Spain 1000 Pesetas (Ramon de Santillan)

Spain 1000 Pesetas (Ramon de Santillan)

$0.10

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Description

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 1000 Spanish Peseta banknotes in 1949.  The banknote of mil pesetas features the image of Ramon de Santillan, Spanish politician. 

Additional information

Colour
Object

Portrait, Painting "El Bebedor" by Goya

Person

Ramon de Santillan

Profession

Minister of Finance – Politician – Soldier

Series

Spanish Peseta Banknote

Text

El Banco de Espana Pagara al Portador Mil Pesetas

Years

1949

Composition material

Paper

Product Currencies

Spanish Pesetas

Tender Types

Banknotes

Country

Spain

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