Colombia P-458a / 2,000 Pesos 2015 – UNC




Issued by Banco de la República
Issue 2014-2019 “New Design” Issue. 19.08.2015
Size 128 x 66 mm
Printer Imprenta de Billetes – Banco de la República (Colombia) – IBBR
Watermark Halftone portrait of Débora Arango Pérez; Highlight (electrotype) “2”
Security features Two consecutively running black horizontal serial numbers on the obverse of the banknote. Sparsely distributed normally invisible coloured filament fibers (hairs), lower right serial number and part of the design fluoresce under ultraviolet light. Solid, vertical, yet exposed on the reverse (windowed) 3 mm wide metallic color-changing security thread bearing monogram “BRC”. Raised ink. Microtext. See-through register as “BRC” monogram. Markings for the visually impaired (bottom center)
Signatures José Darío Uribe Escobar (Governor); José Tolosa Buitrago (Deputy Executive Governor)
Obverse Colombian artist Débora Arango Pérez (1907–2005), a pioneer of modern art in Colombia. Leaves and fruit of the milky tree ‘Lechoso’ (Perebea xantochyma). The dancer Guillermina.
Reverse Caño Cristales river, Serranía de la Macarena National and Ecological Reserve Park. Variety of birds, a parrot. BRC bank emblem. See-through registration device depicting “El Cardenal” bird. Quote* from D. A. Perez‘s interview when she was 30 years old.