Updated: Nov 12, 2021
This Nigerian banknote represents the 3rd denomination of the Nigerian Pound (Series 1967). The observe features the Central Bank of Nigeria. The reverse depicts a Nigerian man threshing a palm branch for dates. (The note's dimensions are 150 mm × 84 mm or 5.90 in × 3.30 in)
The Nigerian Pound was the currency of the colonial and early post-coloinal Nigeria. The Pound was a non-denominational currency divided into Shillings (1/20 Pound) and Pennies (1/240 Pound). It was succeeded by the decimal Naira, in 1973.