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Banknote Cuba Pick number 117 - 10 Peso 1997



Cuba - Pick number 117 - Banknote of 10 Pesos representing Maximo Gum, born in 1836 in Bani, small town of the Dominican Republic, Máximo Gómez there Báez, becomes the general-in-chief of the army of cuban liberation and the symbol of solidarity between the West-Indian people. The intervention of the United States, which establishes a military government of occupation in 1898, frustrates Gómez and the cuban people their ideals of independence and justice. When, in 1902, Cuba obtains finally its independence, Gómez refuses the presidency. It dies out in 1905 with Havana. In order to arrange under the best conditions Your banknote collection is invaluable we propose a great choice of stockbooks to you banknotes, like Artline of Safe Image-Document or a selection of albums banknotes of the brand Lindner. Certain banknotes can be temporarily inalienable, we will endeavor to get them as soon as possible to you.- The photograph present is an illustration of the banknote, number of series and the signatures can be different on the banknote which you will receive. - We thank you for your comprehension. sidence. It dies out in 1905 with Havana. If you seek batches and collections of banknotes de by country or the whole world, do not hesitate to visit this page.

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