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An indicator of Mexicos hyperinflation, the 50,000 Mexican peso note was first introduced in 1986. The purple, black, and brown banknote is 157 mm long and 67 mm wide. The obverse side showcases the last Aztec emperor Cuauhtemoc and his stylized bird glyph. The reverse side displays Jorge Gonzalez Camarenas mural La Fusion de dos Culturas (The Fusion of Two Cultures) in Chapultepec castle. The note has a solid security thread and Cuauhtemoc as its watermark.