Brazil banknotes 20 Mil Reis banknote 1923 Artur da Silva Bernardes

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Brazil banknotes 20 Mil Reis banknote, Monroe Palace in Rio de Janeiro
World Paper Money - Brazil banknotes 20 Mil Reis banknote 1923 issued by the Banco do Brasil, Estampa 1A 
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Obverse: Portrait of Artur da Silva Bernardes (1875 – 1955) - Brazilian politician and 12th President of Brazil (1922 – 1926).
Reverse: View of Monroe Palace in Rio de Janeiro.
Printed by American Bank Note Company, New York.

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Banco do Brasil - L. 4635 - 08.01.1923

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Artur da Silva Bernardes (8 August 1875 – 23 March 1955) was a Brazilian politician in the early 20th century. Born in Viçosa, Minas Gerais, he was elected governor of Minas Gerais in 1918. In 1922, he was elected president of Brazil and served until 1926. Facing a military rebellion, Bernardes ruled under a state of siege during most of the course of his term.

Monroe Palace in Rio de Janeiro.
Located in the heart of Rio de Janeiro, the Monroe Palace was the first public building to be inaugurated on the Rio Branco Avenue, in 1906. The palace was decorated with ornate columns and domes with antennae on the top, two statues of lions guard the entrance.
Monroe Palace had been originally conceived to represent Brazil in the 1904 on Louisiana Purchase International Exhibition (the Saint Louis World’s Fair) and being rewarded by the jury of the event with the highest prize. It was the first Brazilian architectural work to be recognized internationally.
General Francisco Souza Aguiar was responsible for this project and had instructions to have the whole structure of the palace done in a way that the building could be rebuilt in the then Brazilian Capital, Rio de Janeiro.
A replica of the palace was built in Rio de Janeiro in 1906. Originally known as the St. Louis Pavilion, it was renamed after former U.S. president James Monroe during the Pan American Conference in 1906.
Palace served as the pavilion for exhibitions until 1914, when it went through a series of renovations in order to host the Chamber of Deputies, which occupied it until 1922.
From 1925 to 1930, it was the headquarters of the Federal Senate. After the reestablishment of the Electoral Justice, the building served as office to the Superior Electoral Court (TSE) in 1945 and 1946. When Brazil moved the capital to Brasilia in 1960, the building was used for minor functions before finally being demolished in 1976.

Brazilian Bank Notes 20 Mil Reis

20 Mil Reis banknote 1923 Artur da Silva Bernardes