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Mexico 20 Pesos 2001 (2002)

Item Code: MX-116A

Front: Portrait of Benito Pablo Juárez García (1806 - 1872), a Mexican lawyer and liberal politician of Zapotec origin from Oaxaca.
National shield of Mexico (Escudo Nacional de México). The coat of arms depicts a Mexican golden eagle perched on a prickly pear
cactus devouring a rattlesnake. Back: Benito Juárez Hemicycle, a Neoclassical monument located at the Alameda Central park in
Mexico City. The statue of Juárez is flanked by marble Doric columns. Benito Juarez seated with two allegories behind him: one
represents the homeland crowning Juarez with laurels; the other one represents Justice. Festoons, an eagle and two lions
symbolically guard the monument. Seal of the Central Bank of Mexico. Watermark: N/a. Signatures: Guillermo Güémez García
(Junta de Gobierno); Raúl Sierra Otero (Cajero Principal). Predominant colour: Blue. Security features: Running serial numbers.
Embedded security strip. Artist: J. Peral (obverse); M. Sasian Grab (reverse). Issuer:
Banco de Mexico. Date of Print: 17 May 2001.
Circulation: from 30 September 2002. Withdrawn: In the process. Legal tender: Yes. Total issue: Unknown. Material: Polymer
substrate. Printing method: Intaglio (raised print). Printer: Banco de Mexico (BdM).

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Dimensions: 129 x 66 mm
Remark: This is the first Mexican banknote (billet) made of polymer substrate.

Texts: Banco de Mexico. Veinte Pesos. Twenty Pesos. Hemiciclo a Juarez.

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