Liberia P-28b / 20 Dollars 2003 – UNC
|Issued by||Central Bank of Liberia|
|Issue||2003-2011 “Central Bank of Liberia” on Back Issue|
|Size||157 x 67 mm|
|Printer||De La Rue, London (England) – DLR|
|Obverse||William V.S. Tubman (19th president).
Coat of arms depicting a shield containing a picture of 19th century ship arriving in Liberia. The ship symbolizes the ships which brought the freed slaves from the United States to Liberia. The plough (plow) and the shovel represent the dignity of labor and hard work through which the nation will prosper. The rising sun in the background represents the birth of a nation. The palm tree, the nation’s most versatile source of food, represents prosperity. The white dove with a scroll represents the breath of peace
|Reverse||Logo of the Central Bank of Liberia depicting “Kissi Money” and a 1969 Liberian 50 Cents coin. Men and women at outdoor market|