The following tables show the value of notes withdrawn. In early years of issue there were few and these were generally pieces that were damaged or were defective as a result of the printing or cuttng process. In later years large quantities were withdrawn and burned because they were badly worn.
In a report to Congress on 1 September 1917 Carranza said that in accordance with the reglamento of 8 March 1916 $369,085 in notes of the Banco de Aguascalientes had been incineratedPeriódico Oficial, Tamaulipas, Tomo XLII, Núm. 75, 19 September 1917.