Philippe Simon's Collection


Banco Anglo Costarricense 1 Colon 23/06/1917 series: A 017999 grade: aUNC cat: S121r comment: Banco Anglo Costarricense - The June 25, 1863 , appeared as the first private bank in Costa Rica , built during the government of José María Montealegre - The closure of the Banco Anglo Costarricense given by the law of Banco Anglo Costarricense dissolution of the December 27, 1994. FRONT : José Rafael de Gallegos y Alvarado (31 October 1784, Cartago, Costa Rica – 14 August 1850) was president of Costa Rica's Junta Superior Gubernativa from October 1822 to January 1823 and head of state of Costa Rica from March 1833 until March 1835 and again from May 1845 to June 1846. BACK : Mercury (mythology) Roman god. added: 67 months ago
Banco Anglo Costarricense 5 Colones 01.01.19xx (1903-1917) series: A 124541 grade: XF+ cat: 122r comment: FRONT : Juan Mora Fernández (1784 on San José – 1854) was Costa Rica's first elected head of state - considered a liberal and decided to move the capital from Cartago to Puntarenas. BACK : Arms. added: 23 months ago
Banco Anglo Costarricense 10 Colones 01.01.19xx (1903-1917) series: A 74317 grade: XF+ cat: S123r comment: FRONT : Braulio Evaristo Carrillo Colina (March 20, 1800, Cartago, Costa Rica – May 15, 1845) was the Head of State of Costa Rica (the title as it was known before the reform of 1848) during two periods: the first between 1835 to 1837, and the de facto between 1838 and 1842. added: 67 months ago
El Banco de Costa Rica 5 Pesos 01/04/1899 81442 grade: XF+ cat: S163 comment: Unissued banknote added: 23 months ago
Banco de Costa Rica 5 Colones ND - (1901-1908) series: C 37120 grade: aUNC cat: S173r comment: FRONT : Rest after fruit harvest - in the background - woman at plowing and a grain silo. BACK : Banco de Costa Rica building in San José. added: 23 months ago