100 Mexican peso note & bill

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100 Mexican peso Front

 

100 Mexican peso the front is  Nezahualcóyotl, Indios
100 Mexican peso the front is Nezahualcóyotl, Indios

The main motif is an effigy of Nezahualcóyotl, accompanied by an allegory to the verses "I love the song of zentzontle/bird of four hundred voices" which appear on the banknote. The allegory comprises the drawings of a zentzontle, four symbols of the word, a piece of jade, a flower and two seated men.

The predominant colors on the banknote are red and yellow.

In circulation as of August 9, 2010.

100 Mexican peso Back

 

100 Mexican peso the back is  Ruins of Tenochtitlán
100 Mexican peso the back is Ruins of Tenochtitlán

The main element is a Nezahualcóyotl-styled glyph vignette next to the drawing of an aqueduct from the High Temple of the México-Tenochtitlán main plaza.

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