DLRC #: 1302103 // PCGS #: 102735 We are thrilled to offer an iconic note of South America and one of the earliest examples of a commemorative banknote in history. Various nations and kingdoms have used coins to commemorate important events since at least the 17th century, but commemorative banknotes are a relatively new phenomenon. This 1 Peso note from Uruguay was issued to commemorate 100 years of independence of the nation. It is dated July 18th, 1930, the date the Uruguayan constitution was
Released by the Royal Dutch Mint in 2018, this Silver Lion Dollar is fashioned after the historic Lion Dollar of 1617, which was a widely circulated coin in the Middle East and British colonies throughout the 17th and 18th centuries. This commemorative coin was struck from 1 Troy oz. of .9999 pure silver and features the iconic rampant lion design.