This 500 Bolivars banknote from Venezuela, designated with the catalog number P# 67e, is a fascinating piece of currency that represents the country's rich cultural and economic history. Featuring a portrait of Venezuelan liberator Simon Bolivar on the front, this note is a tribute to one of the country's most important historical figures. The back of the note depicts a scene of the National Pantheon of Venezuela, where Bolivar's remains are interred.
Measuring approximately 155 x 69 mm, this note has a colorful design with intricate details throughout. While this note has been circulated, it is still in excellent condition, graded as Extra Fine (XF). It has some signs of wear due to its age and use, but it still retains much of its original detail and design, with sharp corners and vibrant colors.
Whether you're a collector of rare banknotes or simply looking for an interesting piece of Venezuelan history, this 500 Bolivars banknote from 1995 is a great choice. With its striking design and exceptional condition, it is a true treasure that is both beautiful and valuable. Don't miss your chance to add this unique piece of Venezuelan currency to your collection today.
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