About #106 - 10,000 lire type 1976-1984
Italy. Bank of Italy. 1962-1985 Issues. Artwork by T. Cionini and engraving by G. Pino. Dimensions: 133 x 70 mm. Watermark: portrait of a man and electrotype BI monogram. Imprimeur: Officina della Banca d'Italia. Solid security thread. Material: paper. Black and green, brown and purple polychrome double-sided printing. Description of the front: safety bottom composed of guilloche shapes. On the left, the portrait of a man by the painter Andrea del Castagno (1423-1457). In the center, the seal of the four Maritime Republics (Amalfi, Genoa, Pisa and Venice). On the right, the watermark and the value "10000" above. The signatures are printed in dark brown. Two combinations of signatures with The Governor and The Cashier. Description on the back: in the center, studded exterior façade with the entrance to the of the New Jesus Church (Gesù Nuovo) in Naples. On the right, the base of the Obelisk of the Gesù Nuovo in Naples with the value "10000" printed below. The text of the penal code is printed around the watermark and the banknote number is printed in black below. No specimen known for the Type. Replacement note with the X series.