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
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;