Colombia 100 Pesos

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The Colombian peso has been the official currency in Colombia since 1810, when the real was replaced. In 1923, the Banco de la República de Colombia was created, and in 1931 it abandoned the gold standard to link its exchange rate to the US dollar. The first coin issues were 5 and 50 centavos. Between 1980 and 1996, coins with denominations of 10, 20, 50, 100, 200, 500 and 1000 pesos were introduced. A new coines series were announced in 2012.

The 100 Pesos coin front design features the National Coat of Arms of Colombia (Andean condor head-on with a laurel wreath on its peak; gold ribbon at the base of its legs with the legend “Libertad y Orden”). The reverse coin design has the denomination with a laurel wreath below. This coin is part of the 1992 – 2012 series, its rim is circular and is engraved twice with the words “cien pesos”, separated by two stripes with striations of uniform width, and its color is gold. 

Text: 100 Pesos, Republica de Colombia, Libertad y Orden, 2008

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