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Mexico Polymer Plastic Banknotes

 

20 Pesos, 2002

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First polymer note issued by Mexico.

Front: Benito Juarez (1806-1872), President of Mexico

Benito Juarez was largely self-educated. He became a lawyer, a judge, Minister of Justice, and served two terms as President of Mexico.

Back: A monument to Benito Juarez, "Hemiciclo A Juarez" in Mexico City

 

Benito Juarez Monument

Benito Juarez Monument

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50 Pesos, 2005

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Front: José María Morelos (1765-1815), leader of Mexican revolution against Spain

Back: Aqueduct in Morelia, Michoacán

Courtesy benny

 

Aqueduct in Morelia

Aqueduct in Morelia

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20 Pesos, 2006 (2007)

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Front: Benito Juarez (1806-1872), President of Mexico

Back: Monte Albán pre-Columbian archaeological ruins in Oaxaca

Courtesy vncoins

 

Monte Albán Archaeological Ruins

Monte Albán Archaeological Ruins

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100 Pesos, 2007 (2009)
Commemorates the Centennial of the Mexican Revolution

100 Pesos, 2007 (2009) front
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Front: Locomotive that carried revolutionary troops in 1910

Back: Soldiers in David Alfaro Siqueiros' mural "Del Porfirismo a la Revolución

Courtesy noteshobby

 

Del Porfirismo a la Revolución

Del Porfirismo a la Revolución

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50 Pesos, 2013

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Front: José María Morelos (1765-1815), leader of Mexican revolution against Spain

Back: Aqueduct, built in 1785 with 253 arches, in Morelia, Michoacán

Courtesy Claudio Marana

 

Aqueduct of Morelia

Aqueduct of Morelia

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