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The Italy 10,000 lire banknote from the 1984 series shows the seal of the Maritime Republics. Italian physicist Alessandro Volta and his invention - the first electrical battery known as the voltaic pile, are also featured on this banknotes obverse side. The reverse of the Italy 10,000 lire banknote displays the penal code as well as the Tempio Voltiano museum in Como surrounded by trees. The 133 x 70 mm note has a solid security thread and a watermark of Alessandro Volta with an electrotype Banca DItalia monogram.
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