Private issues

Estado de Mexico privates

Temascalcingo

Hacienda de S. Miguel Solís y Anexas

The Colonial Hacienda de San Miguel Solís is located about 18 km from the municipal seat. It has a natural spring of volcanically-heated water which forms a pool of water with a high mineral content.

  date on note from to total
number
total
value
 
5c           remainders
includes numbers 2227 to 5442
10c 31 October 1915         includes numbers 9001 to 9337CNBanxico #9792
20c 3 October 1915         includes number 78CNBanxico #114872
          remainders
includes numbers 2978 to 4471
50c 4 October 1915         remainders
includes numbers 292 to 1967
$1           remainders
includes numbers 1270 to 1329

 

A hoard of these notes turned up a few years ago. They are signed by Domingo [         ][identification needed] as Administrador and José Gutíerrez as Cajero and were for internal use only (BUENO SOLAMENTE COMO CONTRASEÑA PARA USO INTERIOR DE LA HACIENDA).

Domingo [   ] sig Solis Admor
José Gutíerrez sig Gutierrez

Santiago Quintana

  date on note from to total
number
total
value
 
1c 18 April 1915         includes number 1029
2c 5 February 1915         includes numbers 1452 to 1806

Jorge A. Chaparro
     

  from to total
number
total
value
 
1c         includes numbers 847CNBanxico # 11490 images are misplaced to 1662
2c         includes numbers 1126CNBanxico #4672{.footnote} to 1494

Tlalnepantla

Tlalnepantla is on the outskirts of Mexico City.

Calleja Hermanos

  from to total
number
total
value
 
5c         includes number 2543
10c         includes number 2268
20c         includes number 1213

 

These notes are dated 20 May 1914 and have the signature of Pablo de [             ][identification needed].

Tienda de San Javier

These are catalogued as "of unknown origin" but the Hacienda de San Javier was in the municipio of Tlalnepantla. Dated 2[ ] June 1915.

Toluca

Cantina Alemana

5c and 20c

Sultepec

Francisco Pérez Carbajal

In August 1915 Eduardo Martínez wrote to the governor that in Sultepec, from Villa Allende to Almoloya (de Alquisiras), the casa of Francisco Pérez Carbajal held a monopoly in cereals, which it sold at double the price. It had hoarded all the small notes and cartones that were in circulation, leaving only the large notes. When someone offered a $5 note, they took it and did not give any change, but a vale so that the person had to shop for everything else there, at an extremely high price. These caciques were extorting the people, with the help of the presidente municipal, who was a shareholder in the casa comercial, and the Comandantes de la Plaza, who tolerated it as they are friendsAHEM, Serie Seguridad Pública, vol. 150, exp. 29 letter Eduardo Martínez, Sultepec, to Governor, 26 August 1915.

Zacualpan

Bernardino Casteñada Escobar

10c and 20c