(printed by el Banco de México)
The process ended with the elimination of the adjective "nuevos" (new) from the name of the unit in the series of banknotes issued since 1996. These banknotes have the same design as the former ones, but the legend "Pagara a la Vista al Portador" (will pay on sight to the bearer) has been deleted together with the article "EL" before of the name of the Bank of Mexico, signatures have been reduced from 3 to 2 and the adjective "nuevos" (new) has been eliminated from the name of the unit.
Throughout all the emission, the letters "I" and "O" are not used in the series and subseries in order to avoid the confusion with the digits 1 and 0.
The Bank of Mexico classify this emission in two families:
The current ten pesos note has been substituted by a ten pesos coin and has not been printed anymore together with the others denominations.
The banknotes of this seventh emission are in the process of being withdrawn. They still retain their liberating power, that is, they are worth what the bill indicates, but by resolution of the Bank of Mexico they are withdrawn from the monetary circulation through the banks. This means that they can continue to be used for commercial and exchange transactions, but when they reach the banks, they must separate them so that they are not released to the public again.