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Banknote 1913 Bank of Chihuahua Mexico 5 Pesos Miner w/ Drill P# S132a Crisp UNC

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Description: A nice crisp uncirculated Banknote from the Bank of the State of Chihuahua in Mexico. This is the 1913 series A five pesos. The banknote, which is black and white with green underprint on the front has a vignette showing a miner using a drill with a light pole behind him in the center. The vignette is surrounded by the denomination on a multicolored underprint. The front has one signature and shows the denomination in all four corners. The back of the note is orange in color and has the arms of Mexico consisting of an eagle with a snake in its beak in the center. The back also shows the denomination on both sides of the seal and also in the four corners. This particular note has the serial number 192326 in red displayed twice on the front and is not displayed on the back. The note has only one signature displayed in the middle of the bottom on the front but has no water mark that we could find. Please carefully review the scans presented as they are part and parcel of our description.

Date: 1913.

Printer: American Bank Note Company of New York.

Size: The banknote measures ~7" by ~3 1/4".

Pick Number: Pick number S132a.

Condition: I would grade this banknote as crisp uncirculated and is very nicely embossed. The banknote has all of its details very well preserved. It has no folds and no creases. The note is clean and has no stains. It has no graffiti, no pinholes, no tears, and no splits. It is intact but not very well cropped with a skinny edge to the left of the front and to a lesser extent to the bottom. This happened during the cutting of the sheets and is original to making process of the note. Be that as it may, it is still well margined with fully squared and intact corners. It retains all of its original stiffness, crispiness, and sheen. A nice note to add to your collection. Please see photos for additional condition information.

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