Argentina new 10,000-peso note (B430a) confirmed introduced 07.05.2024

On 7 May 2024, the Banco Central de la República Argentina introduced a new 10,000-peso note using the same design originally intended for the unissued 500-peso note unveiled two years prior. A new 20,000-peso note featuring Juan Bautista Alberdi is expected to be introduced in the fourth quarter of 2024.

B430 (PNL): 10,000 pesos (US$11)

Blue-green. Front: Spanish text; denomination as registration device; flowers; María Remedios del Valle and Manuel Belgrano; sunburst in OVI. Back: Spanish text; coat of arms of Argentina; soldiers on horseback pledging allegiance to the flag (27.02.1812); denomination as registration device. Windowed security thread. Watermark: María Remedios del Valle, Manuel Belgrano, and electrotype MV and MB. Printer: (China Banknote Printing and Minting Corporation). 155 x 65 mm. Paper.

a. No date. Sig. 95: Bausili/Villarruel. Series A. Intro: 07.05.2024.

Courtesy of Max Keller, Augusto De la Canale, Mark Irwin, Charles Toussaint, Jorge Aloy, Antje Bird, Ralf Faust, Andrea Bossi, and Alex Zlotin.

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