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The Argentina 10 Peso banknote is part of the banknote series issued in 2003. Banknotes from this series are not anymore fully backed by US dollars. This particular banknote is in uncirculated condition. It is also TAP authenticated. The obverse of the note features a sculpture by Alfredo Bigatti La Patria Abanderada found at the Monumento a la Bandera. The banknote also bears a portrait of Manuel Belgrano who created the flag of Argentina. In the background of the bills obverse side is the 1812 report to the government of the United Provinces of the Rio de Plata. The reverse of the banknote displays the Monumento a la Bandera or the Monument of the Flag towering in Rosario. Another notable element found on the notes reverse is the Coat of Arms as well as a drum and laurels that represent the drummer Pedro Rios who died at the Tacauri battle. The 155 x 65 mm paper bill has a solid security thread with a demetallized BCRA $10. It also has an image of Manuel Belgrano and an electrotype MB as its watermark.