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Haiti Currency

The gourde (French), goud (Creole) is the currency of Haiti. Its ISO 4217 code is HTG and it is divided into 100 centimes (French) or santim (Creole).


In 1875, banknotes were issued by the "National Bank of Haiti" in denominations of 25 centimes, 1 and 5 piastres (equal to gourdes). Following this, banknotes were issued in denominations ranging from 10 centimes to 5 gourdes by the various Haitian governments until 1916, when the "National Bank of the Republic of Haiti" began issuing notes. In 1920, 1, 2, 5, 10 and 20 gourdes notes were issued, with 50 and 100 gourdes added in 1925. In the 1970s, 25, 250 and 500 gourdes notes were introduced. In 1979, the Bank of the Republic of Haiti replaced the National Bank as the paper money issuing body. 1000 gourdes notes were introduced in 2004.

Banknotes currently in circulation are:

* 10 gourdes
* 20 gourdes
* 50 gourdes
* 100 gourdes
* 250 gourdes
* 500 gourdes
* 1000 gourdes

The 1, 2, and 5 gourde notes are no longer produced and may no longer be in circulation.