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Mexico 20,000 Pesos Banknote, 1989, P-92b, UNC, Series DJ

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Mexico 20,000 Pesos banknote from the 1989 DJ series has a pick number P-92b.1, is in uncirculated (UNC) condition, and features Don Andres Quintana Roo.

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    UNC
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This uncirculated 20,000 Mexican peso banknote is dated 28 March 1989 and signed by Banco de Mexico Cajero Jaime Pacreu Vizcaya. It is part of the 1989 DJ series. It has blue-black, purple, and red colors and dimensions of 157 mm x 67 mm. Its obverse side contains Spanish text, a view of the Tulum temple, and a portrait of Don Andres Quintana Roo, a Mexican lawyer who served as a member of the Congress of Chilpancingo which drafted the Mexican Declaration of Independence in 1813. Its reverse side contains Spanish text, a bank guilloche, the bank seal, the Mural of Bonampak (Mural de Bonampak), Mayan musicians, and the Lintel of Yaxchilan (Dintel de Yaxchilan), a Mayan stone carving from Chiapas. Though the note does not have a watermark, it has a solid security thread.

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