1 Peso

1 Peso -  obverse1 Peso -  reverse

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Features

Country Argentina
Period Federal Republic (1861-date)
Type Standard banknote
Years 1951-1952
Value 1 Peso (1 ARM)
Currency Peso moneda nacional (1881-1969)
Composition Paper
Size 130 × 65 mm
Shape Rectangular
Demonetized 12-29-1962
Number N# 238606
Numista (https://numista.com)
References P# 262
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

Effigy of progress (a seated woman representing the republic who rests her right hand on a plate with the Argentine coat of arms while holding a lit torch with her left).

Serial number on right in red

Lettering: El Banco Central de la Republica Argentina Pagara al portador y al la vista Un Peso Moneda National 1 Leyes Nos 12.962 y 13.571

Translation:
The Central Bank of the Argentine Republic
will pay the bearer and at sight
One Peso National Currency 1
Laws N ° 12,962 and 13,571

Designer: Louis-Eugène Mouchon (attributed)

Reverse

Green design showing the Argentine coat of arms, texts and a representation of laurels as the predominant theme.

Lettering: Republica Argentina Un Peso

Translation:
Argentine Republic
One Peso

Watermark

4 windows, reverse right to left AR. Inside wreath two hands holding staff with liberty hat on top.Under Un Peso 1 Peso. inside frame at left, small RA

Signatures

Juan J. Bosio (JJB) General Manager
Alfredo Gómez Morales (AGM₁) President

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Date Signatures VG F VF XF AU UNC
ND (1951-1952)  JJB, AGM₁ Serie Ñ

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