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Spain 1 Peseta 1948

Item Code: ES-135

Front: Effigy of Lady of Elche (Elx)*. Back: Orange twig. Watermark: None. Signatures: Antonio Goicoechea Cosculluela (Governor - El Gobernador, April 1938 - August 1950); Antonio Victoriano Martín Martín (The Auditor - El Interventor); Antonio Rodríguez y Morales de Setién (Cashier - El Cajero). Dominant colour: Brown. Security thread: Absent. Issuer: Bank of Spain. Date of Issue: 19 June 1948 (circulated from 18 March 1949). Artist: FNMT. Legal tender: Yes. Material: Cotton paper. Printer: Fábrica Nacional de Moneda y Timbre, Madrid. Printed: More than 160 Million notes.

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Dimensions: 84 x 59 mm

Remark: * A once polychrome stone bust that was discovered by chance in 1897 at L'Alcúdia, an archaeological
site on a private estate about two kilometers south of Elx (Elche), Valencia, Spain. The originally polychrome bust
is usually thought to represent a woman wearing a very complex headdress and big coils on each side of the face.


Texts: Banco de España. Una Peseta de curso legal. Madrid, 19 de Junio de 1948. Dama de Elche. Naranjas.

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