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The Peru 5 Soles De Oro Banknote was released by the Central Reserve Bank of Peru in 1971. It has hints of green, yellow, and orange and has dimensions of 155 x 65 mm. The banknotes obverse side depicts ancient pottery vases, the Peruvian emblem, and Inca Pachacutec who was the 9th ruler of the Inca state. The back of the paper bill features the rock of walls of Fortaleza de Sacsahuaman. The banknote carries a solid security thread and was printed by Thomas De La Rue & Company. This particular paper bill is in used condition.