|Value||5 Pesos Oro (5 COP)|
|Currency||Peso decimalized (1847-date)|
|Size||141 × 71 mm|
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.
On blue color, left side portrait of Jose M. Cordoba; in the middle of the note lettering between 5 numbers above and below; the number 5 in the four corners, one of them (bottom left) slanted 45 degrees. The serial numbers are in red color.
EL BANCO DE LA REPÚBLICA
PAGARÁ AL PORTADOR
THE BANK OF THE REPUBLIC (central bank)
WILL PAY THE BEARER
FIVE GOLD PESOS
In brown color, image of Lady Liberty in the center, facing right, within a circle, with lettering around it and between two large numbers 5. The number 5 appears in the four corners of the note, all slanted 45 degrees, left or right, from the vertical axis.
BANCO DE LA REPÚBLICA
CINCO PESOS ORO
José María Córdoba (1799 - 1729) was a General of the Colombian army during the War of independence.
Printer: American Bank Note Company
The 1940-1947 issues have the number symbol (Nº) before the serial numbers.
The 1949-1950 issues do not have the number symbol.
1940-1943 have a red series letter (M).
1944-1950 have a blue-black series letter (M or FF).
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