Ninth emission

Eleventh emission

Tenth emission

(printed by el Banco de México)

That emission, sent to the circulation May 6, 2013, if it even contains only the denomination of 50 pesos, can be considered as an emission different from the previous one and for that reason begins again by series A.

The process of replacement of the 50 pesos banknote will be progressive waiting their withdraw from circulation because of their deterioration degree.

Denomination Material Length x Width Reliefs
$50 polymer 127 x 66 mm

Throughout 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 the family F1.

50 pesos



The Bank of Mexico began the circulation of notes of a new banknote of 100 pesos printed in polymer, in horizontal format, commemorating the Centenary of the Promulgation of the Mexican Constitution, 1917-2017.

Denomination Material Length x Width Reliefs
$100 paper 127 x 66 mm

This banknote, like the first two commemorative ones, has legal tender, but people who are interested can keep it in memory of this event. Note that this commemorative note will not replace the one currently in circulation, but coexist with it, and the Central Bank will withdraw once it has completed its useful life.

Like for the comemoratives of the ninth emission the Bank of Mexico clasificy this banknote in the family F.

100 pesos