|The value||10 боливар|
|Description||Серия и номер банкноты могут отличаться от представленной на фото|
|Dimensions||157 x 69 мм|
Banknote of 10 bolivars 2009 - Venezuela - World Paper Money P-90b - UNC. Series 2007-2015 Issue.
Front: Cacique Guaicaipuro; spears; mask.
Guaicaipuro — Venezuelan Indian tribes chief of the teques and Caracas. Guaicaipuro have formed a powerful coalition of different tribes which he led in the 16th century against the Spanish conquest of Venezuelan territory in the Central region of the country, especially in the valley of Caracas.
Reverse side: an eagle Harpy. The emblem of the country.
The South American harpy (lat. Harpia harpyja) is a large bird of prey of the family accipitridae. The only species of its kind. The body length of this hawk from 90 to 110 cm Wingspan of about 2 meters. The female weighs 6-9 kg, the smaller male is 4-4,8 lbs., This large hawk dwells on the plains in the tropical forests of Central and South America, from Mexico to Brazil.
The current coat of arms of Venezuela was first approved by Congress April 18, 1836.
According to the adopted 17 February 1954, the Law on the state flag, emblem and anthem, the shield of the coat of arms is divided into fields, painted in the colors of the national flag. A sheaf of rye, located in the crimson field symbolizes the agriculture of the country, the fertility of its soil, the wealth of the people and national unity of Venezuela, and his 20 spikes correspond to the number of its member States. In the yellow field there is a weapon (a sword, a sabre and three lances) and two national flag associated with a branch of Laurel, reminiscent of the glorious victories of the liberation struggle and the achievement of independence. At the bottom, in a dark blue field, a white horse, galloping over the vast expanses (according to one version — it's a wild horse, on the other hand, the personal horse of Simon Bolivar), represents freedom.
Above the shield two crossed cornucopia, spewing wealth, represent the natural wealth of Venezuela and its prosperity. The shield is framed by olive and palm branches tied with a ribbon in the national colours (yellow — wealth of the nation, blue for the ocean separating Venezuela from Spain, al — the blood and courage of the people). Gold letters on the blue strip applied the following words:
19 APR 1810 — Independence.
20 Feb 1859 — Federation.
Republic Of Venezuela.
Watermark: Portrait of Guaicaipuro. Issuing centre: Central Bank of Venezuela. Printer: Casa de la Moneda, Venezuela.
Obverse legend: "Republica Bolivariana de Venezuela; Banco Central de Venezuela; Diez Bolivares; Pagaderos al portador en las oficinas del banco."
Front: Cacique Guaicaipuro; spears; masks. Back: Harpy eagle Aguila Arpia (Harpia harpyja); Salto Ucaima y
tepuyes Venado y Kurun (Parque Nacional Canaima). Predominant colours: Red-brown, tan and navy blue.
Watermark: Portrait of Cacique Guaicaipuro. Printer: Casa de la Moneda, Venezuela.