As you may know, the Banco de Mexico is the central bank of Mexico. The Banco de Mexico is responsible not only for printing Mexico’s bank notes, but also for controlling the inflation of the Mexican Peso. While it isn’t as old as some central banks, the Banco de Mexico offers high quality bank notes. Top quality specimens of these notes are a great fit for many types of collections
Like in other countries, bank notes are issued in a variety of denominations in Mexico. Today you can find Mexican bank notes with face values of 500, 200, 100, 50, and 20 pesos. While many differences exist between Mexican bank notes and U.S. bank notes, a number of similarities are immediately obvious. For example, these notes display the face value prominently and feature designs with fine lines and typically depict a figure from the nation’s history.
Strict quality control standards are in place to prevent counterfeiting. The Banco de Mexico prints high quality bank notes and typically top notch specimens can be acquired.