Paper Money Book

The 20 Bolivares (US$51.08; €43.92) banknote P-117; B-387 is characterized by a captivating Orange hue and measures 157 x 69 mm.

The front side of the banknote prominently features the distinguished portrait of Simón Bolívar, a symbol of enduring historical significance.

Flipping the banknote reveals the iconic National Pantheon in Caracas, a representation of cultural heritage and historical importance.

For enhanced security, a windowed security thread glimmers with the demetalized inscription “BCV,” reinforcing the authenticity of the banknote. The watermark, a hallmark of genuine currency, presents the visage of Simón Bolívar alongside an electrotype “BCV.”

Produced with precision by Casa de la Moneda Venezuela (CdlMV), a reputable printer located in Venezuela, the banknote bears the date “29 DE ABRIL DE 2021” and the prefix “A.” It was introduced into circulation between October 1 and 10, 2021. The signatures of Calixto José Ortega Sánchez and Sohail Hernández Parra add an authoritative touch to this esteemed currency.

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