Royal Vouchers Collection. FNMT-RCM. 1994

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The National Factory of Currency and Stamp-Royal Mint of Spain prepared a special numbered edition of reproductions of “royal vouchers”, the antecedents of the current banknotes.

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The National Factory of Currency and Stamp-Royal Mint of Spain prepared a special numbered edition of reproductions of “royal vouchers”, the antecedents of the current banknotes. The “real voucher” was a public debt title of the Spanish Monarchy created in 1780 under the reign of Carlos III and with the value of paper money to cover the deficit of the Royal Treasury. These are five “vouchers” in a facsimile edition, 15.5 x 21.4 cm, on parchment paper, and which was published by the magazine “Actualidad Económica” in 1994.

The 5 “royal vouchers” correspond to the reign of Carlos IV and are the following:
October 1, 1795: 300 pesos. Voucher XV
March 15, 1796: 600 pesos. Year 2
July 1, 1798: 300 pesos. year seventeen
September 15, 1798: 600 pesos. Year V
September 15, 1798: 150 pesos. Year V

Numbered and all of them with the same collection number, presented in an illustrated envelope with bows, 22 x 16.2 cm format. In perfect condition, new, never used.

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