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Mexico 2,000 Pesos Banknote, 1989, P-86c, UNC, Series ED.3

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Mexico 2,000 Pesos banknote from the 1989 ED.3 series has a pick number P-86c, is in uncirculated (UNC) condition, and features Justo Sierra.

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    MEXI86CU-ED.3
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This uncirculated 2,000 Mexican peso note is part of the 1989 ED series. It is dated 28 Mar. 1989 and bears the signature of Bank of Mexico Cashier Jaime Pacreu Vizcaya. It has green, brown, and black colors and dimensions of 157 mm x 67 mm. Its front side features the Mexican writer Justo Sierra and the Historical Representation of Culture mural by Juan O Gorman found in the Central Libarary of the National Autonomous University of Mexico. Its back side depicts the 19th century courtyard, colonnade, and equestrian stature of Carlos IV at the University of Mexico. The note does not have a security thread nor a watermark.

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