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Argentina 100 Pesos (1990)

Item Code: AR-327c

Front: Portrait of General Domingo Faustino Sarmiento (1811 - 1888). Back: Liberty (Progreso) with a torch and shield. Argentinian coat of arms. Watermark: Repeated eight-angled smiling sunfaces - Sun of May - El Sol de Mayo. Main colour: Red. Security features: Watermark. Borromean Rings (Valknut) as registration device. Consecutively running black horizontal serial numbers on the obverse of the banknote. Colored fibers that fluoresce while being exposed to an ultraviolet light. Blind Code: There are four blue rectangles in the top left side of the banknote to enable physical identification of the note for the visually impaired. Artist: Casa de Moneda. Engraved by: Casa de Moneda. Signatures: René E. de Paul (Gerente General); Javier González Fraga (Presidente, 1989-1991). Issuer: Central Bank of the Republic of Argentina. Date of Issue: 15 June 1985. Circulation from: 25 November 1985. Withdrawn: 1 June 1992. Demonetized: 30 September 1992. Material: 100% cotton paper. Printer: Casa de Moneda de la República Argentina.

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Dimensions: 155 x 65 mm

Texts: Banco Central de la Republica Argentina. Cien Australes. One Hundred Australs.

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