Bank of Guatemala
156 x 67 mm
In circulation. Various Mayan motifs appear in the banknote.
José María Orellana Pinto (1872-1926), politician, general and president of Guatemala from 1921 to 1926. During his presidential term, the quetzal was created as a Guatemalan currency unit.
A Leyden plaque, a jade statue with the oldest Mayan writing. In the center, the building of the Central Bank of Guatemala. In the center on the right, a stone altar engraved with Tikal.
printer: Canadian Banknote Company