JLarronde

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  1. Hi, where I can find more about the history behind this note? Thanks!
  2. Argentina 500 Pesos 2016 Yaguarete. The back is upside down! Do you guys think is worth certifying? They are UNC, like a 64-65.
  3. Sit down and relax. Sent some notes at the Texas convention, May 13th, and they just head for grading. I rather wait than send it to any other grading svc.
  4. Beautiful. Those seals at the back are amazing. Congrats!
  5. Are you sending it ? The guys at PMG will tell you what it really is, and encapsulating won't hurt. ps: I love it. Beautiful piece of history.
  6. Check the World Paper Money Price Guide, looks like you have a pick # 28 there. https://www.pmgnotes.com/priceguide/world-note-prices.aspx?deid=26541&subcat=1826%20Revalidation%20Issues&fromsearch=true
  7. I will wait for the answer. I wonder why "radar" too.
  8. Inflation plagued Argentina will be issuing higher denomination bills and at the same time will avoid politics and history, concentrating on images of autochthonous fauna in danger of extinction. This means that the latest bills issued, 100 and 50 Pesos, with the image of Evita Peron, and Falklands/Malvinas and the notorious Gaucho Rivero, should quickly become collection pieces. The two bills were the initiative of ex-president Cristina Fernandez' administration and were clearly political: the 100 Peso bill had the image of Evita Peron, an icon for many millions of Argentines, and also the ongoing reference for Cristina. It will be replaced by the image of a Taruca or Andean deer. The Malvinas landscape and the notorious fugitive Gaucho Rivero, were part of Cristina Fernandez very active and aggressive campaign on the disputed South Atlantic islands. The mighty condor will be now the image of the new 50 Pesos bill. According to the Argentine central bank, “Issuing larger notes is a practical necessity for the better functioning of the ATMs and to lower the cost of moving cash. Nevertheless, the Central Bank will encourage the use of electronic means of payment and will move forward on that direction in the near future,” the monetary authority said in a press release. Alongside issuing larger bills, the Central Bank will print new series of the 20, 50 and 100 pesos notes, which will be available starting next year. They will co-exist with the old notes for some time, the monetary authority said. A 5-peso and 10-peso coin will also be minted next year, followed by new coins of one and two pesos. Argentina will also be breaking a 24-year streak in which the 100-Peso note has been the largest denomination for the local currency. The new bills that should be ready in the first half of the year, 200 and 500-peso banknotes will begin to be printed, followed by a 1,000-peso note in 2017. The move comes after years in which former president Cristina Fernández' administration pushed back against calls for higher-denomination bills. The refusal to print higher-denomination notes came as the peso steadily lost value over the past decade. While the 100-peso note was worth US$34 in 2003, it is now worth a paltry US$7.2. The southern right whale was the animal chosen to illustrate the 200-Peso note, representing the region of the South Atlantic and Antarctica. Meanwhile, the 500-Peso note will feature the Yaguareté, a type of jaguar, to represent the North-East region. The 1,000-Peso note — to be available next year — will include the Hornero (or 'oven' bird), the national bird, representing the central provinces. “With this new family of notes, the Central Bank wants to highlight nature’s generosity to Argentina and highlight the importance of looking after and encouraging the biodiversity,” the monetary authority said. “By electing fauna from different regions, the Central Bank wants all Argentines to feel represented.” When the news broke out, Alejandro Vanoli, the former central bank governor, from ex president Cristina Fernandez administration revealed that the bank had plans to print new 200-Peo and 500-Peso bills, and the images would be former presidents Hipolito Yrigoyen and Juan Domingo Perón. Two references of Argentina's main political forces, the Radical party and the Justicialista or Peronist movement. source: http://en.mercopress.com/2016/01/18/argentina-new-bills-evita-and-malvinas-out-replaced-by-andean-deer-and-condor and the new "homemade" note didn't took long to appear.
  9. Can't wait to receive the General Issues notes from PMG. And I'm still smiling.
  10. Hello. I want to start my Registry. I have a note that does not shows up on the registry. Do I need to look in a different place ? Note is Argentina, Banco Central " Commemorative" Pick #358a ND (2012) 100 Pesos - Wmk: E. Peron Can't find it to register mine. Help, please.
  11. On the S551, can the back seal be a little bit green-ish? it is maybe a S551i? On the S631 I don't know about any variety difference. Did you see any with one?
  12. Somalia Intends to Print Its Own Currency by Early Next Year Nice! how to get the first UNC notes?
  13. Went to the bank today to get money for the plumber (re piping entire house to pex-a) and ask the lady for $100s. She gave me 2009 Serie A. Was nice, and being a complete newbie with paper money, didn't knew what to check. I need to kick my own butt now...
  14. I would love to work there. A dream job. I would move to Florida in a second!
  15. Didn't receive mine. They will send it when we register as paying member or need to order it? completely newbie here, almost a virgin