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Mexico 1,000 Pesos Banknote, 1984, P-81, UNC, Series VW

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Mexico 1,000 Pesos banknote from the 1984 WV series has a pick number P-81, is in uncirculated (UNC) condition, and features Sor Juana Ines de la Cruz and Plaza de Santo Domingo.

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    MEXI81U-VW
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The 1,000 Mexican peso note is part of the first family of notes produced by the Banco de Mexicos banknote factory. This uncirculated note is dated 30 OCT. 1984 and signed by Gonzalo Garcia Rodriguez, the Cashier of the Bank of Mexico. Its serial number starts with WV. The note has brown, green, purple, and red colors and dimensions of 157 mm by 67 mm. Its front side shows Sor Juana Ines de la Cruz, a Mexican writer who was nicknamed The Tenth Muse, with her hand on an open book. Its reverse side portrays the Plaza de Santo Domingo in Mexico City. Though this note does not have a watermark, it has a solid security thread and an inkwell and quill on the watermark areas.

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