Among phrases such as “it is not worth it” or “they are a hoax”, dozens of bills and coins have been offered throughout 2021 at exorbitant and even exaggerated prices, as observed on an internet platform. Even specialists and owners of numismatic stores recognized that these are very high prices.
Given this, in this digital space we will present three of the latest banknotes which are quoted by an internet page at stratospheric costs and which are the two copies that have been awarded for their design this year and the previous one.
And it is that despite the fact that the pieces can be marketed at desired price, it is recommended to visit a store or consult someone expert. The specimens that we will talk about belong to the G family and are priced together at more than 200 thousand pesos.
From highest to lowest, in first position is the new 20 peso bill, which was awarded this year by the High Security Printing (HSP), based in Estonia, due to its design.
In this sense, the commemorative bill of the Bicentennial of the Independence of Mexico was awarded under the category of “Best Commemorative 2021″.
According to the Bank of Mexico (Banxico), the copy was put into circulation on September 24, 2021. The material with which it was created is made of polymer, has a nominal value of 20 pesos and belongs to the G. Sus family. The predominant colors are green and red, in addition to being the first Mexican banknote with a mixed format, that is, its front is horizontal and its back is vertical.
The obverse shows the triumphal entry of the Army of the Three Guarantees to Mexico City. While on its reverse the mangrove ecosystem with its representative fauna and flora is observed, in a site recognized in the “World Heritage” list of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (Unesco), as sample of the natural wealth that is distributed throughout the national territory.
This ticket is offered for up to 82 thousand pesos by the Mercado Libre commercial site, according to a person who shared the image.
At site number two on this list there is a copy of 100 pesos with the effigy of the renowned poet, Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz, on one of its sides.
He was also awarded as the better “Ticket of the year”. What makes it a unique piece that various collectors will want to have in their hands.
In addition, it entered into circulation as of November 12, 2020. According to the Bank of Mexico (Banxico) it belongs to the G family and was created based on polymer.
On its obverse, the historical process of the Colony was represented with Sor Juana Inés de la Cruz, the most important poet and writer of New Spain literature, accompanied by a vignette in which a fragment of the main courtyard of the Old School of San Ildefonso is represented. , located in the Historic Center of Mexico City.
On the reverse side, the temperate forest ecosystem with pine, oak and oyamel trees can be seen, in the Monarch Butterfly Biosphere Reserve, located in the states of Mexico and Michoacán de Ocampo, and recognized by UNESCO as a natural heritage of the humanity.
This specimen sports the same commercial platform at a cost of up to 70 thousand pesos.
Finally, in the last place is one of the most current pieces so far, since it was put into circulation on October 28 of this year.
It is also from the family G, The material with which it was created is polymer and has a designation of 50 pesos.
On its obverse there is a vignette of a fragment from the back of the monolith called “Teocalli de la guerra sagrada”, which shows an eagle perched on a cactus with the “Atl tlachinolli” * in its beak; It is currently exhibited in the National Museum of Anthropology and was sculpted by the Mexica civilization, under the orders of Moctezuma II.
A representation of the city of Tenochtitlan was also captured, based on a part of Diego Rivera’s mural, located in the National Palace in Mexico City, whose name is identified with the card “The great Tenochtitlan seen from the Tlatelolco market” .
Its reverse represents the ecosystem of rivers and lakes with the axolotl and corn in Xochimilco, in Mexico City, a cultural heritage of humanity.
This piece, predominantly purple in color, is priced up to 70 thousand pesos. In this way, the three copies are priced together up to 220 thousand pesos online.