Spain 1 Peseta (King Fernando el Catolico)

Spain 1 Peseta (King Fernando el Catolico)


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The peseta was introduced in 1869 after Spain joined the Latin Monetary Union in 1868. The Spanish Law of June 26, 1864 decreed that in preparation for joining the Latin Monetary Union , the peseta became a subdivision of the peso with 1 peso duro = 5 pesetas. The peseta replaced the escudo at a rate of 5 pesetas = 1 peso duro = 2 escudos.  Was the currency of Spain between 1869 and 2002. The Banco de España started issuing these 1 Spanish Peseta banknotes in 1943. This 1 peseta banknote features King Fernando II el Catolico on the front side. On the back side of the Una Peseta banknote is an image of the explorer Columbus’s landing when discovering the New World.

Additional information


Portrait, Crown, Flag, Sword, Sceptre


Columbus – King Fernando II el Catolico


Explorer – King of Aragon


Spanish Peseta Banknote


1, Banco de Esapana, Una Peseta de Curso Legal



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Product Currencies

Spanish Pesetas

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