Mexico 100 Pesos (Mexican Revolution)


Do you have a Mexico 100 Pesos Banknote? Here’s how to exchange it with us.

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The Mexican Peso is the official currency in Mexico, and its origins date back to 1925, after the founding of the Bank of Mexico. The first series consisted of bills of 5, 10, 20, 50, 100, 500 and 1,000 pesos and were printed by the American Bank Note Company of New York (ABNC). The first series are commemorative banknotes in denominations of 100 and 200 Mexican pesos currently circulating.

The 100 Pesos note front design features a Steam Locomotive at the center (a type of railway locomotive that produces its pulling power through a steam engine). The reverse note side has the image of the Revolutionary crowd at the center. This note is part of the 2004 – 2019 Polymer plastic Commemorative issues series Centennial of Mexican Revolution and, its color is brown and multicolor.

Text: “100PESOS” Banco de Mexico,100 pesos, F, Cien pesos, Locomotive, Revolutionary crowd,conmemorativo del inicio de la Revolución Mexicana. SI ADELITA SE FUERA CON OTRO, LA SEGUIRÍA POR TIERRA Y POR MAR, SI POR MAR EN UN BUQUE DE GUERRA, SI POR TIERRA EN UN TREN MILITAR.

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