2000 Chilean peso Polymer note

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2000 Chilean peso Front

 

2000 Chilean peso the front is   Manuel Rodrigues Erdoyza
2000 Chilean peso the front is Manuel Rodrigues Erdoyza

The name is Manuel Rodr í Guez, Chile's patriot, who is considered one of the managers of the independence process. This is a sculpture of Narciso desmadryl in 1854 The image is in the book biographies and portraits of Chilean celebrities, which was originally part of the collection of the National Library of San Diego.

On the front, there is a sub seat at the bottom, and on the left there is a purple Mapuche ant ú symbol that changes its hue as the ticket tilts. On the right, there is a transparent window that fits the value of this material, character and name.

2000 Chilean peso Back

 

2000 Chilean peso the back is  Nalcas National Park (Araucania); slender built parakeet (enicognathus leptorhynchus)
2000 Chilean peso the back is Nalcas National Park (Araucania); slender built parakeet (enicognathus leptorhynchus)

On the back, you can see the NaCAS National Reserve in the Araucania region. The picture shows the tolvaca volcano and parrot Joro volcano, which are birds living only in the forests of southern Chile.

The purple note, which measures 127 mm by 70 mm and is made of plastic or polymer, was first tested under the same name in 2004.

The system was put into operation on November 17, 2010, when Jos é de Gregorio, then governor of the central bank, bought fruit in the central market and paid the homeowner with a new ticket.

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