Another Bradbury Wilkinson issue

$5 note

Sudamerica BW 5 F 30001

Sudamerica BW 5 F 30001 reverse

Date of issue Date on note Series from to total
number
total
value
Gerente Cajero Interventor comment
  1 September 1887          Waters Jones Landázuri  includes number 12829CNBanxico #10261 
  20001 30000 10,000 50,000        
  30001 35000 5.000 25,000        

$10 note

Sudamerica BW 10 05656

Sudamerica BW 10 05656 reverse

Date of issue Date on note Series from to total
number
total
vale
Gerente Cajero Interventor comment
  1 September 1887  E         Waters Jones Landázuri includes numbers 05656 to 08044CNBanxico #10262

$20 note

Sudamerica BW 20 D 02716

Sudamerica BW 20 D 02716 reverse

Date of issue Date on note Series from to total
number
total
value
Gerente Cajero Interventor comment
  1 September 1887   D         Waters Jones Landázuri  includes number 07216
          includes number 17468CNBanxico #10263 overprinted PUEBLA

Sudamerica BW 20 D 17468

$50 note

Sudamerica BW 50 C 23001

Date of issue Date on note Series from to total
number
total
value
Gerente Cajero Interventor comment
     C         Waters Jones  

includes number 23001

$100 note

Sudamerica BW 100 B 00001

Sudamerica BW 100 B 00001 reverse

Date of issue Date on note Series from to total
number
total
value
Gerente Cajero Interventor comment
     B   00001       Waters  Jones
 
    includes number 2001
       15000     SPECIMEN
 includes number 15000

$500 note

Sudamerica BW 500 A 03001

Sudamerica BW 500 A 03001 reverse

Date of issue Date on note Series from to total
number
total
value
Gerente Cajero Interventor comment
     A   03001     Waters
 
Jones
 
   includes number 03601
     05000     SPECIMEN
includes number 05000

Signatories

Gerente

Henry Campbell Waters sig Waters

Cajero

Herbert Champion Jones was born in Croydon, England in 1864 to William Anastasius Jones, an early director of the Banco de Londres, México y Sud América, and Catherine Susanna Valentine Bates. 

He passed away on 11 January 1910 in Mexico City.

sig Jones

Interventor

Pedro Landázuri was appointed Interventor on 13 October 1886informe of interventor Landázuri, 27 July 1897 in Memoria de las Instituciones de Crédito, correspondientes a los años 1897-1898-1899, tomo I.

Landázuri was born in Guadajalara, Jalisco on 28 January 1832. A member of the Liberal party, he fought against the French as a colonel and was President Lerdo de Tejada’s private secretary. He joined the Consular Service in 1874 and served in Germany from 1874 to 1878.

He was a state deputy in Jalisco 1867–1868, federal deputy from Jalisco 1869-1871, federal deputy from San Luis Potosí 1878-1880 and from Jalisco 1886-1905.

He died on 29 November 1905.

 sig Landazuri