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This uncut sheet of 20 Mexican peso banknotes has 60 pieces arranged in 6 x 10 and is in uncirculated condition. This 20 Mexican peso note was introduced in 2007, but in mid-2016 the city of issue name was changed to Ciudad de Mexico. The serial numbers of the notes in this sheet all start with the letter Z. The obverse side contains Spanish text, a stylized bird in flight, an open book and balance scales, and the first indigenous Mexican president Benito Pablo Juarez Garcia. The reverse side contains the seal of Banco de Mexico, jewelry, the mask of the lightning god Cocijo, and a view of the Zapotec ruins at Monte Alban, Oaxaca. The notes have a map of Mexico registration map. Because the notes are made of polymer, they do not have a security thread and watermark. Each note is 120 mm long and 66 mm wide.