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Argentina 10 Pesos Banknote, 1973-1976, P-295a, UNC

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The Argentina 10 Peso banknote issued between 1973 - 1976 comes with the authorizing law citation DECRETO - LEY No 18.188/69 printed on its center front. The obverse side of the banknote has olive branches scattered on the bottom. On its right is a portrait of the Argentina flag creator Manuel Belgrano. The reverse depicts the national emblem, olive branches, and the Cataratas Del Iguazu or the Waterfalls of Iguazu. This 155 x 75 mm paper note has the Coat of Arms as its watermark.

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    ARGE295U
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The Argentina 10 Peso banknote issued between 1973 - 1976 comes with the authorizing law citation DECRETO - LEY No 18.188/69 printed on its center front. The obverse side of the banknote has olive branches scattered on the bottom. On its right is a portrait of the Argentina flag creator Manuel Belgrano. The reverse depicts the national emblem, olive branches, and the Cataratas Del Iguazu or the Waterfalls of Iguazu. This 155 x 75 mm paper note has the Coat of Arms as its watermark.

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