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Piece bbcv5bsf-aa06s (Obverse)
Photograph credits: Ramón Nuñez
Piece bbcv5bsf-aa06s (Reverse)
Photograph credits: Ramón Nuñez
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Characteristics from Design A, Type A
  • Identification Code: bbcv5bsf-aa
  • Identification by Sergio Sucre: 5D
  • Size: 156 x 69 mm (6.14 x 2.72 in.)
  • General: Multicolor design with orange as predominant colors.
  • Obverse: Design with portrait orientation. On the top, "REPÚBLICA BOLIVARIANA DE VENEZUELA" «Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela». Below, the denomination value "5", the denomination in words "CINCO BOLÍVARES" «five Bolívares», the date, the payment clause "PAGADEROS AL PORTADOR EN LAS OFICINAS DEL BANCO" «Payments to the Bearier in the Offices of the Bank» and the signers. At right, watermarks zone. On the bottom, portrait of Pedro Camejo (Negro Primero) based on a brozen bust done in 1930 by Antonio Rodríguez del Villar and it's located in Monument to Carabobo, with the denomination value "5" below. The serial numbers are located at upper right and bottom left rotated 90 degrees clock-wise.
  • Reverse: Design with landscape orientation. In the center, over the field Giant Armadillo (Priodontes maximus). On the right, watermarks zone. On the top left, the issuer name "BANCO CENTRAL DE VENEZUELA" «Central Bank of Venezuela». On the left, Coat of Arms. On the bottom right, the denomination value "5" and the denomination in words "CINCO BOLÍVARES" «five Bolívares».
  • Some security elements: security thread with "BCV 5", "BCV 5", "BCV 5" and "BCV 5" (in front of light); watermarks, invisible ink (ultraviolet) and see-through perfect print registration. On the obverse latent image "5" on the bottom.
  • Watermark: portrait of Pedro Camejo and the denomination value "5".
  • Identification Code: bbcv5bsf-aa06s
  • Piece type: Specimen banknote with date
  • Date: Agosto 19 2014
  • Serie: T8. Prefix T followed by 8 zeroes or digits
  • Amount: 100 (estimated).
  • Printer: Unknown
  • Numbered specimen range: Estimated 0001 - 0100. Known 0003 - 0100
  • Numbered specimen serie: 4. 4 digits
  • Known numbered specimen serial prefix: 00 ?
  • Note: Stamped on both faces "MUESTRA SIN VALOR" «sample with no value» in red (not perfored). Numbered specimen
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  • Presidente BCV «President of BCV»: Nelson Merentes
  • Primer Vicepresidente BCV «First vicepresident of BCV»: Eudomar Tovar
Identification in other catalogs
NOTE: The piece identification from the Standard Catalog of World Paper Money (SCWPM) used in this website is updated to: Specialized issues (7th edition - 1995), General issues 1368-1960 (14th edition - 2012) and Modern issues 1961-2019 (25th edition - 2019)
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