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The Mexico 100 Pesos Banknote was issued by the Bank of Mexico in 1982 as part of the Series VC. The note is in a combination of purple, black, and red. Featured on the obverse of the paper bill are Venustiano Carranza and the painting of Jose Clemente Orozco “La Trinchera” depicting three soldiers. The reverse of the paper bill displays bank guilloches and a coyote and mountain lion carving from the frieze of Tula, Hidalgo. Also on the reverse is CHAC MOOL (a reclining stone figure) and the bank seal. The banknote contains a registration device in the form of a stylized eagle eating a snake. It is 157 x 67 mm in size and is in uncirculated condition. It has also been TAP authenticated with a grade of 60-70.