$10 Banco Minero note (1913-1914)
|Date of issue||Date on note||Series||from||to||Gerente||Presidente||Interventor||code||Comment|
|6 January 1914||21 November 1912 / 1912||W4||100001||101000||J. A. Creel||L. Terrazas||Aguirre H.||279H||21 March 1911|
|6/10 January 1914||Y4||102001||103000||296C|
|6 January 1914||D5||107001||108000||593K|
|19 February 1914||31 January 1914||G5||110001||111000||J. A. Creel||L. Terrazas||Cuellar||478J||These notes were delayed in transit (see paragraph infra)
12 January 1914 letter requesting authorisation: notes needed for Gómez Palacio and TorreónCEHM, Fondo Creel, 85, 21986;
authorised by Secretaría de Hacienda 31 JanuaryCEHM, Fondo Creel, 92, 23577
|27 March 1914||A25||130001||132500||J. A. Creel||L. Terrazas||Cuellar||875||dispatched by ABNC on 26 February 1914CEHM, Fondo Creel, 92, 23566;
authorised by Secretaría de Hacienda on 27 March, entrusted to Tesorería de la Federación por cuenta del contrato de $3,000,000 in 6% BonosCEHM, Fondo Creel, 85, 22000
|12 August 1914||23 July 1914||A26||180001||182500||J. A. Creel||L. Terrazas||Martínez||903||dispatched by ABNC on 12 June 1914CEHM, Fondo Creel, 92, 23566; authorisation requested 6 July 1914CEHM, Fondo Creel, 86, 22030: authorised 7 July 1914CEHM, Fondo Creel, 86, 22031|
|1 August 1914||N26||210001||212500||J. A. Creel||L. Terrazas||Martínez||523||dispatched by ABNC on 12 June 191412 June 1914; authorised 7 July 1914CEHM, Fondo Creel, 92, 23566; authorised 1 AugustCEHM, Fondo Creel, 86, 22042|
dispatched by ABNC on 8 July 1914CEHM, Fondo Creel, 92, 23566
dispatched by ABNC on 21 July 1914ibid.;
23 July 1914
These came in strongbox 31, and the consigment note had the comment "Despositados en Bco. Central Mexicano o con Wells Fargo y Ca. - Veracruz - Hay duda"ibid.
incinerated in Veracruz in June 1919CEHM, Fondo Creel, 219, 56245
Twenty thousand $10 notes (G5-Z5, 110001-130000) were ordered on 18 December 1912 and shipped complete on 5 April 1913, by Wells Fargo Express, to the Banco Central Mexicano in Mexico City. On 9 May Wells Fargo advised the ABNC that they were holding the shipment on hand at Laredo and that there were standing against it accrued charges of $73. 05. The ABNC instructed them to hold it subject to our further orders and at the same time wrote to the Banco Minero in Chihuahua, asking what they should do. They had reply and wrote again on 6 August. On 11 August they sent a copy of our last letter to Charles T. Blackmore, their Agent in Mexico City, to see if he could send it through to the bank at Chihuahua. As of 15 September the shipment was still being held at LaredoABNC letter 15 September 1913. On 21 November the notes were returned from Laredo to New YorkABNC letter Wells Fargo to ABNC, 24 November 1913 and forwarded to the Banco Central Mexicano by the Ward Line steamer, S.S. Morro Castle, on 4 DecemberABNC letter Wells Fargo to ABNC, 29 November 1913.
On 4 June 1915 Ismael M. Ruiz wrote from Nogales that the Banco Occidental de México had $250 in unsigned $10 Banco Minero notes, which they wanted changed. One of these notes was 161062, so they must have been series N25. Ruiz had refusedCEHM, Fondo Creel, 121, 31229. Five of these unsigned N25 notes (160347CNBanxico #24419,160652CNBanxico #24420, 160697CNBanxico #24421,160698CNBanxico #24418 and161182CNBanxico #24417) appear in the Banco de México collection: others are known signed and dated so these must have slipped through unchecked.
Two tint plates (#1 and #2) made on 24 July 1888, one face plate (#6) made on order F4106, one back plate (#4) made on order F3526 and the centennial back plate made on order F2457 were all cancelled on 13 April 1932ABNC.