The Bahamas had many cultures discover the beautiful island including Lucayans, Spanish and the British.
Before the Bahama dollar came into place the pound was in existence the dollar replaced the pound at a rate of 1 dollar = 7 shillings in 1966. This rate allowed the establishment of equal rates with the U.S. dollar, due to the sterling/dollar rate then being fixed at £1 = $2.80.
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