Identification by Sergio Sucre : 1A. The size is smaller than regular size of 156mm x 69mm.
General : Dark blue printing with blue-violet variations underprint. Obverse : On the right, image of 1 Bolívar coin. Payments to the Bearier in the Offices of the Bank.
On the left, the value " 1 ", with a serial number below. On the top left, the issuer name " BANCO CENTRAL DE VENEZUELA "«.
On the bottom, the denomination in words " UN BOLIVAR ". Reverse : In the center, the denomination in words " Un Bolívar ". On the left, Coat of Arms. On the right, a guilloche.In each corner the value " 1 ". Common name : This banknote, with the 2 Bolívares. Banknotes was also known with the popular name of " Tinotico ", in honor of the president of the Central Bank of Venezuela by then. Another popular name was " Monopolio ", derived by similar size and paper quality of the popular game " Monopoly ". The banknotes that are part of these issues are 1 Bolívar.
And 5 Bolívares (Design B, type B). Note about amount of pieces : Based on information from Venezuelan Metallic Coins. (Germán Hernandez) and Centralized banknote issues of Venezuela. (Sergio Sucre), the amount of pieces were 600 millions. However, the known series and amount of pieces are far from that the official amount.
Maybe there were other serie prefix that never have circulated and have been destroyed. There is no known case of the serie E8, however its existence is suspected. To complete the last bundle of the serie of 99,999,999 pieces, and the last piece could not be the serie number 100,000,000 instead it could be a replacement serie piece.» and " Primer Vice presidente " «. This item is in the category "Coins & Paper Money\Paper Money: World\South America".
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