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100-peso banknote commemorating the 100th Anniversary of the Enactment of the Constitution

Background information

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Design features

Type F
Size 134 x 66 mm
Material Cotton paper
Obverse

The main motive is the solemn act in which Venustiano Carranza, Mexico’s president at the time, next to the chairman of Congress at the time, Luis Manuel Rojas, is sworn in before the Constituent Assembly after amending the Constitution.

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Reverse

As the main image, congressmen appear swearing to observe and enforce the Mexican Constitution.

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The banknote’s predominant colors are red and yellow.
In circulation as of February 5, 2017.
Credits and acknowledgements

Obverse side obtained from:
"Venustiano Carranza is sworn in before the Constituent Assembly after amending the Mexican Constitution "
     Casasola Archives
     CONACULTA - INAH - MEXICO
     Reproduction authorized by:
     National Institute of Anthropology and History /
     Casasola Cuarta Generación, S.A. de C.V.

Reverse side obtained from:
"Congressmen of the Constituent Assembly swearing to observe and enforce the Mexican Constitution"
     Casasola Archives
     CONACULTA - INAH - MEXICO
     Reproduction authorized by:
     National Institute of Anthropology and History /
     Casasola Cuarta Generación, S.A. de C.V.

Banco de México thanks the following:
     MEXICO MINISTRY OF THE INTERIOR
     THE NATIONAL ARCHIVES OF MEXICO
     GOVERNMENT OF THE STATE OF QUERÉTARO
     MRS. LUCILA CASASOLA AND MR. ADRIÁN CASASOLA

 

Security features

1. Intaglio and embossing perceptible by touch 4. Watermark 7. Linear background
2. Color-shifting element 5. Increasing folio  8. Cotton paper
3. Zipper-effect thread 6. Microprinting  9. Fluorescence