The Central Bank of Barbados has issued a special banknote celebrating the island’s golden jubilee. It is basically the same banknote issued in 2013 but with an added logo on the front reading "Barbados 50".
From the press release: "We felt it was important to recognise this milestone in our nation's history with a commemorative note," said Octavia Gibson, Deputy Director, Currency at the Central Bank. "We consider the choice of the $50 apt, not only because of the denomination, but also because it bears the portrait of the Father of Independence, the Right Excellent Errol Barrow." The back of the note also carries a shot of Independence Square in Bridgetown.
Gibson assured the public that while the commemorative note carries the "Barbados 50" logo in the upper right corner of the front of the note, the security features have not changed. "You will see the same watermark, the ghost image of Errol Barrow, when you hold the note up to the light. The bars near the centre of the note still shift from red and green when the note is tilted and then become a complete strip when it is held up, and there is still the holographic foil patch on the right side. The features that people use to authenticate their notes have not changed."