Mexico new 100-peso note confirmed
Aug 22, 2010 11:39 AM Category: North America
Guillermo Ortiz Martinez and Raul Valdes Ramos
100 pesos (US$7.90), 23 ABR. 2009.
Red and yellow. Front: Ear of corn; poem about zentzontle, a bird represented by jade, flower, and two seated men; warrior poet Nezahualcóyotl. Back: Bank logo; temple, central square, and aqueduct of México-Tenochtitlán; cricket. Windowed Motion security thread and solid security thread. Watermark: Nezahualcóyotl and electrotype 100. Printer: BANCO DE MÉXICO. 148 x 66 mm. Intro: 09.08.2010.
Courtesy of Ricardo G. Ramírez and Claudio Marana.