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Dominican Republic 200 Pesos Oro 2007

Item Code: DO-178

Front: The Mirabal Sisters - four Dominican political dissidents who opposed the dictatorship of Rafael Trujillo. Depicted are the three sisters, Patria Mirabal, Minerva Mirabal and Maria Teresa Mirabal, who were assassinated in 1960. Seal of the Central Bank of the Republic. A butterfly symbolising the Mirabal sisters. Blossoms of the Mahogany Tree, La caoba (Swietenia mahagoni), formerly (1957-2011) the national flower and now the national tree of the Dominican Republic. Back: Monument to the Mirabal Sisters in Salcedo in a small park across the street from the Ojo de Aqua house. Watermark: Juan Pablo Duarte; Electrotype '200'. Predominant colour: Pink. Artist: De La Rue. Signatures: Héctor Valdez Albizu (Governor); Vicente Bengoa (Secretary). Issuer: Central Bank of the Dominican Republic. Date of Issue: 2007. Material: Cotton paper. Printing method: Intaglio. Printer: De La Rue Plc, Basingstoke, England.

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Dimensions: 157 x 67 mm

Texts: Banco Central de la Republica Dominicana. Este billete tiene fuerza liberatoria para el pago de todas las obligaciones publicas o privadas. Gobernador del Banco Central. Secretario de Estado de Hacienda. Doscientos Pesos Oro. Dios. Patria. Libertad. Monumento a Las Hermanas Mirabal.

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