1960 Cuba 10 Pesos - Cuban Currency: La Demajagua - PCGS Banknote UNC63 PPQ

  • Grading Service: Professional Coin Grading Company - PCGS
  • Grade: Choice Uncirculated 63 Premium Paper Quality - CH UNC63 PPQ
  • Certification: Various
  • Country: Cuba
  • Period: First Republic (1902-1906, 1909-1959)
  • Type: Standard Banknote
  • Years: 1956-1960
  • Mint: De La Rue - London, United Kingdom (1821-Date)
  • Issuing Bank: National Bank of Cuba
  • Denomination: 10 CUP
  • Currency: Cuban Peso (1914-Date)
  • Composition: Paper
  • Diameter: 156 x 67mm
  • Signature: Felipe Pazos Roque & José M. Bosch Lamarque
  • Obverse: Portrait of Carlos Manuel de Céspedes in oval frame, on right; Demajagua tree at center. Color is black and brown with red serial number. Red seal of the National Bank of Cuba on the left
  • Reverse: Coat of arms at center, on sides images of Cuban milk industry: Cows on left, bottling process on right, country name on top
  • Reference: P# 88
La Demajagua is the name of the property owned by Carlos Manuel de Céspedes; a plantation and sugar cane processing complex. On October 1868, Céspedes started a revolution, freeing his slaves and inviting them to join the movement. In the same month, installations and plantations were destroyed by Spanish forces, partly as revenge to Céspedes. Debris of the factory was left on the ground, and a jagüey tree grew thru a big gear wheel, as shown on the main image of obverse.

This fact was taken as a symbol of the determination of Cubans to face annoyances and rise again and stronger.

*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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