50000 old Mexican Pesos banknote (Cuauhtémoc)
The Bank of Mexico issued Mexican Peso banknotes in 15 different denominations, including this 50000 old Mexican Pesos banknote (Cuauhtémoc). They are part of the obsolete Old Mexican Peso banknotes series. The Bank of Mexico started issuing these 50000 Mexican Peso banknotes in 1986. They were withdrawn from circulation in 1992.
The last Aztec Emperor and ruler of Tenochtitlan, Cuauhtémoc, is depicted on this banknote of $50,000 Mexican Pesos. The back side shows the mural “The Fusion of Two Cultures” by Jorge González Camarena. The work was previously titled La Conquista and can be viewed in the Museo Nacional de Historia, in México City. In 1993, three zeroes were dropped from the banknotes of the First Peso and this $50,000 Old Pesos note was replaced by a $50 New Pesos banknote with the same design.
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