|Size||134 x 66 mm|
As the main motif, the banknote displays a locomotive transporting revolutionary troops, representing the armed movement which started in 1910. Next to the locomotive is one of the most emblematic images of the Mexican Revolution, the camp followers or the Adelita (picture from the Casasola archive).
The main element is a fragment of the mural entitled "From the Porfirio Regime to the Revolution", also known as "The Revolution against Porfirio’s Dictatorship", by Mexican Painter and Muralist David Alfaro Siqueiros. It displays armed people surrounding the Leader of the triumphant Revolution. This mural can be found in the Revolution Room, in the National History Museum located inside the Chapultepec Castle.
|In circulation as of September 23, 2009.|
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|Intaglio and embossing perceptible by touch||Microprinting|
|Color-shifting element||Linear background|
|Perfect register||Fluorescent ink|