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Argentina 2 Pesos 1997 (2002)

Item Code: AR-352

Front: Portrait of Lieutenant General Bartolomé Mitre (1821 - 1906). Replica of a handwritten manuscript from "History of Belgrano y de la Independencia Argentina". Detail of the front door gate of his house. Back: The Museo Mitre (Mitre Museum) in Buenos Aires, a museum dedicated to Argentine history, as well as to the legacy of President Bartolomé Mitre. The initials of his name. Tiles typical of the period observed. Argentinian coat of arms. Watermark: Portrait of Bartolomé Mitre and his initials "BM". Main colours: Blue and brown. Artist: Unknown. Engraved by: Unknown. Signatures: (as depicted) Mercedes Marcó del Pont (Presidente B.C.R.A., 23 Jan. 2010 – 18 Nov. 2013); E. Fellner (Presidente H.C. Diputados). Issuer: Central Bank of the Republic of Argentina. Date of Issue: 26 Nov. 1997. Withdrawn: Current. Demonetized: Current. Legal tender: Yes. Material: 100% cotton. Printer: Casa de Moneda de la República Argentina.

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Dimensions: 155 x 65 mm

Texts: Banco Central de la Republica Argentina. Dos Pesos. Two Pesos. Republica Argentina en unión y libertad. Bartolome
Mitre (Buenos Aires 1821 - 1906) destacado politico, militar, historiador, hombre de letras y periodista. Gobernador de la Provincia
de Buenos Aires y Presidente de la Republica Argentina (1862 - 1868).

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