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The Paraguay 100,000 Guaranies banknote is from the 2015-2017 series which are like preceding issues, but with new dates, new signatures, and new printers without imprints. It features on its obverse side San Roque Gonzez de Santa Cruz, a Jesuit priest, martyr and saint who was the first missionary among the Guarani people in Paraguay, as well as a semi-circle symbol for the blind, a round Coat of Arms with a star and a round emblem with a lion and a cap. Meanwhile, the reverse side shows the Represa de Itaipu (Itaipu hydroelectric dam) on the Parana River. The banknote is green, blue and yellow in color and measures 157 x 67 mm. It was given a grade of 68 by grading company Paper Money Guaranty (PMG).