Numismatic Catalog of Venezuela
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Obverse
Piece bbcv10bs-ca01-h7 (Obverse)
Photo from piece bbcv10bs-ca01-h7: Design C, Type A. Date Junio 06 1961. Serie H7
Photograph credits: Librería Cultural
Reverse
Piece bbcv10bs-ca01-h7 (Reverse)
Photo from piece bbcv10bs-ca01-h7: Design C, Type A. Date Junio 06 1961. Serie H7
Photograph credits: Librería Cultural
Characteristics
  • Date: Junio 06 1961
  • Identification by Sergio Sucre: 10D
  • Size: 156 x 69 mm (6.14 x 2.72 in.)
  • Obverse: Design in violet with frame-like border. On the left, portrait of Simon Bolivar inside an oval from unknown author. On the right, inside an oval, portrait taken from the litography of Lemoine about the Marshal of Ayacucho, Antonio José de Sucre. In each corner the value in words "DIEZ" «ten». In the center, the denomination value "10", below the denomination in words "DIEZ BOLIVARES" «Ten Bolívares» and the payment clause "PAGADEROS AL PORTADOR EN LAS OFICINAS DEL BANCO" «Payments to the Bearier in the Offices of the Bank». On the top, the issuer name "BANCO CENTRAL DE VENEZUELA" «Central Bank of Venezuela».
  • Reverse: Design in violet with frame-like border. In the center, Monument to Carabobo by Antonio Rodríguez del Villar, site which Bolívar achieved the independence of Venezuela on June 24th 1821. On the left, the denomination value "10". On the right, Coat of Arms. In each corner the value in words "DIEZ" «ten». On the bottom, the denomination in words "DIEZ BOLIVARES" «Ten Bolívares». On the top, the issuer name "BANCO CENTRAL DE VENEZUELA" «Central Bank of Venezuela».
  • Common name: Banknotes of Design A, Design B and Design C (before 1963) was known as "Cara Volteada" (turned face) because the face direction of the Marshal Sucre, which portrait was changed in banknotes design after 1963 (Design E).
  • Similarities of the obverse design: Similar to Design A, Type B, varying in the border design and a complete background security.
  • Similarities of the reverse design: Similar to Design B, Type A, with a change of the lowest motto in the Coat of Arms from "EEUU DE VENEZUELA" to "REPUBLICA DE VENEZUELA" «Republic of Venezuela», due to the country name change by the new constitution..
  • Signatures: "Presidente" «President» and "Primer Vice presidente" «First Vicepresident»
SCWPM Piece Code Date Serie Amount
Note
P42abbcv10bs-ca01-e7 Entry with photo Junio 06 1961
E7
1,116,000
P42abbcv10bs-ca01-f7 Entry with photo Junio 06 1961
F7
3,000,000
P42abbcv10bs-ca01-g7 Entry with photo to improve Junio 06 1961
G7
3,000,000
P42abbcv10bs-ca01-h7 Entry with photo Junio 06 1961
H7
3,000,000
P42abbcv10bs-ca01-j7 Entry with photo Junio 06 1961
J7
3,000,000
SCWPM Piece Code Date Serie Amount
Note
N/Lbbcv10bs-ca01-g7,e Entry with photo Junio 06 1961
G7
3,000,000
Error. Duplicate date and signatures
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