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Mexico 50,000 Pesos Banknote, 1990, P-93b.2, UNC, Series FV

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Mexico 50,000 Pesos banknote from 1990 FV series has a pick number P-93b.2, is in uncirculated (UNC) condition, and features Cuauhtemoc.


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    MEXI93B.2U-FV
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    UNC
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This uncirculated 50,000 Mexican peso note is a standard circulation banknote issued by the Bank of Mexico as part of the FV series. It is a purple, black, and brown note that is dated 28 March 1989, bears the signature of Jaime Pacreu Vizcaya, and measures 157 mm x 67 mm. Its obverse side features a stylized Cuauhtemoc bird glyph and the Aztec emperor Cuauhtemoc. Its reverse side depicts a scene of a Spaniard fighting an Aztec in bird costume from “La Fusion de dos Culturas” (Melting of Two Cultures) by Jorge Gonzalez Camarena. Security features include a solid security thread with printed text and a watermark of Cuauhtemoc.

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