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Postcard explaining the currency of Argentina, South America

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Postcard explaining the currency of Argentina, South America

Postcard explaining the currency of Argentina, South America, with equivalent values for other countries. Date: circa 1905

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Step back in time with this charming postcard from circa 1905, showcasing a detailed explanation of Argentina's currency system. The postcard features a beautiful illustration of the Argentine flag, proudly waving with its blue and white stripes and sun in the middle. In the foreground, a group of coins is arranged, representing the Argentine peso and centavo. The peso, the larger coin, is depicted with the inscription "1 Peso," while the centavo, the smaller coin, bears the value "5 Centavos." The coins are made of gold, silver, and copper, as indicated by the inscriptions on the bottom of each coin. The postcard also provides an international comparison, displaying the equivalent values of the Argentine peso and centavo in other major currencies of the time. These include the British pound, the French franc, the German mark, and the US dollar. This comparison allows for a better understanding of the purchasing power of the Argentine currency in the global context. The postcard's reverse side includes a brief description of the Argentine peso and centavo, explaining that the peso is subdivided into 100 centavos. The illustration of the coins is accompanied by a detailed key, providing information on the weight, composition, and diameter of each coin. This postcard is a fascinating glimpse into the monetary history of Argentina and the international monetary system of the early 1900s. Its intricate design and historical significance make it a must-have for collectors of antique postcards and currency enthusiasts alike.

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