The Central Bank of the Dominican Republic has placed in circulation a newly formatted $500 peso bill, with enhanced safety features. The main difference between the new bill and the old bills—which are still good—is the impression of a graphic representation of the Central Bank building and the vertical numbers 500 on the upper right part of the new bill’s face. The two persons on the front, Salome Ureña de Henriquez and don Pedro Henriquez Ureña, remain the same. The symbol of the Central Bank will change color under different lights while continuing to include the same safety features of the older bills.
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1 June 2020
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