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1984. Front side of the same banknote in "old" currency, 10,000 Cruzeiros. Pick # 203
Reverse side of the 10,000 cruzeiros banknote, showing Mr. Barbosa in a speach.
1986. Pick # 209. Front side of a 10 Cruzados banknote. The person portrayed is Rui Barbosa. Jurist and statesman 1849-73. One of the founders of the Republic. His writings were among the chief factors contributing to the overthrow of the Empire.
1992. Reverse side of a 1000 Cruzeiros banknote showing portraits of Brazilian children of different races. Slania has only made the reverse side.
1992. Front side of the same banknote, NOT by Slania, showing the portrait of Candido Rondon (1866-1956), a Brazilian adventurer and explorer, and a friend of the Indians.
1985. Pick # 205. Front side of a banknote in "old" currency of 100,000 Cruzeiros.
1986. Pick # 211. Front side of the same same banknote in "new" currency, 100 Cruzados. The person portrayed is President J. Kubitschek [Juscelino Kubitschek de Oliveira] (1902-1976). President of Brazil 1956-1961. Backside shows a view of Brasilia.
1992. Pick # 235a. Front side of a banknote of 100,000 Cruzeiros, showing a national bird of Brazil. Back side, not by Slania, showing an aerial view of the Cataract of Iguaco (Amazonas River). Note the different banknote, overprinted "100 cruzeiros reais".
Please note, that Mr. Slania Slania has signed the above banknotes only with his first name, Czeslaw.
1984. Pick # 204. The reverse side of a banknote in "ancient" currency, 50,000 Cruzeiros. The Cruz Institute, Rio de Janeiro.
1986. Pick # 210. Banknote of the "new" currency, 50 Cruzados.
The person portrayed is Oswaldo Cruz (1872-1917), founder of the Cruz Institute in Rio de Janeiro.
1986. Idem, the reverse side of the "new" currency, 50 Cruzados.
1990. Pick # 222. Banknote of 500 Cruzados Novos. The person portrayed is Heitor [Hector] Villa-Lobos (1887-1959). Brazilian composer and musician. In June 1930 Villa-Lobos returned to live in Brazil having spent the previous seven years based in Paris. There he had mixed freely with the leading artists, writers and musicians, gaining a certain notoriety as composer of colourful, exotic and harmonically advanced music which bore the distinct savour of his homeland. Please note that Slania has NOT engraved the front side; it is therefore shown here as a thumbnail.
Reverse side of the same banknote. Slania has only engraved the reverse side.
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