Italy, 1000 lire 1982

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CATALOG INFORMATION
ID Number: SB01-0102
Category: Paper Money
Description: Italy, 1000 lire 1982
Country or State: Italy
Year: 1982 - 1990
Period: Republic (2 June 1946 - present)
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Currency: Italian Lira banknotes
Face Value: 1000 Lire
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Obverse: Marco Polo (Explorer, Merchant, Trader)
Obverse Legend: 1000, Banca D’Italia, Lire Mille
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Reverse: Building, façade
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Dimensions (B x H): 113 x 61 mm
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Other Catalog Number: P109a
State of Conservation: Very Fine (VF)
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CATALOG VALUE
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HISTORICAL NOTES
The Banca d'Italia issued Italian Lira banknotes in 9 different denominations, including this 1000 Italian Lire Mille banknote Marco Polo. They are part of the Italian Lira banknotes series. The Banca d'Italia started issuing these 1000 Italian Lira banknotes in 1982. They were withdrawn from circulation in 1990.

This banknote of 1000 lire mille features Marco Polo, Italian merchant trader. The building shown on the back is Doge’s Palace in Venice. The reverse side of the 1000 ITL note is orientaded vertically.