Andes Mountains with a Climber on the Note

10 Jan 2022  Mon

The inti currency was in circulation from 1985 to 1991. The sol replaced the Peruvian inti in 1991 and the name is a return to that of Peru's historic currency, as the previous incarnation of the sol was in use from 1863 to 1985.

The old Peruvian inti was named after the Sun God of the Incas. The ‘Banco Central de Reserva del Peru’ issued Peruvian Sol banknotes in 12 different denominations, including this 500 Peruvian intis banknote. They are part of the demonetized Peruvian Inti banknotes series. The Banco Central de Reserva del Peru started issuing these 500 Peruvian Sol banknotes in 1985. They were withdrawn from circulation in 1991.

The 500 Peruvian intis banknote features the revolutionary leader of the Andean uprising against the Spanish in Peru, Tupac Amaru II. On the back of the Quinientos Intis bill is a view of the Andes Mountains with a climber.

Disclaimer: Due to the latest government guideline, deliveries may take a little longer time than usual.

Knowledge Base

Online: 9.30 am to 6.30 pm