591 pieces and counting

there are approximately 850+ pieces of Commemorative banknotes issued, excluding those repeats

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Total commemorative banknotes issued is about 750 pieces (give or take). If you have achieved any figures close to this, then you are doing extremely well, as many of the older commemorative notes are hard to find in any conditions.

12 October 2011

Trinidad & Tobago - 2009 CHOGM Commemorative

One Hundred Dollars, Dated 2009 PNL
Commemorating the 2009 Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting (CHOGM)
Reverse
Commonwealth Head of Government Meeting (CHOGM)is a biennial meeting of all the heads of the commonwealth nations. the meeting is held in difference member state and is usually chaired by the President or Prime Minister of the host nation.The first CHOGM was held in 1971 in Singapore and a set of postage stamps were released to commemorate this event. The next meeting (21st) will be held in Perth Australia (28-30 October 2011) and will be chaired by the Australian Prime Minister Julia Gillard. This is the third time Australia is staging this event and unfortunately only coins are issued to celebrate this special occasion. The meeting in 1971 lasted for 9 days and over the years it reduced to a week, 5 days and now to just 3 days. The topic of discussions varies from economy to election frauds, military coups etc. The Commonwealth nations comprise of 54 members, with Fiji as a suspended member. Zimbabwe withdrew from the group in December 2003. The next meeting will be in 2013 in Sri Lanka. 

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