Museo Numismatico, Banco Central de Chile, Santiago

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  • The Numismatic Museum at the Central Bank of Chile is outstanding. It is free to enter. Hours are limited to 10a-1p M-F. You'll have your bags x-rayed as you enter. You'll be given a visitor badge. Th...  more »
  • I'm suspect to assess because love and whenever possible, I visit all museums coins. The Numismatic Museum of the Central Bank of Chile is very well mounted, and tells the story of the country through your currency.
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  • It is entertaining and interesting to go to the Museum of the central bank, at the beginning you can see bundles of bills which have been destroyed because no longer may be in circulation, then, one can create a ticket which is sent to the personal e-mail box. Has a great variety of tickets of all the world, in addition to small stories of those tickets national. The gold bullion that exist can photograph.
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  • "History records that the money changers have used every form of abuse, intrigue, deceit, and violent means possible to maintain their control over governments by controlling money and its issuance." ~ James Madison "Let me issue and control a nation's money, and I care not who makes its laws." ~ Mayer Amschel Rothschild
  • Nice building, but the best is to visit the Numismatic Museum. Good to exchange coins and banknotes for collectors.
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  • Excellent site, very tidy and full. My suggestion is to have some documents translated into English that are of great interest to foreigners (can be a free translation). A good example is chapter XIV of the compendium of rules of international changes. I also suggest to give some thematic order agreements, not only by chronological order. When you want to investigate a specific area the information gathering process is tedious. Greetings, Christopher
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  • Worth at Museum of numismatics. Well interesting because it tells a great story of Chile's monetary construction.
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