Peru

Minimum coin order $25.00

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KM205.2, 1/5 Sol dated 1906. Obverse: Incuse seated liberty flanked by shield and column; Reverse: National arms. 0.9000 Silver 0.1447 oz. ASW. $12.99

     

P77, 10 Soles note issued 1956. Orange on white background. The portrait (Liberty flanked by shield and column) is badly faded from age and there are noticeable stains and wrinkles. The reverse is an illustration of the national arms. Q2 $16.00

   

P131, three bank notes issued 1987 with consecutive serial numbers. (Note: the serial numbers you receive will vary from that shown, but they will be consecutive.) Front: former Peruvian President Nicolas de Piérola (5 January 1839 – 23 June 1913); Coat of arms. Reverse: Men at work at an oil drilling rig; Helicopter airborne. Q1  $24.99

   

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P131, 50 Intis bank note issued 1987.  Front: former Peruvian President Nicolas de Piérola (5 January 1839 – 23 June 1913); Coat of arms. Reverse: Men at work at an oil drilling rig; Helicopter airborne.

P134, 500 Intis bank note issued 1987.  Front: Jose Gabriel Condorcanqui Tupac Amaru II, the leader of an indigenous uprising in 1780 against the Spaniards in colonial Peru. Although unsuccessful, he later became a mythical figure in the Peruvian struggle for independence and indigenous rights. Reverse: Alpinist; snow-capped mountains.

 

   

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P131, two bank notes issued 1987 with consecutive serial numbers. (Note: the serial numbers you receive will vary from that shown, but they will be consecutive.) Front: former Peruvian President Nicolas de Piérola (5 January 1839 – 23 June 1913); Coat of arms. Reverse: Men at work at an oil drilling rig; Helicopter airborne.

P134, two bank notes issued 1987 with consecutive serial numbers. (Note: the serial numbers you receive will vary from that shown, but they will be consecutive.) Front: Jose Gabriel Condorcanqui Tupac Amaru II, the leader of an indigenous uprising in 1780 against the Spaniards in colonial Peru. Although unsuccessful, he later became a mythical figure in the Peruvian struggle for independence and indigenous rights. Reverse: Alpinist; snow-capped mountains.