Philippe Simon's Collection


Uruguay 1 Doblon de Oro / 10 Pesos 01/08/1867 68509 grade: VG+ cat: PS385 comment: Doblón de oro = 10 Pesos plata = 1000 Centésimos (1863-1868). The National Currency Decree of 23 June 1862 (with effect from 01 January 1863) made the gold doblón and the silver peso the national currency (moneda nacional). ront: Grey, Black and orange. Two embraced women at left, written denomination below. National arms at lowr right, denomination above. “UN DOBLON DE ORO SELLADO” at center over orange background, seriales arriba, una firma debajo. Back: Orange. Written denomination between roman numbers. added: 6 months ago
Uruguay 1 Peso 14/08/1935 series: A 19365827 grade: VG+ cat: 28c added: 55 months ago
Uruguay 1 Peso ND / 1939/1960 36581753 grade: XF+ cat: 35b comment: Front: portriat of José Gervasio Artigas Arnal (June 19, 1764 – September 23, 1850) is a national hero of Uruguay, sometimes called "the father of Uruguayan nationhood". added: 64 months ago
Uruguay 10 Pesos ND/1939 to 1966 series: D 6403793 grade: aUNC cat: 37c comment: Obverse: Portrait of General José Gervasio Artigas (1764-1850). Coat of Arms depicting the Sun, a laurel branch, Cerro de Montevideo (Montevideo Hill), a scale, a galloping horse and an ox. Reverse: Oxens pulling a wagon on two wheels, other oxens following it. Man on horseback. Cactus and yucca plants. added: 55 months ago
Uruguay 1000 Pesos ND / 1939 series: D 942293 grade: VF cat: 41c(1) comment: Front : José Gervasio Artigas Back : José Gervasio Artigas on horse. added: 23 months ago
Uruguay 1000 Pesos ND/1967 series: A 17079683 grade: VF cat: 49a comment: Observe: Gal ARTIGAS - Reverse: Legislative Palace (Spanish: Palacio Legislativo) in Montevideo added: 55 months ago
Uruguay 1 Nuevo Peso on 1000 pesos ND/1975 series: A 22473984 grade: XF+ cat: 55 comment: Monetary réform (1975-1993) = 1 Nuevo Peso = 1000 Old Pesos. Observe: Gal Artigas Reverse: Legislative Palace (Spanish: Palacio Legislativo) in Montevideo added: 55 months ago
Uruguay 1 ND/1975 11.748.415 A grade: aUNC cat: 56 comment: Monetary Réform (1975-1993) = 1 Nuevo Peso = 1000 Old Pesos. Observe : Gal Artigas - Reverse:Legislative Palace (Spanish: Palacio Legislativo) in Montevideo, built between 1908 and 1925 on the plans of the Italian architect Gaetano Moretti (1860- 1938). added: 55 months ago
Uruguay 5 Pesos Uruguayos ND/1997 series: A 02402809 grade: UNC cat: 73A comment: Monetary réform (1993) = 1 Peso Uruguayo = 1000 Nuevo Pesos. Observe: Juan Antonio Lavalleja (June 24, 1784 – October 22, 1853) was an Uruguayan revolutionary and political figure - He led the group called "Thirty-Three Orientals" during Uruguay's Declaration of Independence from Brazil in 1825. His leadership of this group has taken on somewhat mythic proportions in popular Uruguayan historiography. Reverse: scene of pledging allegiance in 1830. added: 55 months ago
Uruguay 10 Pesos Uruguayos ND/1998 series: A 00038646 grade: aUNC cat: 81 comment: FRONT : Eduardo Acevedo Vasquez (1857, Buenos Aires - January 14, 1948, Montevideo) was a Uruguayan, lawyer, historian and politician. Back: Agricultural Sciences Department, University of Uruguay, Montevideo added: 55 months ago
Uruguay 100 Pesos Uruguayos ND/2011 series: F 33261278 grade: aUNC cat: 88b comment: FRONT : Eduardo Fabini (Solís de Mataojo, 18 May 1882 - 17 May 1950) was a Uruguayan composer and musician. Back: Musical allegory - man playing a pan flute, work by sculptor Edmundo Prati. added: 55 months ago