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.