|Issuing bank||National Bank of Cuba|
Second Republic (1959-date)
|Value||1 Peso (1 CUP)|
|Currency||Cuban Peso (moneda nacional, 1914-date)|
|Size||156 × 67 mm|
100th., Birth Aniversary of Cuban National Hero Jose Marti
Portrait of José Martí on left, and allegory of Montecristi Mainfesto on center.
Issuer name o top, red seal of National Bank of Cuba between portrait and allegory.
Color: Black and blue,
UN PESO UN
BANCO NACIONAL DE CUBA
CENTENARIO DE MARTÍ CENTENARIO DE MARTÍ
GARANTIZADO INTEGRAMENTE CON EL ORO, CAMBIO EXTRANJERO
CONVERTIBLE EN ORO Y TODOS LOS DEMÁS ACTIVOS DEL BANCO NACIONAL DE CUBA.
ESTE BILLETE CONSTITUYE UNA OBLIGACIÓN DEL ESTADO CUBANO.
One Peso one
National Bank of Cuba
Centenary of Martí Centenary of Martí
Fully Guaranteed with the gold, foreign exchange.
Convertible into gold and all the other assets of the National Bank of Cuba
This note constitutes an obligation of the Cuban State.
Engraver: American Bank Note Company (U.S.A.) - ABNC
Cuban coat of arms at center, in oval frame, on front of Cuba island silhouette. Country name on top; face value in numbers and letters on both ends. Event dates to left of coat of arms.
REPUBLICA DE CUBA
28 de Enero
ESTE BILLETE TIENE CURSO LEGAL Y FUERZA LIBERATORIA ILIMITADA, DE ACUERDO CON LA LEY,
PARA EL PAGO DE TODA OBLIGACIÓN CONTRAÍDA O A CUMPLIR EN EL TERRITORIO NACIONAL.
Republic of Cuba
This note is legal tender and has unlimited liberatory force, in accordance with the law,
for payment of all obligations, contracted or to be fulfilled, on the whole national territory
This banknote is the first commemorative at Cuba, honoring José Martí's birth centenary. Also refers to Montecristi Manifesto, that is the official document of the Revolutionary Cuban Party, exposing the reasons for Cuban Revolution to gain its Independence. Was written by José Martí and signed by Martí and Máximo Gómez at Montecristi, Dominican Republic, on March 25th., 1895.
Is noticeably the Manifesto clarifies, it's not a fight against Spain, but against the colonial regime.
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|1953||P# 86a -Issued note. Signatures: Joaquín Martínez Sáenz & Marino López Blanco|
|1953||P# 86s - Specimen|
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