The 1,000,000 Bolivares (US$2.55; €2.20) banknote P-114; B-384 is distinguished by a captivating Orange hue and measures 157 x 69 mm.
The front of the banknote proudly features the distinguished portrait of Simón Bolívar, a symbol of historical legacy and national pride.
On the reverse side, the iconic National Pantheon in Caracas stands as a tribute to the country’s cultural heritage and historical significance.
This banknote, with the date “3 DE SEPTIEMBRE DE 2020,” was introduced into circulation on March 8, 2021. The “A” prefix accompanies it, and the banknote has a 4-mm windowed security thread with demetalized “BCV.” It was meticulously crafted by Casa de la Moneda Venezuela (CdlMV), a reputable printer in Venezuela. Another variation bears the “A” prefix as well, but with a 2-mm windowed security thread. This version was produced by the Federal State Unitary Enterprise “Goznak” (Russia) – FGU.
The watermark, a mark of authenticity, reveals the visage of Simón Bolívar alongside an electrotype “BCV.” A different serial number font type, marked with the “C” prefix, presents yet another variation. The signatures of Calixto José Ortega Sánchez and Sohail Hernández Parra grace this banknote with an air of authority.
This banknote commemorates the 200 Years of the Battle of Barabobo (21.06.1821 – 21.06.2021), adding a layer of historical significance to this currency.
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