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100 Mil Réis Caixa de Estabilização; 1st print

Features

Country Brazil
Period Republic of the United States of Brazil (1889-1967)
Type Standard banknote
Year 1927
Value 100000 Réis (100000.000)
Currency Real (1799-1942)
Composition Paper
Size 187 × 85 mm
Shape Rectangular
Demonetized 1951
References P# 106
  • Tracy L. Schmidt (editor); 2019. Standard Catalog of World Paper Money. Modern issues 1961-present (25th edition). Krause Publications, Iola, Wisconsin, USA. ISBN 9781440248986.
  • Tracy L. Schmidt (editor); 2016. Standard Catalog of World Paper Money. General issues, 1368-1960 (16th edition). Krause Publications, Iola, Wisconsin, USA. ISBN 9781440247071.
  • George S. Cuhaj (editor); 2013. Standard Catalog of World Paper Money. Specialized Issues (12th edition). Krause Publications, Iola, Wisconsin, USA. ISBN 9781440238833.

Obverse

Black on polychrome, in calcography and lithography.
In the center, the effigy of a female figure (Marianne), representing the Republic and Liberty, flanked by the number 100 on both sides.

Lettering:
100 100
REPUBLICA DOS
ESTADOS UNIDOS DO BRASIL
A CAIXA DE ESTABILIZAÇÃO PAGARÁ AO PORTADOR, Á VISTA, NO RIO DE JANEIRO, EM OURO CONFORME A LEI N.5108, DE 18 DE DEZEMBRO DE 1926, A QUANTIA DE
100 100
CEM MIL REIS
100 VALOR RECEBIDO EM OURO 100
AMERICAN BANK NOTE COMPANY.

Translation:
Republic of the United States of Brazil
The Stabilization Fund will pay to the carrier, In sight, In Rio de Janeiro, in gold according to law N.5108, of December 18, 1926, the amount of One Hundred Thousand Réis
Amount Received in gold
American Bank Note Company.

Engraver: Sukeichi Oyama

Reverse

Green, in calcography.
In the center is the image of the Stabilization Fund building.

Lettering:
100 100
100 100
REPUBLICA DOS
ESTADOS UNIDOS DO BRASIL
100 100
American Bank Note Company

Translation:
Republic of the United States of Brazil
100 100
American Bank Note Company

Comments

Specimens
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Specimen note image (P# 106s.1)

Specimen note image (P# 106s.2)

Themes of this banknote
      
(1) The Three Fates (~1880) by Paul Thumann (1834-1908)
Female face, allegory of Marianne (Republic and Liberty). Print "de Reverie", executed by Sukeichi Oyama (1858-1922), based on the work "The Three Fates" (~ 1880) by Paul Thumann (1834-1908).

      
(2) Stabilization Fund building, on occasion.
In this same building, the headquarters of the Conversion Box (1906 to 1913) operated; headquarters of the Caixa de Stabilização (1926 to 1930) and provisional headquarters of the Ministry of Finance (1934-1943) and in the 1960s it became the Central Bank, being today the headquarters of the Circulating Department - MECIR.
       
Notes

To know more... Republic of the United States of Brazil (1st Republic) and Réis (Rs)

Legislation
Decree 5108 of December 18, 1926

Signatures
P# 106a.1
P# 106a.2
P# 106a.3
P# 106a.4
P# 106a.5
P# 106a.6

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Date VG F VF XF AU UNC
ND (1927)  P# 106a.1; Series #1 - 14; Two signatures
ND (1927)  P# 106a.2; Series #1 - 14; Two signatures
ND (1927)  P# 106a.3; Series #1 - 14; Two signatures
ND (1927)  P# 106a.4; Series #1 - 14; Two signatures
ND (1927)  P# 106a.5; Series #1 - 14; Two signatures
ND (1927)  P# 106a.6; Series #1 - 14; Two signatures
ND (1927)  P# 106s.1; Specimen (Modelo)
ND (1927)  P# 106s.2; Specimen

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