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Spain 100 Pesetas 1925

Item Code: ES-69C

Front: Portrait of Felipe II or Philip II "the Prudent" of Spain (1527 - 1598) (from the painting by Titian (Tiziano) in Augsburg). Vignette
of the Monastery and Site of the Escorial, which is a historical residence of the King of Spain, in the town of San Lorenzo de El Escoria
near Madrid. Back: Reproduction of the picture by the painter of historical themes L. Álvarez "La Silla de Felipe II", where the rock in the
form of a chair is seen from where the King supervised the works of El Escorial. Watermark: Felipe II. Signatures: Adolfo Castanõ
Orejón (The Auditor - El Interventor); Don Carlos Vergara Cailleaux (
Governor - El Gobernador, Feb. 1924 - Oct. 1929); Bonifacio Burgos
Delgado (Cashier - El Cajero). Main colours: Dark blue, green and brown-orange. Security thread: Absent. Issuer: Bank of Spain.
Date of Issue: 1 July 1925. Circulation from: June 1927. Artist: L.Alvarez (reverse painting only). Sketch approval: 30 June 1925.
Legal tender: No, after April 1939. Date of withdrawal: 18 July 1936. Material: Cotton paper. Printer: Bradbury, Wilkinson & Co.
Ld., New Malden, Surrey, England. Total emission: 75 million.

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Dimensions: 141 x 100 mm

Texts: El Banco de España pagará al portador Cien Pesetas. Madrid, 1º de Julio de 1925. Bradbury, Wilkinson y Cª Grabadores,
New Malden, Surrey, Inglaterra. Dogs. Armour. One Hundred Pesetas.

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