According to an article in La Nation dated 16 May 2020, Casa de Moneda, the printing facility of the Banco Central de la República Argentina, has begun production of new 5,000-peso banknotes pursuant to resolution 158 of 16 April 2020, with 20 million notes scheduled for delivery in June, followed
According to an El Dia article dated 8 January 2020, over the next six months the Banco Central de la República Argentina plans to develop a new family of banknotes featuring heroes and cultural figures instead of animals, and possibly a denomination larger than 1,000 pesos (B422a, shown above). Courtesy
According to an article in El Dia dated 22 December 2019, the Banco Central de la República Argentina is considering a new series of notes to which they may add 2,000- and 5,000-peso notes. The current family’s largest denomination is 1,000 pesos, worth approximately US$16.75. Courtesy of Jorge Aloy.
The Argentina chapter of The Banknote Book is now available for individual sale and as a free download to subscribers. It’s also available in print from Lulu. This 83-page catalog covers notes issued by the Banco Nacional (National Bank) from 1884 to 1891, the Caja de Conversión (Conversion Fund) from