Spain currency 5000 Pesetas banknote 1992 Christopher Columbus

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Spain currency 5000 Pesetas banknote of 1992, - banknotes commemorating Spain in America, issued by the Bank of Spain - El Banco de España. 
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Obverse: Bust of Christopher Columbus and a map of America with two ships of the Columbus period and the figures of the King Ferdinand and Queen Isabella.
Signatures: Luis Angel Rojo (El Gobernador del Banco de España); Esteban Róspide Echeto (El Interventor); Jesús Urdiola Salvador (El Cajero).
Reverse: Astrolabe on an image of the Nao Santa Maria, a steering wheel and in the white margin, a sailor's compass and a Greek and Latin characters representing the name of Christopher Columbus.
As shown in matching front and back displays a compass rose as watermark head of Martin Alonso Pinzon and the symbol of the V Centenary of the Discovery.
Dimensions: 146 x 71 mm.
Printed by Fábrica Nacional de Moneda y Timbre, Madrid.

Spain Banknotes
1992 Issue
Issued for the 5th centennial of the Discovery of America by Spain

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