A proposed $1 issue

After Huerta relaxed the restrictions of the Ley General de Instituciones de Crédito on 19 November 1913, the Banco de Aguascalientes agreed a contract[text needed] with the American Book and Printing Company  to produce $1 notes. However, on 28 April 1914 the bank agreed that, as the printers had closed their workshops, the contract was void and, because of the circumstances in which the bank found itself, decided not to pursue the ideaAGN, SC224 Antiguos Bancos de Emisión, caja 102, libro 283 Minutes of board meeting, 28 April 1914. No proofs or examples are known.