1900 COLOMBIA One Peso NOTE from the "THOUSAND DAYS' WAR" Bogota CIVIL WAR Issue

1900 COLOMBIA One Peso NOTE from the "THOUSAND DAYS' WAR" Bogota CIVIL WAR Issue
This is a "One Peso Note" from the National Bank of "De La República De Colombia" . It was issued at Bogota September 30, 1900 during the "Thousand Days' War" , a Civil War that lasted from 1899 until 1902.
Length: 106 Millimeters or 4.17 Inches. Width: 61 Millimeters or 2.40 Inches.
" Standard Catalog of World Paper Money" (General Issues 1368-1960) by Albert Pick. #27 0.
Face: 73013 (in red) • Printed by: Litografia Nacional.
The Catalog says that these notes show a great variety in printing quality, color shades, and types of paper used. Understandable considering the wartime conditions these were produced under.
Back: Arms.
The Note: A presentable example, it saw some use and has been folded numerous times but it has no edge or body tears. It does have three rather serious pinholes best seen at the lower left corner on the back. As grading is subjective please see the pictures and judge for yourself. The note will be sent in a new currency holder.
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