About #115 - 2,000 lire type 1990
Italy. Bank of Italy. 1990-1997 Issues. Artwork by G. Savini and engraving by G. Capponi. Dimensions: 119 x 61 mm. Watermark: portrait of Guglielmo Marconi and electrotype monogram BI. Printer: Officina della Banca d'Italia. Safety signs: soft print, safety thread and pattern reconstituted by transmission (rosette in the center). Material: paper. Polychrome front and back printing with dominant brown, green, blue and orange. Description of the front: security background composed of guilloche shapes with a drawing representing the radio telecommunication in the center. On the right, the portrait of the Italian physicist and inventor Guglielmo Marconi (1874-1937). The Banknote number is repeated twice in black at the bottom. In the center in brown, the seal of the four Maritime Republics (Amalfi, Genoa, Pisa and Venice). On the left, the location of the watermark with the value "2000" above. The signatures are printed in brown. Two signatures with Governor Carlo Azeglio Ciampi and Cashier Fortunato Speziali. Description on the back: security background composed of guilloche shapes with the radio device invented by Marconi. On the left, the transmission antennas and the ship Elettra. On the right, the location of the watermark with the value "2000" above and the text of the blue printed penal code below. The decree date is printed vertically on the right side of the watermark. No specimen known for the Type. Replacement note with the X series.