B417 (P361): 20 pesos (US$0.45) Red. Front (vertical): Spanish text; flower petal as registration device; guanaco; flowers; silhouette of kneeling guanaco with latent image RA. Back: Spanish text; flowers; baby guanaco; lake and clouds over Patagonian steppe; map of Argentine Sea, Antarctica, and South Atlantic Islands; flower petal; compass rose;
According to a press release, the Banco Central de la República Argentina introduced a new 200-peso note (B420a) on 26 October 2016. The cotton paper note depicts a Southern Right Whale and is the second in a new family of notes. Courtesy of Hartmut Fraunhoffer (Banknote-Online) and Cleo Phas.
B416 (P360): 10 pesos (US$0.20) Brown, green, blue, and purple. Front: Spanish text; sunburst as registration device; green-to-blue OVI flower; leaves on branches; OVI patch of solider with raised flag on horseback; Manuel Belgrano in military uniform; OVI patch of Pedrito Ríos, drummer boy of Tacuarí. Back: Spanish text; Juana