing the previous paper banknotes to enhance durability and security.

06/08/2019: New family of banknotes

The Central Bank of The Gambia introduces a new family of Gambian dalasi banknotes with improved security features.

16/06/1997: Introduction of the 25 dalasis note

A new 25-dalasis banknote is introduced, featuring the portrait of President Jammeh, to commemorate 25 years of his rule.

22/07/1996: Change of banknotes and coins

New banknotes and coins featuring the portrait of President Jammeh are introduced, replacing the previous designs.

02/07/1987: Currency redenomination

The Gambian dalasi undergoes a redenomination, with 1 old dalasi being replaced by 10 new dalasis.

01/07/1977: Conversion to decimal currency

The Gambian dalasi is decimalized, with 1 dalasi being divided into 100 bututs.

27/07/1971: Introduction of the Gambian dalasi

The Gambian dalasi currency is introduced to replace the Gambian pound as the official currency of The Gambia.

11/09/1970: Introduction of the New Peso

The New Central Bank Act is enacted, leading to the introduction of a new currency called the New Peso, with a conversion rate of 1 New Peso to 2 old pesos.

04/07/1949: Central Bank of the Philippines

The Central Bank of the Philippines is established with the task of issuing and managing the Philippine currency.

20/10/1944: Introduction of the Philippine Liberation Peso

The United States-issued Philippine Liberation Peso is introduced to replace the Japanese-issued currency, serving as a transitional currency.

02/01/1942: Japanese Occupation

During World War II, the Japanese forces occupy the Philippines and introduce the Japanese-issued Philippine peso, known as Mickey Mouse money.

24/12/1933: Introduction of the Commonwealth Peso

The Commonwealth Act No. 265 is passed, creating a new Philippine currency called the Commonwealth Peso to replace the previous Peso.

12/06/1898: Philippine Independence

The Philippines declares independence from Spanish rule, leading to the establishment of the First Philippine Republic and the issuance of new currency.

01/05/1852: Introduction of the Peso

The Spanish colonial government issues the first official currency of the Philippines, known as the Peso, with a conversion rate of 2 Spanish reales to 1 Peso.