1943 Mexico 5 Pesos Banco de Mexico

Five Pesos Banco de Mexico. Pictured on the front is Gloria Fauer, a Spanish artist who was very successful in the Mexican  teather. Independence’s Monument at back. This bill was also known in Mexico as “la gitana” (the gypsy).

The Independence Angel is one of the  most important Mexican symbols, is the main historic monument for the Mexican people (also considered the symbol of Mexico City). It is located in downtown Mexico City in the middle of one of the most beautiful and transited avenues called Paseo de la Reforma.

The column measures 108 feet and the angel an additional 20 feet. The angel is built of bronze dipped in gold. Around the central base are four statues representing law, justice, war and peace.

Antonio Rivas Mercado built the Independence’s Monument in the first years of the past century, when Porfirio Diaz was President of Mexico. The monument was built to commemorate 100 years of the Independence of Mexico. Since September 16 th of 1925 this monument was placed on the tomb of several Mexican Independence hero’s like Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla, Jose Maria Morelos y Pavon, Ignacio Allende, Vicente Guerrero, Andres Quintana Roo, at back. Printed by American Banknote Company.

Pick number 60

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1970 Mexico 20 Pesos Banco de Mexico

The image of “”La corregidora”” at front. Her name was Josefa Ortiz de Dominguez. She had a high intervention on the meetings for Mexico’s independence. She was the Corregidor’s wife. Federal Palace courtyard on back.

Pick number 54

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Printer’s Name – Begginers Guide (8)

By Liliana E. González

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This post is part of the book Beginner’s Guide To Collect Paper Money, check it out at Banknote Heaven.

Oftentimes the printing company’s name will appear on a banknote in very small letters (sometimes abbreviated also) usually in the white frame area at the bottom of the bill.

Some collectors look for notes printed by American Banknote Company or Thomas de la Rue.

The banknote below was printed by American Banknote Company

1914 Mexico El Banco de Hidalgo 1 Peso (Pick s304)

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One peso. Mining scene at front. At back Portrait of Don Miguel Hidalgo y Costilla, a Mexican hero who gave the cry of independence in Mexico. He started the movement of independence in Mexico on September 15, 1910. He instigated Mexican people to fight for the independence. Printed by American Banknote Co.”

Pick s304

Standard Catalog of World Paper Money – Specialized (Standard Catalog of World Paper Money Vol 1: Specialized Issues)

Standard Catalog Of World Paper Money General Issues 1368-1960 (Standard Catlog of World Paper Money Vol 2: General Issues)

1912 El Banco Nacional de Mexico 20 Pesos (Pick s259)

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Twenty Pesos. El Banco Nacional de Mexico.  Portrait of Manuelita Garcia Teruel, cowboys working cows and statue of Christopher Columbus at back. Printed by American Banknote Co.

Pick s259

Standard Catalog of World Paper Money – Specialized (Standard Catalog of World Paper Money Vol 1: Specialized Issues)

1943 Mexico 5 Pesos (gypsy) Pick 60

Liliana E. González

@LilianaElena

Five Pesos Banco de Mexico. Pictured on the front is Gloria Fauer, a Spanish artist who was very successful in the Mexican Theater. Angel of Independence pictured on the back. Printed by American Banknote Company.

Pick 60

Standard Catalog Of World Paper Money, General Issues, 12 edition

Standard Catalog of World Paper Money – Modern Issues: 1961 – Present (Standard Catalog of World Paper Money. Vol 3: Modern Issues)