Dominican Republic money 20 Dominican Pesos Oro banknote 1962

20 Dominican Pesos Oro banknote
Indian Head Liberty Dominican Pesos money currency banknote
Dominican Republic Currency 20 Dominican Pesos Oro Banknote 1962 issued by the Banco Central de la Republica Dominicana

Obverse: Puerta del Conde, a Dominican symbol of freedom..
Reverse: Medallic portrait of Indian Head Liberty and Coat of arms of the Dominican Republic.
Printer: American Bank Note Company, New York.

Dominican Republic banknotes - Dominican Republic paper money
ND (1962 & 1963) "Red Color - Printer ABNC & Seal Santo Domingo - Distrito Nacional" Issue

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La Puerta del Conde (The Count's Gate) is the site in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic where Francisco del Rosario Sanchez, one of the Dominican Founding Fathers, proclaimed Dominican independence and raised the first Dominican Flag, on February 27, 1844.
The gate is part of a structure called El Baluarte del Conde (The Count's Bulwark), a fort in Ciudad Colonial, the colonial area of Santo Domingo. The fort was part of a larger system of fortifications that ran along a defensive wall which surrounded Ciudad Colonial. The Altar of the Fatherland and Independence Park are located there.