5 Mil Réis Thesouro Nacional; 2nd print

5 Mil Réis (Thesouro Nacional; 2nd print) -  obverse5 Mil Réis (Thesouro Nacional; 2nd print) -  reverse

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Features

Issuer Brazil
Emperor Peter II (1831-1889)
Type Standard banknote
Year 1842
Value 5000 Réis (5000.000)
Currency Real (1799-1942)
Composition Paper
Size 175 × 93 mm
Shape Rectangular
Demonetized 1846
Number N# 222284
Numista type number (https://numista.com)
References P# A212
Tracy L. Schmidt (editor); 2019. Standard Catalog of World Paper Money. Modern issues 1961-present (25th edition). Krause Publications, Iola, Wisconsin, USA.
And 2 more volumes.

Obverse

Carmine on greenish paper, in calcography.
On the left, reference to the decree of June 1, 1833.
In the center, above, two children's figures, allegory to the arts.
On the right, Weapons of the Empire.

Lettering:
5 CINCO 5 CINCO 5 CINCO 5 5
IMPERIO DO BRASIL
Nº ____ 5$000
NO THESOURO NACIONAL SE PAGARÁ
ao portador desta a quantia de CINCO
MIL RÉIS, valor recebido.
5
Decreto
de 1º de Junho
de 1833.
5 5 CINCO 5 CINCO 5 CINCO 5

Translation:
5 Five
Empire of Brazil
No. ____ 5$000
At the National Treasury you will pay bearer of this the amount of Five Thousand Réis, amount received.
5
Decree of June 1, 1833.
5 Five

Engraver: Jacob Perkins

Reverse

Blank, without printing.

Comments

Themes of this banknote
       
(1) Two children's figures, allegory to the arts.

      
(2) Reference to the Decree of June 1, 1833 (left) and Coat of Arms of the Empire of Brazil (right).

Notes
There is no indication of print.


Example of a security sticker whose cut must coincide with the corresponding cut on the bead from which it was detached.


To know more... Second Empire of Brazil and Réis (Rs).

Legislation
Decree of June 1, 1833

Printer
Perkins, Bacon & Petch

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Date No. printed VG F VF XF AU UNC
ND (1842)  699 996 P# 212; One handwritten signature

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