Venezuela new 2-bolívar note (B371a) confirmed

On 20 August 2018, Venezuela began the process of demonetizing all preceding bolívar issues and replacing them at a rate of 100,000:1 (effectively removing five zeroes) with a new currency called the bolívar soberano (Spanish: sovereign bolivar, Bs.S.). The new notes come in eight denominations from 2 to 500 bolívars, without the adjective soberano.

B371 (P101): 2 bolívares

Green. Front (vertical): Spanish text; building with tower; Josefa Camejo; flowers; bird as registration device. Back: Spanish text; coat of arms; yellow-shouldered amazon (Amazona barbadensis) parrot; Cayo Sal in Morrocoy National Park. Holographic windowed security thread with demetalized BCV. Watermark: Simón Bolívar and electrotype BCV. Printer: CASA DE LA MONEDA-VENEZUELA. 156 x 69 mm. Paper.

a. 15 DE ENERO DE 2018.
Sig. 36: Lobo/Hernández. Prefix A – P.
Intro: 20.08.2018.

Courtesy of Claudio Marana.


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