|Emperor||Peter II (1831-1889)|
|Value||10000 Réis (100000.000)|
|Size||185 × 115 mm|
Blue and sepia on tile-colored paper, in calcography.
On the left, reference to the decree of June 1, 1833.
In the center, the figure of an indigenous couple next to a Christian cross, making allegory of Brazil's independence.
On the right, Weapons of the Empire.
10 DEZ 10 DEZ 10 DEZ 10 DEZ 10
IMPERIO DO BRASIL
Nº ____ 10$000
NO THESOURO NACIONAL SE PAGARÁ
ao portador desta a quantia de
DEZ MIL RÉIS, valor recebido.
de 1º de Junho
10 10 DEZ 10 DEZ 10 DEZ 10 10
Empire of Brazil
No. ____ 10$000
At the National Treasury you will pay bearer of this the amount of Ten Thousand Réis, amount received.
Decree of June 1, 1833.
Engraver: Jacob Perkins
Blank, without printing.
Specimen (what is?)
Specimen note sample
Themes of this banknote
(1) Indigenous couple next to a Christian cross, making allegory of Brazil's independence.
(2) Reference to the Decree of June 1, 1833 (left) and Coat of Arms of the Empire of Brazil (right).
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).
Decree of June 1, 1833
Perkins, Bacon & Petch
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|ND (1840)||699,992||P# A213; One handwritten signature|
|ND (1840)||P# A213s; Specimen|
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