1000 old Mexican Pesos banknote (Cuauhtémoc)

The Bank of Mexico issued Mexican Peso banknotes in 15 different denominations, including this 1000 old Mexican Pesos banknote (Cuauhtémoc). They are part of the obsolete Old Mexican Peso banknotes series. The Bank of Mexico started issuing these 1000 Mexican Peso banknotes in 1936. They were withdrawn from circulation in 1978.

Mexico’s old $1000 Pesos banknote features the last Aztec ruler of tenochtitlan, Cuauhtémoc, also known as Descending Eagle. The back side of the Un Mil Pesos bill shows a view on El Castillo, the temple of Kukulcan in the archeological site of Chichen Itza in Yucatán.

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1 MXN = £0.0000232

You get: £0.02

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