Brazil Currency 100 Reals banknote 1994 Grouper

Brazil Currency 100 Reals banknote 1994 Effigy of the Republic
Brazil Currency 100 Reals banknote 1994 Grouper

Currency of Brazil 100 Reals banknote 1994 Dusky Grouper
Central Bank of Brazil - Banco Central do Brasil
The First series of the Brazilian Real banknotes, launched in 1994
The theme of the current family of banknotes — an effigy of the Republic on the front and Brazilian animals on the back.

Obverse: Effigy of the Republic, portrayed as a sculpture. At the top of the watermark area along the upper left side of the note there is the legend "BANCO CENTRAL DO BRASIL" (Central Bank of Brazil). The numerical indication of the denomination "100 REAIS" at center and at upper right.
  Signatures: Guido Mantega (1st signature type - MINISTRO DA FAZENDA - Minister of Finance) and Henrique de Campos Meirelles (PRESIDENTE DO BANCO CENTRAL DO BRASIL - President of the Central Bank of Brazil).

Reverse: Picture of a Dusky Grouper (Epinephelus marginatus), fish of the family Serranidae, and it is one of the most known found in the Brazilian coast. The face value "100" at bottom left and upper right and the denomination in words "CEM REAIS" (ONE HUNDRED REALS) at bottom center.

Watermark: Effigy of the Republic.
Coinciding Register: Coat of arms of Brazil. Hold the banknote up to light and you will see that the image of the Coat of Arms shows up complete. The parts printed on the back perfectly match the ones on the front.
Dimensions: 140 x 65 mm.
Predominant color: Aqua and light blue on multicolored underprint.
Printer: Casa da Moeda do Brasil, Rio de Janeiro.