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The Dominican Republic 10 Centavos Oro is part of the family of notes issued in 1961 when the country encountered an economic crisis that caused people to hoard silver coins. This 4-piece uncut sheet of specimen banknotes is in used condition and is arranged 2 x 2. On the center of its obverse is the Banco de Reservas building. The bank logo is also visible. The reverse of the banknote depicts the coat of arms and a portrait of the cacique of the Taino tribe Enriquillio wearing a Libertad band with feathers. Each of the banknotes measures 118 x 53 mm and bears a red horizontal overprint MUESTRA SIN VALOR.