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Mexico 100 Pesos Banknote, 1981, P-74b.20, UNC, Series UJ

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Mexico 100 Pesos banknote from the 1981 UJ series has a pick number P-74b.20, is in uncirculated (UNC) condition, and features Venustiano Carranza.


  • SKU:
    MEXI74B.20U-UJ
  • Variety:
    UNC
  • UPC/ISBN
    A6753675
Serial Number: A6753675
Category: Banknotes
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This uncirculated 100 Mexican peso banknote is a standard circulation banknote issued by the Bank of Mexico as part of the UJ series. It is a purple, black, and red banknote that is dated 3 September 1981, bears the signature of Gonzalo Garcia Rodriguez, and measures 157 mm x 67 mm. Its obverse side features an excerpt of La Trinchera by Clemente Orozco and Venustiano Carranza, the first president of the new Mexican Republic. Its back side depicts the lion and mountain lion carving from the frieze of Tula and a reclining stone figure known as Chac Mool. The banknote does not have a security thread or a watermark.

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