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The 10-500 Mexican peso set is the complete set of banknotes released in 1994. These notes still have Nuevo in its currency, the last time the modifier is used until it is dropped on January 1996. The notes also dropped the clause pagara a la vista al poriador (payable to bearer on sight) and changed the bank title from El Banco de Mexico to Banco de Mexico. The three smaller denominations measure 129 mm x 65 mm, have a solid security thread and no watermark. The three larger denominations measure 155 mm x 65 mm, have a solid security thread and a solid security thread with demetalized print of their denomination in Spanish, and a watermark of the featured person. Each note features a historical figure and their associated field on the obverse side, and a significant landmark of Mexico on the reverse side.