The Bahraini Dinar (BHD) is the currency of the small island country of the Kingdom of Bahrain. The dinar was born in 1965 and superseded the gulf rupee.
Bahrain Dinars come in a variety of bills which include ¼, ½, 1, 5, 10, and 20 dinar note which were introduced in 1967. The issuance of Bahrain dinars is controlled by the Central Bank of Bahrain. It has been said that in addition to Bahrain Dinars, many Bahrain based businesses also accept Saudi Riyals so if you have some spare and are travelling to Bahrain, see if you can use them up!.
Bahrain Dinars are Pegged against the US Dollar.
You can buy Bahrain Dinars in a variety of denominations directly from The Currency Club.