Honduras 1 Lempira


Do you have a Honduran 1 Lempira Banknote? Here’s how to exchange it with us.

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The Honduran lempira is the official currency in Honduras and was named in honor of the Cacique Lempira in the 16th Century. The lempira was introduced to replace the peso in 1931. The first banknotes in denominations of 1, 2, 5, 10 and 20 lempiras were issued in 1932 by the Bank of Honduras and the Banco Atlantida. In 1950, the 50 and 100 lempiras notes were issued, followed by the 500 lempiras banknote in 1995.

The 1 Lempira note front design features Lempira (who was war chieftain of the Lencas of western Honduras in Central America during the 1530s). The reverse note side has the image of Copán (which is an archaeological site of the Maya civilization in the Copán Department of western Honduras). This note is part of the 2012 – 2016 series and, its color is red.

Text: Una Lempira, República de Honduras C.A, Banco Central de Honduras, Lempira, Presidente, Gerente, Secretario de Finanzas, República de Honduras Libre Soberana e Independiente, Ruinas de Copan Juego de Pelota y Escalinata, 1.

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