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Banknote Book & CPG® PRICE GUIDE

Catalog & market information for bank notes issued by Banco de Puerto Rico

The Treaty of Paris ended the Spanish-American War on 13 August 1898, with Spain ceding Puerto Rico to the United States. Subsequently, the Banco Español de Puerto Rico was renamed the Banco de Puerto Rico (Bank of Puerto Rico, BPR) and operated by US interests.

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5 pesos = 5 dollars
(B701a, P41)

 
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5 pesos = 5 dollars
(B701ap, P41)

 
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10 pesos = 10 dollars
(B702a, P42)

 
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10 pesos = 10 dollars
(B702ap, P42)

 
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10 pesos = 10 dollars
(B702as, P42)

 
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20 pesos = 20 dollars
(B703a, P43)

 
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20 pesos = 20 dollars
(B703ap, P43)

 
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20 pesos = 20 dollars
(B703as, P43)

 
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50 pesos = 50 dollars
(B704a, P44)

 
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50 pesos = 50 dollars
(B704ap, P44)

 
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100 pesos = 100 dollars
(B705a, P45)

 
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100 pesos = 100 dollars
(B705ap, P45)

 
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200 pesos = 200 dollars
(B706a, P46)

 
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200 pesos = 200 dollars
(B706ap, P46)

 
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200 pesos = 200 dollars
(B706as, P46)

 
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5 dollars
(B707a, P47)

 
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5 dollars
(B707ap, P47)

 
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5 dollars
(B707ar, P47)

 
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5 dollars
(B707as1, P47)

 
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5 dollars
(B707as2, P47)

 
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10 dollars
(B708a, P48)

 
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10 dollars
(B708ap, P48)

 
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10 dollars
(B708as, P48)

 
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