Seller: johnandceil (3,636) 100%, Location: Tecumseh, MO, Ships to: Worldwide, Item: 150717555722 You are bidding on an engraved BANCO CENTRAL MEXICANO COUPON BOND dated Enero 2 de 1908. From the Mexican Federal District. Apparently this is a Mexican Federal Government Bond issued just prior to the revolution. A really unusual bond with lovely Aztec vignettes. The bond is uncancelled and has 34 coupons attached. A red 10 centavo revenue stamp is printed on the bottom front. So far as I know the bond has no value other than to collectors. The flattened out size is about 15 3/4" x 11 3/4". Condition: Bond has a vertical bend in the center and two lighter vertical bends. There is also a horizontal bend and many other handling marks. There is also edge wear. Be sure to check out my other COLLECTIBLES! Winning bidder will be notified within a couple of hours with payment address and totals. I will mail your BOND Monday if payment is made Saturday or Sunday. BOND will be carefully and securely packaged in a protective sleeve between two sheets of cardboard in an envelope with "DO NOT BEND" in red ink on both sides. I package very carefully as I want your item to arrive undamaged. Combine purchases and save on postage! All email questions will be promptly answered. Thank you for your bid! USA buyer pays $3.99 1st Class Postage and Packaging, $4.99 to Canada and $7.99 to most overseas countries. Item is returnable within 7 days if not pleased. Return postage is the responsibility of the buyer. Buyer may use Paypal to pay for this item Seller designed template using Auction Zealot Free/Inexpensive listing tools!