100 Venezuela Bolivares Banknote / 100 VES
Fine ←Thru→ Extremely Fine Condition
Introducing the 100 Venezuela Bolivares Soberano banknote, commonly read as 100 VES. The 100 VES banknote is currently the fourth largest denomination of Venezuela Bolivar in printed circulation. The Central Bank of Venezuela (CBV) first issued the Bolivares on August 2018, stemming from the replacement of Bolívar Fuerte. Today, there is a total of 14 different VES banknote denominations in circulation, ranging from the 2 Bolivar note, up to and including this 100 VES banknote shown here.
This series Venezuela Bolivares was issued in 2018 to replace the Bolívar Fuerte currencies after the Fuerte re-denominated to meet needs of inflation, then later removed. The VES has continued to struggle to hold its value, as inflation continues in the country. Since 2018, the use of smaller denominations of VES have greatly decreased day-to-day commerce, although they are still recognized as legal tender. To date, the VES has experienced two replacements, the first being in 2008 and the last being in 2018; the first VES replacement was at a rate of 1:1,000 Fuerte to Soberano, while the second was at 100,000:1 valuation.
Though the Venezuela Bolivares is a monetized currency in Venezuela, because of the constantly growing inflation, it is currently the weakest known valued currency pegged to the U.S. Dollar with an enormous 3.43 Million Bolívars to $1 USD as of July 1, 2021. As a result, the Venezuela Bolivar holds mostly a collectible value throughout many countries. The VES banknotes have become extremely popular among collectors world wide, especially in the United States.
The Venezuela Bolivar currency is detailed with beautiful pastel colors, depicting National icons and political figures. Venezuela Bolivar currency is one of the fastest growing collectible currencies in popularity amongst U.S. collectors. The Venezuela Bolivar is detailed with colorful images of most important historical figures, and feature impressively modern security features considering the countries financial problems. All of this makes the Venezuela Bolivar Banknote a MUST HAVE addition to complete any collectible banknote portfolio!
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- UNCirculated Condition
(One Hundred VES  / 1 Thousand VES - Bolivariana Soberano)
The 100 VES bears portrait of Simon Rodriguez. Simón Rodríguez, known during his exile from Spanish America as Samuel Robinson, was a Venezuelan philosopher and educator, notably Simón Bolívar's tutor and mentor. The notes are sky blue, dark blue, yellow, and light shades of pink. The new 100 VES note is the fourth largest note in the Bolivar Soberano series, and is often referred to as the; "Bolivariana Exile" note.
100 Bolivariana Soberano Banknote Details:
Venezuelan Bolivariana Soberano
100 VES / 100 Venezuelan Bolivar
Currency Symbol: Bs
Country Of Issue:
Central Bank of Venezuela (CBV) (Banco Central de Venezuela
Monetized / (Collectible
Hybrid Polymer Banknote Paper
93a ~ 93j, 93s
First Year Of Issue:
2017 - 2021
VES - Soberano
2nd Replacement Installment
Standard / English Numerical
Fine (F) 42 ←Thru→ Extremely Fine (EXF) 70
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Simon Bolivar; Simón José Antonio de la Santísima Trinidad Bolívar y Ponte Palacios y Blanco, also colloquially as El Libertador, or Liberator of America, was a Venezuelan military and political leader who led what are currently the countries of Venezuela, Bolivia, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru, and Panama to independence from the Spanish Empire.
Venezuelan Troupial; The Venezuelan troupial (Icterus icterus) is the national bird of Venezuela. It is found in Colombia, Venezuela, and the Caribbean islands of Aruba, Curaçao, Bonaire, Trinidad, and Puerto Rico. Previously part of a superspecies simply named the troupial, it was recently split together with the orange-backed troupial and Campo troupial. On the left is the Venezuela Coat of arms with legend around.
The Venezuelan Troupial and the Tyrannulet was formerly considered to be conspecific with Zimmerius improbus but the two species were split after a molecular phylogenetic study published in 2013 found that they were not closely related.
The current coat of arms of Venezuela was primarily approved by the Congress on April 18, 1836, undergoing small modifications through history, reaching the present version. The coat of arms was established in the Law of the National Flag, Shield and Anthem, passed on February 17, 1954, by the military governor of Venezuela, Marcos Pérez Jiménez.
Modern anti-counterfeit features, including watermarks, a security thread, raised letters, an optical variable ink and other variations to thwart counterfeiters. A watermark of Pedro Camejo is visible from both sides.
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The security features of all our Venezuelan Bolivar banknotes have been tested by our vendors to ensure authenticity of our VES banknotes. We then provide an additional second layer of security authentication by hand inspecting each individual note for accuracy of those security features. As a third layer of additional authentication, we further inspect each individual banknote using a standardized UV Security Light test. Buy With Confidence!
After individually inspecting the security features of each Venezuelan Bolivar banknote, we grade them using a widely recognized and accepted numismatic grading system. Our Genuine Venezuelan Bolivar VES banknotes are guaranteed to be in the graded condition listed, and to be 100% Authentic Genuine Venezuelan Bolivar VES banknotes, authentically issued by the Central Bank of Venezuela.
The Genuine Certificate Of Authenticity issued with the purchase of each Bolivar banknote is printed on high quality bonded Paper, which is suitable for display and framing. The serial numbers of each banknote are recorded on the reverse side of your Certificate of Authenticity. This feature provides additional security and authentication for your banknotes, making resale at a future date much easier. As a final measure of security, we document the serial numbers of each banknote and retain copies of your Certificates in our office for your protection should those records be needed at a future date.
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Our inventory of 100 Bolivar Banknotes is legally imported to meet the growing number and high demand of U.S. collectors. Now you too can add these rare and history - rich 100 Bolivar banknotes to your own personal collection! - IN STOCK NOW!
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