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
According to a press release dated 15 January 2016, the Banco Central de la República Argentina intends to introduce a new family of notes, beginning with 200- and 500-peso notes in mid-2016, followed in 2017 by 20-, 50-, 100-, and 1,000-peso notes in 2017. All the denominations will feature Argentine
B415 (P359): 5 pesos (demonetized 28.02.2020) Green, light blue, violet, and yellow. Front: Spanish text; handshake as registration device; sunburst symbolizing Orden del Libertador (Order of the Liberator); branch with flowers; OVI patch of statue; José de San Martín in military uniform; OVI patch of standing soldier with boots, sword,
, According to an article on Diagonales.com dated 26 March 2015, Argentina’s president, Cristina Fernández de Kirchner, unveiled a new 100-peso note to commemorate the mothers of those “disappeared” by the military in the Dirty War in 1976. It’s unclear when the new note will enter circulation. Courtesy of Cleo