1000 Mexican Pesos banknote (Series F)
The Banco de México issued Mexican Peso banknotes in 6 different denominations,
including this 1000 Mexican Pesos banknote (Series F). They are part of the current Mexican Peso banknotes series. The Banco de México started issuing
these 1000 Mexican Peso banknotes in 2006. They are currently still in circulation.
The highest value banknote of Mexico is the $1000 Pesos bill. The violet and pink coloured banknote features Miguel Hidalgo, priest and leader of the Mexican War of independence. Hidalgo rang the bell of his church in the town of Dolores and gave the call to arms. This event, which took place on 16 September 1810, was later called the ‘Cry of Dolores’. The $1000 pesos bill features both the church in Dolores as the so-called ‘Dolores Bell’. The back side of the note shows the building of the University of Guanajuato.
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