1000 Italian Lire banknote (Verdi)
The Banca d'Italia issued Italian Lira banknotes in 5 different denominations,
including this 1000 Italian Lire banknote (Verdi). They are part of the Italian Lira banknotes series. The Banca d'Italia started issuing
these 1000 Italian Lira banknotes in 1962. They were withdrawn from circulation in 1968.
The blue and red coloured banknote of 1000 Lire has the portrait of opera composer Giuseppe Verdi on the front side, as well as the head of the mythologycal Gorgon Medusa.
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