The 200,000 Bolivares (US$0.51; €0.44) banknote P-112; B-382, presents a dignified Gray color and measures 157 x 69 mm.
The front of the banknote features the esteemed portrait of Simón Bolívar, an embodiment of historical legacy and national pride.
On the reverse side, the iconic National Pantheon in Caracas stands as a testament to the country’s cultural heritage and historical significance.
This banknote, marked with the date “3 DE SEPTIEMBRE DE 2020,” was introduced into circulation on March 8, 2021. The “A” prefix accompanies it, and the banknote bears a 4-mm windowed security thread with demetalized “BCV.” It was meticulously crafted by Casa de la Moneda Venezuela (CdlMV), a respected printer in Venezuela.
The watermark, a mark of authenticity, showcases Simón Bolívar’s visage alongside an electrotype “BCV.”
The signatures of Calixto José Ortega Sánchez and Sohail Hernández Parra lend an air of authority to this notable currency, reflecting the country’s historical and cultural heritage.
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