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Spain 5 Pesetas 1951

Item Code: ES-140a

Front: Portrait of Jaime Luciano Balmes y Urpiá (1810 – 1848). Back: Bridge of Queralt and Vic Cathedral, officially Cathedral of St. Peter the Apostle in Vic, Catalonia, Spain. Jaime Balmes was born in Vic and his remains are kept in a grave in the Vic Cathedral. Watermark: Portrait of Jaime Balmes. Main colours: Black and dark green. Artist: FNMT. Signatures: Francisco de Cárdenas y de la Torre (Governor - El Gobernador, August 1950 - September 1951); Antonio Victoriano Martín Martín (The Auditor - El Interventor, 1940–1954); Joaquín Serrano García (Cashier - El Cajero, 1949–1970). Issuer: Banco de España. Date of issue: 16 August 1951. Legal tender: Yes. Material: Cotton paper. Printing method: Intaglio. Printer: Fábrica Nacional de Moneda y Timbre, Madrid (FNMT).

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Dimensions: 110 x 58 mm
Texts: Banco de España. Cinco Pesetas de curso legal. Madrid, 16 de Agosto de 1951. Billete moneda Española.
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