1961 $20 Pesos Mexico La Corregidora Crisp UNC Note $32.95

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1961 $20 Pesos Mexico La Corregidora Crisp UNC Note


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The 1961 20 Pesos note from Mexico featuring La Corregidora is a must-have for any collector of world currency. With its crisp UNC grade, this note is in pristine condition and free from any signs of circulation. Made of high-quality paper, it measures 155 × 67 mm, making it a compact and easily portable collectible.

The significance of this note lies in its historical and cultural value. La Corregidora, also known as Josefa Ortiz de Domínguez, was a key figure in the fight for Mexican independence from Spain. As the wife of the colonial mayor of Querétaro, she played a vital role in supporting early revolutionaries such as Miguel Hidalgo. This note pays tribute to her contribution and serves as a reminder of the struggles and triumphs in Mexican history.

Furthermore, the note features the iconic Convent of Saint Augustine, a grand architectural marvel designed by Ignacio Mariano de las Casas. At the time this note was printed, the building served as the Palace of the Federal Government in Querétaro. Today, it has been transformed into an art museum, adding an extra layer of cultural significance to this collectible piece. This 1961 20 Pesos note, enclosed in a protective plastic sleeve, is a true gem for any collector or history enthusiast.

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