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The GHC excel file says the peso boliviano replaced the old boliviano at a thousand to one (1:1000) as is given here, but the GHC text entry says it was a hundred to one (1:100). Do we have some source for which is correct? Gecko G 06:26, 21 August 2007 (UTC)
Can I suggest that the highly detailed information about the coins and banknotes be hived off into two new articles? Dove1950 (talk) 20:25, 30 May 2008 (UTC)
Eventually, perhaps. The stub has just been expanded (and probably should no longer be called a "stub"). It is still very short and concise. Splitting it too soon would result in a loss of coherence. I would suggest waiting for the addition either of images of all the coins and notes or of even more detail. "Detailed" is a relative concept. Right now, the information on the coins and notes is quite basic. A "highly detailed" account would include much more information on design (face and back), security features, date of release, signatures, serial numbering, etc., etc. Sivasova (talk) 12:20, 31 May 2008 (UTC)
To me, once we get down to giving catalogue numbers, we've reached the point when we should be dividing the article up, retaining an overview of denominations issued here. I agree it's not a stub any more. Dove1950 (talk) 19:02, 6 June 2008 (UTC)