10 old Mexican Pesos banknote (Miguel Hidalgo)
The Bank of Mexico issued Mexican Peso banknotes in 15 different denominations, including this 10 old Mexican Pesos banknote (Miguel Hidalgo). They are part of the obsolete Old Mexican Peso banknotes series. The Bank of Mexico started issuing these 10 Mexican Peso banknotes in 1969. They were withdrawn from circulation in 1992.
The green-coloured banknote of $10 old Mexican Pesos shows Miguel Hidalgo and the church bell of the church in Dolores rung by Hidalgo when he gave the call to arms that triggered the Mexican War of Independence. The church pictured on the back side is the Church of the Grito, named after the Cry of Dolores (Grito de Dolores). The town of Dolores was renamed to Dolores Hidalgo in honour of Miguel Hidalgo.
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