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Mexico 1 Peso Banknote, 1961, P-59g.3, Series KC, UNC

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Mexico 1 Peso banknote from the 1961 KC series has a pick number P-59g.3, is in uncirculated (UNC) condition, and features the Aztec calendar.


  • SKU:
    MEXI59G.3U-KC
  • Variety:
    UNC
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This uncirculated 1 Mexican peso note is a standard circulation banknote issued by the Bank of Mexico as part of the 1961 KC series. It is a black, green, and red note that is dated 25 January 1961, bears the signature of Fernando Joaquin Loaiza, and measures 157 mm x 67 mm. Its obverse side features the Aztec calendar. Its reverse side shows the bank seal and an angel atop the Independence Monument in Mexico City. The note does not have a security thread or a watermark. However, it has a six-digit serial number. The note was demonetized in 1984.

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