• One Hundred Spanish Pesetas (1928)

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    One Hundred Spanish Pesetas

    Very Rare 

    Serial No: A7615031
    Series: 1928
    Condition: XF

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    Front: Effigy of Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra (1547 - 1616). Monument* to Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra on
    Plaza de España in Madrid. 
    Back: The painting "Encounter of the Dukes by Don Quixote" (“Encuentro de Don
    Quijote con los Duques”) by Luis Menéndez Pidal. Duke and Duchess encounter Don Quixote and Sancho and
    decide to invite them to their palace for amusement and practical jokes. 
    Watermark: Head of Miguel de Cervantes
    Saavedra in profile. 
    Signatures: Don Carlos Vergara Cailleaux (Governor - El Gobernador, Feb. 1924 - Oct. 1929);
    Adolfo Castaño Orejón (The Auditor - El Interventor); Bonifacio Burgos Delgado (Cashier - El Cajero). 
    Dominant colours: Purple and blue. 
    Security thread: Absent. 
    Issuer: Bank of Spain. 
    Date of Issue: 15 August 1928 (circulated from 1937). 
    Artist: Unknown.
    Legal tender: No. 
    Date of withdrawal: N/a. 
    Material: Cotton paper.
    Printer: Bradbury Wilkinson, New Malden and Co. Ltd., New Malden, Surrey, England. 
    Printed: 20 Million notes.

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