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The Peru 10 Intis Banknote is part of the 1985-1991 Inti series where the inti replaced the sol de oro at a rate of 1:1,000. This banknote issued in 1987 has shades of blue, black, purple, pink, and yellow and measures 150 x 75 mm. The obverse side features author, scholar, librarian and politician Ricardo Palma, as well as Perus Coat of Arms. Meanwhile, the reverse side shows an Indian man digging and a man picking cotton in a field. This banknote has no security thread but is watermarked with the image of Palma. It was given a grade of 66 by grading company Paper Money Guaranty (PMG).