Première république (1902-1906, 1909-1959)
|Dimensions||180 × 80 mm|
Numista type number (https://en.numista.com/help/what-is-the-n-number-visible-in-the-catalogue-33.html)
Tracy L. Schmidt (editor); 2019. Standard Catalog of World Paper Money. Modern issues 1961-present (25th edition). Krause Publications, Iola, Wisconsin, United States.
Et 2 autres volumes.
Série : National Bank of Cuba (private)
(en) Issuer name on top, portrait of Méndez Capote at center. Face value in numbers on sides, on letters below portrait.
Color: black; serial# s: red.
Design is the same as on P# 65, with changes in text (see link below)
Banco Nacional de Cuba National Bank of Cuba
EL BANCO NACIONAL DE CUBA PAGARÁ AL PORTADOR Á LA PRESENTACIÓN EN SU OFICINA
DE LA CIUDAD DE LA HABANA LA CANTIDAD DE
ORO, Ó SU EQUIVALENTE EN MONEDA CORRIENTE DE LOS E. U. DE AMERICA
(en) At center fortress: castle of the Three Kings of the Point.
Issuer name in Spanish above image, and in English below, face value in numbers on both sides of image.
Design is the same as on P# 65 (see link below)
BANCO NACIONAL DE CUBA
NATIONAL BANK OF CUBA
(en) "Banco Nacional de Cuba - National Bank of Cuba" (complete name was on both languages), was a private bank, created from the reformatting of a branch of the North American Trust Company, and had not relation with the later public bank Banco Nacional de Cuba, created on 1949.
Domingo Méndez Capote was the president of the Cuban Senate at the moment of the issuing of this series.
This bank had not issuing privileges, but they ordered to ABNC to print a series of banknotes on 1905, first issued using "Pesos" currency and later, on the same year another series using "Dollars" currency.
As said before, this bank was not allowed to issue notes, so they were not distributed, most of the were destroyed, and remains are scarce, also were printed specimens, that are a bit more common.
|ND (1905)||(en) Not issued note|
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