Cuba Banknotes,

Pn 104d.2s

Cuba 10 Pesos 1989 Unc Specimen

Pn 104d.1s

Cuba 10 Pesos 1988 Unc Specimen

Pn 104c.4s

Cuba 10 Pesos 1987 Unc Specimen

Pn 104c.3s

Cuba 10 Pesos 1986 Unc Specimen

Pn 104c.2s

Cuba 10 Pesos 1984 Unc Specimen

Pn 104c.1s

Cuba 10 Pesos 1983 Unc Specimen

Pn 104bs

Cuba 10 Pesos 1978 Unc Specimen

Pn 104a.5s

Cuba 10 Pesos 1971 Unc Specimen

Pn 104a.4s

Cuba 10 Pesos 1970 Unc Specimen

Pn 104a.3s

Cuba 10 Pesos 1969 Unc Specimen

Pn 104a.2s

Cuba 10 Pesos 1968 Unc Specimen

Pn 104a.1s

Cuba 10 Pesos 1967 Unc Specimen

Pn 96bs

Cuba 10 Pesos 1964 Unc Specimen

Pn 105d.4s

Cuba 20 Pesos 1990 Unc Specimen

Pn 105d.3s

Cuba 20 Pesos 1989 Unc Specimen

Pn 105d.2s

Cuba 20 Pesos 1988 Unc Specimen

Pn 105d.1s

Cuba 20 Pesos 1987 Unc Specimen

Pn 105cs

Cuba 20 Pesos 1983 Unc Specimen

Pn 109s

Cuba 10 Pesos 1991 Unc Specimen

Pn 108s

Cuba 5 Pesos 1991 Unc Specimen

Pn 117p

Cuba 10 Pesos 2014 Unc

Pn 130f

Cuba 200 Pesos 2022 Unc

Pn 131d

Cuba 500 Pesos 2022 Unc

Pn 132b

Cuba 1000 Pesos 2021 Unc

Pn 122i

Cuba 20 Pesos 2014 Unc

Pn 80b

Cuba 20 Pesos 1958 Unc

Cuba, formally the Republic of Cuba (Spanish: República de Cuba), is a country in the Caribbean, consisting of the island of Cuba, Isla de la Juventud and more than 4000 smaller islands. Cuba is bordered on the north by the Gulf of Mexico and the Atlantic Ocean, on the east by the Windward Passage, on the south by the Caribbean Sea, and on the west by the Yucatan Strait.

The country has been officially a socialist state since 1959 and has been ruled since 2008 by Raúl Castro, Secretary General of the Communist Party of Cuba. The country is divided into fifteen provinces and one special municipality: the island of Isla de la Juventud.

Cuba has a literacy rate of 99.8%, an infant mortality rate lower than some developed countries, and an average life expectancy of 78.3 years, giving Cuba a higher life expectancy than the United States. In 2006, Cuba was the only country in the world to meet the WWF definition of sustainable development; with an ecological footprint of less than 1.8 hectares per capita and a Human Development Index of more than 0.8 for 2007.