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Interim COS, HOG:
Juan G.A.
GUIDÓ Márquez
23.1.2019 >


COS, HOG, Prez:
Nicolás
MADURO Moros
8.3.2013 >

REPUBLICA BOLIVARIANA DE VENEZUELA
, Venezuela Banknotes, 1811 > Issues

REPUBLICA BOLIVARIANA DE VENEZUELA
Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela

History: 1499 ESP; 1527 DOM; 1717 COL; 1724 DOM; 1777 VEN Captaincy; 1811 Utd States VEN; 1812 ESP; 1816 Rep.VEN; 1819 COL; 1830 State VEN; 1864 US VEN; 1953 Rep VEN; 2002 Bolivarian Rep VEN
The first banknotes of Venezuela were issued in 1811
Currency History:
ESP currency <1843; VEN 1811 > 
Current Issues:
101 P.101 - P.New   2 - 50,000 Bolivares 2018 - 19 Banco Central de Venezuela
All Issues:
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NUMBERS
DENOMINATIONS DATES ISSUING AUTHORITY

REPUBLICA DE VENEZUELA
Republic of Venezuela

24.10.1830 - 2.5.1864 Republic of Venezuela

 Interest Bearing Bonds

N10 N.10 5 Pesos 1860 Republic of Venezuela

ESTADOS UNIDOS DE VENEZUELA
United States of Venezuela

3.5.1864 - 18.4.1953 United States of Venezuela

 Commercial Banks

S101 P.S101 - P.S104 20 - 500 Bolivares 1883 - 90 Banco de Carabobo
S111 P.S111 - P.S124 5 - 100 Venezonalos
20 - 1,000 Bolivares
1876 - 80 Banco de Caracas
S131 P.S131 - P.S159 20 - 800 Bolivares 1890 - 1926 Banco Caracas
S161 P.S161 50 Pesos 1839  Banco Colonial Britainico
S166 P.S166 - P.S170 20 - 1,000 Bolivares 1886 - 88 Banco Comerical
S171 P.S171 - P.S183 10 - 100 Bolivares 1916 - 33 Banco Comerical de Maraciabo
S185 P.S185 5 Pesos 1865 Banco Londres y Venezuela, Ltd.
S190 P.S190 - P.S229 20 - 500 Bolivares 1882 - 1935 Banco de Maracaibo
S231 P.S231 - P.S233 10 - 100 Bolivares 1929 - 35 Banco Mercantil y Agricola
S236 P.S236 5 Pesos 1841 Banco Nacional de Venezuela
S241 P.S241 - P.S248 10 - 100 Bolivares 1925 - 39 Banco Venezolano de Credito
 Banco de Venezuela
S251 P.S251 - P.S256 8 Reales =1 Peso,  50 Pesos 1862 Banco de Venezuela
S261 P.S261 - P.S315 20 - 1,000 Bolivares 189x - 1939 Banco de Venezuela

 Pseudo-government Issues

S321 P.S321 - P.S324 5 - 100 Pesos 1856 Compania de Accionistas
S325 P.S325 - P.S329 5 - 100 Venezonalos 1873 Compania de Credito
 State Issues
S332 P.S332 - P.S354 1 - 10 Venezonalos 1878 - 79 Estado de Guayana

 Leper Colony Issues

S361 P.S361 - P.S370 0.25 - 5 Bolivares 1940 Isla de Providencia -
Leproserias Nacionales

 Government Issues

2 P.2 - P.10   2 Reales - 10 Pesos 1811 - 49 Estados Unidos de Venezuela
11 P.11 - P.27   5 - 100 Pesos, 8 Reales 1859 - 61 Republica de Venezuela
31 P.31 - P.36 10 - 500 Bolivares 1940 - 47 Banco Central de Venezuela
Venezuela P.43S2 20 Bolivares 37 P.37 - P.44 10 - 500 Bolivares 1947 - 61 Banco Central de Venezuela
Venezuela P.48 100 Bolivares Error 45 P.45 - P.52 5 - 100 Bolivares 1963 - 71 Banco Central de Venezuela
53 P.53 - P.59   20 - 500 Bolivares 1971 - 81 Banco Central de Venezuela
Venezuela P.67d 500 Bolivares 31.5.1990 60 P.60 - P.67 10 - 500 Bolivares 1981 - 88 Banco Central de Venezuela
Venezuela P.69 2 Bolivares 5.10.1989 68 P.68 - P.71 1 - 20 Bolivares 1989 Banco Central de Venezuela
Venezuela P.72 50 Bolivares 72 P.72 - P.75 50 - 5,000 Bolivares 1990 - 94 Banco Central de Venezuela
Venezuela P.78 10000 Bolivares 1998 76 P.76 - P.83 1,000 - 50,000 Bolivares 1994 - 2000 Banco Central de Venezuela

REPUBLICA BOLIVARIANA DE VENEZUELA
Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela

 2002 Country name changed to the Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela
84 P.84 - P.87   2 - 50,000 Bolivares 2000 - 06 Banco Central de Venezuela
88 P.88 - P.93   2 - 100 Bolivares 2007(2008) Banco Central de Venezuela
101 P.101 - P.New   2 - 50,000 Bolivares 2018 - 19 Banco Central de Venezuela
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NEWS

President Hugo Chavez died on March 5, 2013 after a long bout with cancer. He was praised by many world leaders, especially Cuba, China and Iran and he was mourned by his neighboring countries in Latin America.

U.S. President Barack Obama sent his condolences to the people of Venezuela. Chavez was not popular in the USA because of his political rhetoric against the USA and particularly for his insults to former President George W. Bush at the U.N., calling him the devil.


Interim Head of State, Acting President Nicolás MADURO Moros also recently made statements that Chavez cancer was caused by the USA, an obvious political statement in his hopes of gaining the Presidency in the planned elections in 30 days.

In the competing philosophies of world politics, I believe Chavez will be remembered for the coup that brought him to power, his extensive help of the poor of his country while simultaneously mismanaging the tremendous oil resources of Venezuela.

Nicolás MADURO Moros took office as President on 8.3.2013                                                                                 1.2.2014 GSE


ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

CL1   We gratefully acknowledge CL1 for providing images used in this section.

GC  We gratefully acknowledge GC for images used in this section.

LKCA   We gratefully acknowledge Joel Shafer,
Managing Director World Banknote division LKCA for providing images used in this section.

BM   We gratefully acknowledge Bowers & Merena for images used in this section.

DC  We gratefully acknowledge Don Cleveland for images used in this section.

AB
   We gratefully acknowledge AB for providing images used in this section.

OY
   We gratefully acknowledge Ömer Yalcinkaya for providing images used in this section.


LINKS

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History of Current Crisis in Venezuela

Numismatic Catalog of Venezuela

Central Bank of Venezuela