Still has the original printer's annotations on the note!
The design of the 1957-1970 Mexican 5 Peso banknote is one of the most recognizable, and most highly collected, in modern Mexican currency.
These “specimen banknotes” were printed by the American Banknote Co., for Banco de Mexico between 1957-1970. Specimen banknotes are created prior to the release of a new series of banknotes, to test for ink transfer, durability, and printing errors prior to the series being released into circulation. These banknotes even have the original printer’s annotations still on the note! Most specimen notes are destroyed once the series has been approved for release, so they are rare to find, and even more rare in high grade!
* Original Printer’ Annotations still present on the notes
* The 1957-1970 Mexico 5 Peso "Specimen Note" is extremely hard to find in high grade!
The obverse of the bill features a portrait of "La Gitana" (the Gypsy) in Mexico
(in fact an "Ideal Head of an Algerian Girl"), along with anti-counterfeit features, the denomination, and the issuing authority “Banco de Mexico.”
The reverse of the note features the Statue of Victory, along with anti-counterfeit features, the denomination, and the issuing authority “Banco de Mexico.”
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