|Regent||John VI (1799-1816)|
|Value||150 Réis (0.150)|
|Size||97 × 73 mm|
Black in lithography on white paper.
In the center, at the top, the numerical value between two vignettes.
Reaes Casas da Fundição do ouro
Capitania de Minas Geraes
Quatro vintens de ouro
Cento e cincoenta reis.
Royal Gold Foundry Houses of the
Captaincy of Minas Gerais
Four gold vinténs
One hundred and fifty réis.
Engraver: Francisco Antônio da Silva
Blank, without printing.
Themes of this banknote
Due to the inexistence of small coins that could be exchanged for small amounts of powdered gold, D. João established that the same should also be done with printed tickets in the amounts of 1, 2, 4, 8, 12 and 16 vintens of gold, each vintém corresponding to 37 and 1/2 reis. Issued in large quantities, these tickets had wide circulation in the captaincy of Minas, integrating their circulating environment. Subsequently, due to the appearance of a large number of counterfeit tickets, their issuance was suspended.
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Permit of October 12, 1808
Royal Gold Foundry Houses
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