About #112 - 10,000 lire type 1984
Italy. Banca d'Italia. 1962-1985 Issues. Work by Giovanni Pino and engraving by A. Canfarini. Dimensions: 133 x 70 mm. Watermark: portrait of Alessendro Volta and electrotype BI monogram. Printer: Officina della Banca d'Italia. Intaglio print. Solid security thread. Material: paper. Full color front and back print, predominantly blue, purple and green. Description of the front: security background composed of guilloche shapes with a representation in the center of a Volta stack. On the right, the portrait of the physicist and chemist Alessendro Volta (1745-1827). The banknote number is repeated twice in black at the bottom. In the center in blue, the seal of the four Maritime Republics (Amalfi, Genoa, Pisa and Venice). On the left, the location of the watermark with the value "10,000" above. The signatures are printed in purple in the center. Four combinations of signatures with The Governor and The Cashier. Description of the back: a view of the Voltiano temple of Como on a background of guilloche forms. On the right, the location of the watermark with the value "10,000" above and the text of the penal code below. The decree date is printed vertically on the right side. The specimen is known overprinted "CAMPIONE" in red diagonally and numbered "AA 000000 A". Replacement note with X series.