Golden anniversary coin for BMA

  • Gold standard: The BMA 50th anniversary gold coin (Photograph supplied)

    Gold standard: The BMA 50th anniversary gold coin (Photograph supplied)

  • Bermudiana money, a new issue by the BMA (Photograph supplied)

    Bermudiana money, a new issue by the BMA (Photograph supplied)

The island’s financial regulator and currency issuer has struck new coins to celebrate its 50th anniversary.

The Bermuda Monetary Authority has issued triangular coins featuring a compass rose and a map of Bermuda which is available in $5 in gold, $2 in silver and 25˘ in cupronickel.

The authority has also issued a Bermudiana coin, the first in a series of six designed to feature the island’s national flower.

The Bermudiana commemorative coin has two colour versions that highlight the distinctive purple petals and yellow centre of Bermuda’s national flower, as well as gold, silver and cupronickel denominations,

The BMA is responsible for currency and also regulates the financial services sector.

The coins are available at market prices from the Note&Coin Exhibit at BMA House, Victoria Street, Hamilton, Monday to Friday, 9am to 4pm.

For more information on the BMA’s Commemorative Coins, e-mail, or call 295-5278

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Published Sep 3, 2019 at 8:00 am (Updated Sep 3, 2019 at 8:05 am)

Golden anniversary coin for BMA

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