Portugal paper money 5 Escudos banknote of 1925 Álvaro Vaz de Almada

Portugal bank notes 5 Portuguese Escudos banknote, Álvaro Vaz de Almada
Portuguese banknotes 5 Escudos banknote of 1925, Álvaro Vaz de Almada.
Portuguese paper money 5 Escudos note Banco de Portugal
Portuguese paper money 5 Escudos note of 1925.
Portugal currency 5 Escudos banknote of 1925 Banco de Portugal
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Obverse: Image of Álvaro Vaz de Almada - illustrious Portuguese knight of the fifteenth century.
Reverse: Coat of arms of Portugal.

Dom Álvaro Vaz de Almada (1390 - 1449) was a military leader and chivalric hero-figure who fought on the English side in the 100 Years' War and on the side of Don Pedro in the succession crisis preceding the accession of Afonso V; he was captain-general of the city of Lisbon.
Size of banknote is 140x82 mm. 11,999,999 banknotes have been issued, with the date 01.13.1925. The first issue 21.05.1929, last - 05.05.1932.
Were withdrawn from circulation 12.31.1933.
Printer: Waterlow & Sons Limited, London.

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1924-1925 "Chapa 3 & 4" Issue

5 Escudos     10 Escudos     20 Escudos     50 Escudos     100 Escudos 
500 Escudos     1000 Escudos

Álvaro Vaz de Almada, 1st Count of Avranches
Álvaro Vaz de Almada, 1st Count of Avranches (c.1390 – 20 May 1449, Alverca do Ribatejo) was an illustrious Portuguese knight and nobleman, with a long and illustrious career abroad in England. He was invested by the English king as the 1st Count of Avranches (in Portuguese: Conde de Abranches) and made a Knight of the Garter. He died at the Battle of Alfarrobeira in 1449.