1950 Cuba 100 Pesos - Cuban Currency - PCGS Banknote Choice UNC63

  • Grading Service: Professional Coin Grading Company - PCGS
  • Grade: Choice Uncirculated 63 - Choice UNC63
  • Certification: Various
  • Country: Cuba
  • Period: First Republic (1902-1906, 1909-1959)
  • Type: Standard Banknote
  • Years: 1950-1958
  • Mint: American Banknote Corporation - Ottawa, New York (1795-Date)
  • Issuing Bank: National Bank of Cuba
  • Denomination: 100 CUP
  • Currency: Cuban Peso (1914-Date)
  • Composition: Paper
  • Diameter: 157 x 66mm
  • Signature: Felipe Pazos Roque & José M. Bosch Lamarque
  • Obverse: Portrait of Francisco Aguilera in oval frame, at center. Color is black and violet with red serial number. Red seal of the National Bank of Cuba on the left
  • Reverse: Coat of arms at center, in round frame. Denomination on left and right. Country name on top. Color is violet
  • Reference: P# 82
Francisco Vicente Aguilera was a Cuban landowner, possibly the richest on the eastern region of Cuba. He inherited his land and wealth from his father, but owing to his studies and travels, had ideas against a monarch system, against slavery and was preoccupied about the life conditions of his countrymen.

Aguilera participated in the first Cuban uprisings towards gaining independence from the colonial regime, and he spent most of his fortune supporting the revolutionary movement.

*Currency condition is based on our professional opinion. Pictures are representative of the note that you will receive, actual note may differ slightly, and serial numbers may vary*

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