2000 pesos (US$26.39; €22.69) P-371; B-427 Color: Crown Dimensions: 155 x 65 mm
The front of the banknote features various elements. Firstly, the denomination is displayed as a registration device. The central image showcases the facade of the Malbrán Institute. Alongside this, you can see portraits of renowned doctors Ramón Carrillo and Cecilia Grierson. Also, there is a representation of the caduceus in green OVI (optically variable ink).
On the reverse side of the banknote, you’ll find the coat of arms and an illustration of the facade of the National Institute of Microbiology in Buenos Aires.
The banknote includes security measures to prevent counterfeiting. It has a security thread that is windowed and printed with “BCRA 2000.” This feature adds an extra layer of protection. A watermark of the portraits of Ramón Carrillo and Cecilia Grierson is embedded in the banknote, adding to its security features.
The banknote is printed by Sociedad del Estado (S.E.) Casa de Moneda, Buenos Aires, which is the official mint of Argentina.
The banknote is designated with the abbreviation “ND” (no date), but it was expected to be introduced by the end of 2022. The series of the banknote is labeled as “J.” The signatures of two prominent figures, Sergio Massa and Miguel Angel Pesce, also appear on the banknote.
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