American Bank Note Company print runs

The American Bank Note Company produced the following notes. They engraved special vignettes of Miguel Ramos Arispe, the driving force behind Federalism in Mexico (C 219) and Victoriano Cepeda Camacho, several times governor of Coahuila (C 219).

Coahuila 5 E189 188399

Coahuila 5 E189 188399 reverse

Coahuila 10 S95 94669

Coahuila 10 S95 94669 reverse

Coahuila 20 C30 29555

Coahuila 50 R13 12726

Coahuila 50 R13 12726 reverse

Coahuila 100 I6 5389

Coahuila 500 T1 183

Coahuila 500 T1 183 reverse

Coahuila 1000 specimen

Coahuila 1000 specimen reverse

Date Value Number Series from to
August 1897 $5 20,000
  1 20000
$10 10,000
  1 10000
$20 5,000
  1 5000
$50 3,000
  1 3000
$100 1,500
  1 1500
$500 200
  1 200
$1000 50
  1 50

 

Date Value Number Series from to
January 1898 $5 20,000
  20001 40000
$10 10,000
  10001 20000
$20 5,000
  5001 10000
$50 3,000
  3001 6000
$100 1,500
  1501 3000
$500 200   201 400
$1000 50   51 100

 

Date Value Number Series from to
May 1899 $5 20,000
  40001 60000
$10 10,000
  20001 30000
$20 5,000
  10001 15000
$50 2,000
  6001 8000
$100 1,000
  3001 4000

 

Date Value Number Series from to
May 1900 $5 40,000
  60001 100000
$10 20,000
  30001 50000
$20 5,000
  15001 20000

 

Date Value Number Series from to
February 1909 $5 50,000
  100001 150000
$10 15,000
  50001 65000
$20 5,000
  20001 25000
$50 1,000
  8001 9000
$100 500
  4001 4500

 

 After 1909 the plates were changed with title "Presidente del Consejero" changed to "Consejero"

Date Value Number Series from to
March 1910 $20 2,500
  25001 27500
$50 2,000
  9001 11000
$100 1,000
  4501 5500

 

Date Value Number Series from to
October 1911 $5 7,000
  150001 157000
$10 2,000
  65001 67000
$20 1,000
  27501 28500
$50 1,000
  11001 12000
$100 1,000
  5501 6501

 

Date Value Number Series from to
October 1912 $5 60,000
  157001 217000
$10 30,000
  67001 97000
$20 5,000
  28501 33500
$50 3,000
  12001 15000
$100 1,500
  6501 8000

 

Date Value Number Series from to
April 1914 $5 100,000
  217001 317000
$10 150,000
  97001 247000

 

$5 notes 238001 to 317000 and $10 97001 to 247000 were never delivered to the bank and were destroyed in March 1933.