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Piece bbcv100bs-bas4 : Banknote of 100 Bolívares (Tabla) : No date : Banco Central de Venezuela

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Obverse

Piece bbcv100bs-bas4 (Obverse)
Photograph credits: Monalisa Money Mondo

Reverse

Piece bbcv100bs-bas4 (Reverse)
Photograph credits: Monalisa Money Mondo

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Characteristics from Design B, Type A

  • Identification Code: bbcv100bs-ba
  • Identification by Sergio Sucre: 100B
  • Size: 156mm x 69mm
  • Obverse: Design in brown with frame-like border. On the right, portrait of Simon Bolivar inside an oval from unknown author. On the left, the denomination value "100". In the center, the denomination in words "CIEN BOLÍVARES" «one hundred Bolívares» with the payment clause "PAGADEROS AL PORTADOR EN LAS OFICINAS DEL BANCO" «Payments to the Bearier in the Offices of the Bank» below. On the top, the issuer name "BANCO CENTRAL DE VENEZUELA" «Central Bank of Venezuela». In each corner the denomination value "100".
  • Reverse: Design in brown with frame-like border. In the center, Monument to Carabobo by Antonio Rodríguez del Villar, site which Bolívar achieved the independence of Venezuela on June 24th 1821. On the left, inside a circle, the Coat of Arms. On the right, the denomination value "100". On the top, the issuer name "BANCO CENTRAL DE VENEZUELA" «Central Bank of Venezuela». On the bottom, the denomination in words "CIEN BOLÍVARES" «one hundred Bolívares». In each corner the denomination value "100".
  • Common name: This design had as common name "Orejón" (big ears) and it was retired out of circulation early because the inhabitants rejected the exaggerated and ugly engraving of Simon Bolivar

Characteristics

  • Identification Code: bbcv100bs-bas4
  • Piece type: Specimen banknote without date
  • Date: No date
  • Serie: C7. Prefix C followed by 7 zeroes
  • Amount: Unknown. 5 known pieces
  • Printer: Thomas de la Rue Limited
  • Numered specimen range: Known 2 - 72
  • Known pieces or cases: 2, 41, 42, 58 and 72
  • Note: Stamped on both faces "SPECIMEN" with two printer oval seals "SPECIMEN / NO VALUE", in red (not perfored).

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Signatures

  • Presidente «President»: No signature
  • Primer Vice presidente «First Vicepresident»: No signature

Identification in other catalogs

  • Qualitative code by Sergio Sucre: Not listed
  • Standard Catalog of World Paper Money (SCWPM): Not listed
NOTE: The piece identification from the Standard Catalog of World Paper Money (SCWPM) used in this website is updated to: Specialized issues (7th edition - 1995), General issues 1368-1960 (14th edition - 2012) and Modern issues 1961-2019 (25th edition - 2019)

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