Brazilian banknotes 10 Mil Reis banknote 1926 Gold Certificate

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Brazilian paper money 10 Mil Reis banknote
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Brazilian Gold Certificate 10 Mil Reis banknote of 1926, issued by the Caixa de Estabilização
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Republica Dos Estados Unidos Do Brasil: Caxia de Estabilizacao, Valor Recebio em Ouro - 10 Mil Reis, (1ª Estampa, Issued in 1926, this note was exchanged for gold ingots and coins, with the purpose of building a reserve to make Brazilian money stronger) Pick 103.

Obverse: Allegorical Portrait of a Woman - Efígie da República.
Reverse: Avenida Niemeyer, Rio de Janeiro: View of Sugar Loaf Mountain.
Printed by American Bank Note Company, New York.

Avenida Niemeyer - Niemeyer Avenue is a road connecting the city of Rio de Janeiro. It constitutes one of the most important avenues of the South Zone, connecting the neighborhood of Leblon to São Conrado, bordering one stone shore and the Atlantic Ocean.

In it, the Sheraton Hotel is located at the time of the Vidigal favela. The man who took the role was the military engineer Conrado Jacob Niemeyer, founder of the Engineering Club. It all started in 1891. It was to be a railroad, but advanced only 800 meters. Cut the rock was a challenge. Later, in 1913, the work continued another 400 meters towards the São Conrado.

Three years later, in 1916, the engineer Conrad Jacob Niemeyer bankrolled and finished building - a little more than five miles, still on the dirt floor and no protection walls, but that allowed the expansion of Rio with more comfort, in addition to Two brothers. The path followed Rio, where the sea, towards São Conrado and Barra da Tijuca.