5 Pesos

Features

Country Argentina
Period Federal Republic (1861-date)
Type Standard banknote
Years 1935-1948
Value 5 Pesos (5 ARM)
Currency Peso moneda nacional (1881-1969)
Composition Paper
Size 146 × 73 mm
Shape Rectangular
Demonetized 07-01-1965
Number N# 262637
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References P# 252
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).

Lettering:
República Argentina
La Nación
pagará al portador y a la vista
CINCO PESOS
Moneda Nacional
EMISION A CARGO DEL GOBIERNO NACIONAL ART. 36 Ley 12155
POR EL GOBIERNO NACIONAL
BANCO CENTRAL DE LA REPUBLICA ARGENTINA

Translation:
Argentinian republic
The nation
will pay the bearer and at sight
FIVE PESOS
National currency
ISSUANCE BY THE NATIONAL GOVERNMENT ART. 36 Law 12155
FOR THE NATIONAL GOVERNMENT
CENTRAL BANK OF THE ARGENTINE REPUBLIC

Designer: Louis-Eugène Mouchon (attributed)

Reverse

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

Lettering:
REPUBLICA ARGENTINA
CINCO PESOS

Translation:
ARGENTINE REPUBLIC
FIVE PESOS

Signatures

Raúl Prebisch (RPr) General Manager
Ernesto Bosch (EB) President
Edmundo G. Gagneux (EGᴰ) Deputy General Manager
Edmundo G. Gagneux (EGᴳ) General Manager
Domingo O. Maroglio (DMᴳ) General Manager
Miguel Miranda (MM) President
Ernesto H. Carreras (EHC) General Manager
Domingo O. Maroglio (DMᴾ) President

See also

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Date Signatures VG F VF XF AU UNC
ND (1935-1943)  RPr, EB 1 Serie D
ND (1944)  EGᴰ, EB 2.1 Serie D
ND (1945)  EGᴳ, EB 2.2 Serie D
ND (1946-1948)  DMᴳ, MM 3 Series D, E
ND (1948)  EHC, DMᴾ 4 Serie E

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