The gourde (French), goud (Kreyol) is the currency of Haiti. Its ISO 4217 code is HTG and it is divided into 100 centimes (French) or santim (Kreyol). Five Haitian gourdes are the equivalent of one Haitian dollar.
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First some Historic Currency …
At the end of the Baby Doc Duvalier regime the one and two gourde note were over printed with a red circle and slash across it with the date of the end of the Duvalier regime—”February 7, 1986″—printed below it in red [ < left ]. The overprint was placed over the image of Baby Doc on the 5 gourde note and his father the infamous Papa Doc, François Duvalier. Subsequent notes were replaced with images of figures from the history of the Haitian Republic.
Coins currently in circulation:
50 centimes, 1 gourde, and 5 gourdes. Banknotes include: 10, 25, 50, 100, 250, 500, 1000 gourdes
Haitian currency currently in use :