Endangered
Obverse: José María Orellana, President of Guatemala (1925) during the Currency Reform that introduced the Quetzal as the official currency. Reverse: Main building of the Central Bank of Guatemala. Reintroduced as a polymer banknote on August 20, 2007.

Obverse: José María Orellana, President of Guatemala (1925) during the Currency Reform that introduced the Quetzal as the official currency. Reverse: Main building of the Central Bank of Guatemala. Reintroduced as a polymer banknote on August 20, 2007.

The 50-cent Quetzal(used), had the face of Tecum Uman (He was the last ruler and king of the K’iche’ (Quiché) Mayan people)and on the back was the temple of the Great Jaguar in Tikal, Peten.

The 50-cent Quetzal(used), had the face of Tecum Uman (He was the last ruler and king of the K’iche’ (Quiché) Mayan people)and on the back was the temple of the Great Jaguar in Tikal, Peten.