Issues during the revolution

When in November 1913 President Huerta amended the Ley General and authorized banks to issue banknotes of denominations less than five pesos the Banco de Coahuila began issuing $1 and $2 notes, printed in Mexico City by the American Book & Printing Company. It also issued a $10 note printed by Bouligny & Schmidt. These notes have Inocencio Francisco Sánchez Mestas as Interventor, Tomás Olivares as Gerente and Pragedis de la Peña as Consejero.

American Book & Printing Company

$1 note

Date of issue Date on note Series from to Interventor Gerente Consejero  
  2 April 1914 U     Sánchez Mestas Olivares de la Peña includes numbers 21030CNBanxico #29769 to 31236CNBanxico #17
  15 July 1914
    includes numbers 100558CNBanxico #29768 to 117002CNBanxico #16

 $2  note

Coahuila 2 N 38754

Coahuila 2 N 38754 reverse

Date of issue Date on note Series from to Interventor Gerente Consejero  
  2 April 1914
N 00001 50000 Sánchez Mestas Olivares de la Peña includes numbers 02111CNBanxico #29797 to 46546CNBanxico #29772 
  14 July 1914 50001 100000 includes numbers 52261CNBanxico #29795 to 96139CNBanxico #10113  

Bouligny & Schmidt

$10 note

Date of issue Date on note Series from to Interventor Gerente Consejero comment
   1 May 1914 S     Sánchez Mestas Olivares de la Peña includes from S 250 (249001) to S 343 (343000)

 

This note was counterfeited.