Brazilian banknotes 10 Mil Reis banknote of 1925 Manuel Ferraz de Campos Sales

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Brazilian banknotes - 10 Mil Reis banknote (17ª Estampa, 1925 issue) 
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Obverse: A Portrait of Dr. Manuel Ferraz de Campos Sales, 4th President of Brazil.
Reverse: Panoramic view of Botafogo Bay at Rio de Janeiro.
Printed by American Bank Note Company, New York.

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Dr. Manuel Ferraz de Campos Sales (15 February 1841 – 28 June 1913) was a Brazilian lawyer, coffee farmer and politician. He served as a provincial deputy three times, general-deputy once, and also as minister of justice (1889-1891), senator and governor of São Paulo (1896–1897). The pinnacle of his political career was his election as president of Brazil, an office he held between 1898 and 1902. Austere financial reforms were adopted during his tenure.

Botafogo is a beachfront neighborhood (bairro) in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. It is a mostly upper middle class and small commerce community, and is located between the hills of Mundo Novo, Dona Marta (which separates it from Laranjeiras) and São João (which separates it from Copacabana).
Botafogo was named after João Pereira de Sousa Botafogo, who was responsible for the galleon Botafogo's artillery, so he included the ship’s name in his family name. When he went to live in Brazil, the Portuguese Crown granted him the land known today as Botafogo. The name literally means "set it on fire" (a reference to the Botafogo galleon's artillery power). In the mid-19th century, English language speakers also called it Boto Fogo.
Botafogo's beach is within Guanabara Bay, sheltered from the Atlantic Ocean by the Urca peninsula and Sugarloaf Mountain. Attractions include the Home of Ruy Barbosa, the Museu do Índio — which explores the culture and history of the major indigenous peoples of Brazil — and the Villa-Lobos Museum.