These Mexican 1 Peso Banknotes are not only from the last year that a Mexican 1 Peso banknote was ever printed – but they are also from series BIO, the very last series group that year (BIG-BIP).
The 1 Peso banknote was first issued by the First Mexican Empire in 1823. Nearly 110 years later, the Republic of Mexico introduced its first 1 Peso banknote in 1936. Production of the note ended in 1970. During the entire production of the Mexican 1 Peso, the banknotes were never printed in Mexico, they were printed in New York by the American Banknote Company (ABNCo).
* GEM Uncirculated condition
* Last year a paper currency 1 peso was ever printed.
* The final series for the final year of the paper 1 peso.
* The 1 peso was NEVER PRINTED in Mexico.
* Late issue 1970 Mexican 1 Peso Banknotes are getting tougher to find in uncirculated condition.
The obverse of the bill features the Aztec calendar stone or Mexica Sun stone (Piedra del Sol) excavated in the Zócalo, Mexico City's main square, on 17th of December 1790.
The reverse of the bill features the Independence Monument in Mexico City.
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