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1910 Banco Nacional De Mexico Five Pesos Banknote Series N4 P #S257c PCGS VF 30

  • $ 149.99

Description: A beautiful very fine five pesos banknote issued by "Banco Nacional De Mexico" in Mexico. This is the March 1st, 1910 issue banknote. The banknote is printed in black over a yellow and brown underprint. The front depicts the image of a seated female reading (Literature) to the left and the portrait of M. Garcia Teruel within an oval to the right. The front also displays the date, denomination, and four signatures. The front also has a red round seal left of center near the top. The back is brown with the image of Christopher Columbus discovering America in circular frame in the center. The back has a blue scalloped treasury seal near the top left corner. This particular note has the serial number 1213349 printed in red twice on the front but not on the back. This is a series N4 as evident in the right bottom corner of the front. There is also the red notation M2 in the left bottom corner of the front. The banknote is graded 30 Very Fine by PCGS and comes in a plastic holder so labeled. A very nice note to add to your collection. Please carefully review the scans presented as they are part and parcel of our description.

Date: March 1, 1910.

Printer: American Bank Note Company of New York.

Size: The banknote measures ~6 1/8" by ~2 3/4".

Pick Number: S257c and is listed in Frampton Opus as M298c.

Condition: The note is graded as 30 Very Fine by PCGS and comes in a plastic holder so labeled. The note shows honest wear commensurate with its age and grade. It is lightly soiled and shows some folds. The corners are intact with minor rounding, the edges are intact and do not show appreciable roughness. The note has no graffiti, no pinholes, no tears, and no splits. A nice note to add to your collection. Please see photos for additional condition information.

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