Brazil Collectible Coins & Bank Notes

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P150c, 1 Cruzeiro note issued 1954. Front: Marqués de Tamandaré (1807-97), a Brazilian admiral and politician who the first native Brazilian Admiral. He was active in the Brazilian War of Independence. Reverse: Naval school, Rio de Janeiro.

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Uncirculated. Q3  $24.99

   

P209b, 10,000 Cruzeiros note issued 1986. Front: Ruy Barbosa de Oliveira (1849-1923), a politician and diplomat. Reverse: For his distinguished participation in the 2nd Hague Conference in 1899, defending the principle of equality among nations, he earned the nickname "Eagle of the Hague."

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P229, 200 Cruzeiros note issued 1990. Front: the "República" statue. Reverse: "Patria" (detail of painting by Pedro Bruno). Reverse: "Patria" (detail of painting by Pedro Bruno). Uncirculated.

P184a, 50 Cruzeiros note issued 1966. Front: Princesa Isabel (1846-1921), heir to the throne who served as regent three times while her father, Emperor Pedro II, was abroad. She is best remembered for signing the Lei Áurea into law, which outlawed slavery in Brazil. In 1889, her family was deposed in a military coup, and she spent the last 30 years of her life in exile in France. Reverse: Allegorical woman with a tablet. Uncirculated.

P178, 20 Cruzeiros note issued 1962. Front: Manuel Deodoro da Fonseca (1827-92), the first President of Brazil. Reverse: Allegorical woman (Proclamation of the Republic). Uncirculated.

P176a, 5 Cruzeiros note issued 1962. Front: José Maria da Silva Paranhos Jr. (1845-1912), Baron of Rio Branco was a Brazilian diplomat, geographer, historian, monarchist, politician and professor, considered to be the "father of Brazilian diplomacy." Reverse: Conquest of Amazônia. Uncirculated.

P166a, 5 Cruzeiros note issued 1961. Front: raftsman, indigenous man. Reverse: Vitoria regia (Victoria amazonica) water lillies, Amazonas. Uncirculated.

P150c, 1 Cruzeiro note issued 1954. Front: Marqués de Tamandaré (1807-97), a Brazilian admiral and politician who the first native Brazilian Admiral. He was active in the Brazilian War of Independence. Reverse: Naval school, Rio de Janeiro. Uncirculated.