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Brazil

 

1989-1994 | 1998-2013

 

1 Real, (1998)

1 real (1998) front
1 real (1998) back

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Front: Sculpture of the Republic

Back: White-necked jacobin hummingbirds

 

White-necked jacobin hummingbird

White-necked jacobin hummingbird

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5 Reais, (1999)

5 reais (1999) front
5 reais (1999) back

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Front: Sculpture of the Republic

Back: Great Egret

 

Great Egret

Great Egret

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10 Reais, (2000) Polymer
Commemorates 500th Anniversary of the Discovery of Brazil

10 reais (2000) front
10 reais (2000) back

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Souvenir Folder

Souvenir Folder

Front: Pedro Alvares Cabral (1467-1520), Portuguese navigator who discovered Brazil

Back: Map of Brazil and ethnic faces representing modern day Brazil

 

2 Reais, (2001-)

2 Reais, (2001-) front
2 Reais, (2001-) back

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Front: Sculpture of the Republic

Back: Tartaruga Marinha, the sea turtle

 

Tartaruga Marinha

Tartaruga Marinha

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20 Reais, (2002-)

20 Reais, (2002-) front
20 Reais, (2002-) back

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Front: Sculpture of the Republic

Back: Golden Lion Tamarin

The golden lion tamarin, native to the Atlantic coastal forests of Brazil, is an endangered species with an estimated wild population of approximately 1,500 individuals spread between 3 different locations along southeastern Brazil, and a captive population maintained at approximately 490 individuals among 150 zoos.

 

Golden Lion Tamarin

Golden Lion Tamarin

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2 Reais, 2010 (2013)

2 Reais, 2010 (2013) front
2 Reais, 2010 (2013) back

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 & Back2 Reais, 2010 (2013) back

Front: Sculpture of the Republic

Back: Tartaruga Marinha turtle

Courtesy rogbertbr

 

Tartaruga Marinha Turtle

Tartaruga Marinha

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5 Reais, 2010 (2013)

5 Reais, 2010 (2013) front
5 Reais, 2010 (2013) back

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Front: Sculpture of the Republic

Back: Great egret

Courtesy rogbertbr

 

Great Egret

Great Egret

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10 Reais, 2010 (2012)

10 Reais, 2010 (2012) front
10 Reais, 2010 (2012) back

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Front: Sculpture of the Republic

Back: Arara (Brazilian Macaw)

Courtesy sestante2011

 

Arara

Arara

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20 Reais, 2010 (2012)

20 Reais, 2010 (2012) front
20 Reais, 2010 (2012) back

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 & Back20 Reais, 2010 (2012) back

Front: Sculpture of the Republic

Back: Golden lion tamarin

Courtesy orocondor

 

Golden Lion Tamarin

Golden lion tamarin

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50 Reais, 2010

50 Reais, 2010 front
50 Reais, 2010 back

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Front: Sculpture of the Republic

Back: Jaguar

Courtesy orocondor

 

Jaguar

Jaguar

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100 Reais, 2010

100 Reais, 2010 front
100 Reais, 2010 back

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Front: Sculpture of the Republic

Back: Garoupa

Courtesy asianbanknotes

 

Garoupa

Garoupa

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1989-1994 | 1998-2013

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Brazil occupies half of the continent of South America, Portuguese established settlements there in 1500. It became an empire in 1822 and a republic in 1889. For a more detailed country profile, see CIA World Factbook on Brazil.

 

 

 

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