The sale of collectibles through the social networks and digital platformsthanks to these virtual formats, this market has been boosted once again, as collectors have found a forum where they can get these copies at stratospheric prices or offer misunderstood values for them.
On this occasion we will talk about the bill of 20 Mexican pesos of Josefa Ortiz de Dominguezalso known as La Corregidora, being one of the oldest pieces with the largest circulation in the history of Mexico, which belongs to the aa familyand which was printed in the United States by the American Bank Note Company, for the Bank of Mexico S.A.
This was printed between 1937 and 1970, Therefore, with 33 years of issues, it is one of the easiest to find among the country’s old banknotes. Being so common, specimens are cheap on internet sales, trading between 20 and 50 pesos according to the state of conservation.
on the digital platform Free marketyou can see the copy of 1970, with a price of 2 thousand 650 pesos, although since there are many copies that are for sale, these pieces also have low values such as from the 50 pesos.
The banknote shows on its obverse the bust of Josefa Ortiz de Dominguezknown as The corrector for her husband Miguel Dominguez, Corregidor of Queretaro, with whom he led the first conspiracies that gave rise to the War of Independence in 1810.
This specimen had a coloration gradient from red to green in pastel tones, with fine details in its printing, which represented the main measure against counterfeiting of banknotes of this time. Another of those elements of that bank note is the name of Banco de México SA. how the autonomous institution is identified.
Also, on the back you can see the illustration of the Federal Government Palace of Querétaro, with the legend of the Bank of Mexico S.A. and its denomination of 20 pesos. The ticket is made of cotton paper and measures 15.7 centimeters wide and 6.7 centimeters high.
It should be noted that the aa family They are the last ones made by the American Bank Note Company. These were put into circulation by the Bank of Mexico from the late 1930s and early 1940s to the late 1960s and early 1970s.
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Its current value is equivalent to 2 cents, since it belongs to the old pesos, which were replaced in 1993 for the new pesos removing three zeros from the currency due to the hyperinflation that Mexico experienced in the 1970s and 1980s.
It is important to remember that if you are looking to sell or buy any of the copies, it is necessary that you go with expert people in the topic that they explain the characteristics and real value of the indicated piece in order to avoid scams.
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