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Every Mikkle

  • "Every Mikkle Mek a Muckle” is the Jamaican phrase that loosely means “a lot of small amounts put together become a large amount.” The Jamaican currency has undergone several changes since its debut in 1969. The first paper bills released in 1970 featured images of notable Jamaican figures and landmarks. In 1974, a new series of bills was released, highlighting national heroes and symbols of independence. Over the years, new coins were also introduced including a $5 coin (1994) and a $20 coin (2000). The newest notes are the $1000 (2000) and the $5000 (2009). 

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