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We are celebrating the first anniversary of the donation of Héctor Carlos Janson’s private collection by presenting this new exhibition, which displays the first patriotic coins that date from 1813 and 1815, Córdoba’s coinage, and gold and silver pieces issued as under the “Law on Monetary Unification”.
Stopgap provincial currencies, Buenos Aires currencies, and the “Tapados de Quiroga” are also on display following the track that shows people’s agreements, disagreements and attempts at unity during the 19th century.
Thus, the most valuable and extensive collection of Argentine coins is now at everybody’s hand at the Museum of the Central Bank.
As from Thursday, May 31st. Admission is free. At San Martín 216, Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires, Mondays through Fridays, from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm..
May 30th, 2018