The actual monetary line in Argentina is the LINEA
PESO CONVERTIBLE. The bills have a uniform size of 155 mm of wide and 65 mm of high. The role utilized is 100% of fiber of cotton, with a weight of 83 gr/m2, exempt of fluorescencia to the ultraviolet light, being carried out the impression in three successive phases, employing systems of impression offset, chalcography and tipography. To five years of its launch, some changes in the line were performed, that included improvements in the engravings, role of a gramaje upper (90 gr/m2), cylindrical mold water mark located, that reproduces the portrait of the design oriented in the same sense. The present bills in circulation have the following values: 2, 5, 10, 20, 50 and 100 pesos. The currencies in force in circulation have the value of: 1, 5, 10, 25 and 50 cents and 1 weight. .
Source: Banco Central de la República Argentina