We know of issues from two mining companies from Taxco.
Cia. Minera "La Peña y Cazadores", S. A.
This mine was situated at Tehuilotepec, just outside Taxco.
|2c||1||include numbers 7CNBanxico #4332 to 187CNBanxico #11174|
|5c||1||include numbers 33CNBanxico #11175 to 140CNBanxico #4336|
|10c||1||include numbers 7CNBanxico #4337 to 129|
|20c||1||include numbers 17CNBanxico #11176 to 44CNBanxico #4338|
|25c||1||include numbers 46CNBanxico #11177 to 85|
|50c||1||includes number 20|
These have the signature of the manager [ ][identification needed] on the face and his handstamp on the reverse.
Negociación Minera "Por la Revolución En el E. de Guerrero"
|5c||includes number 1915 and 5[1?]47|
|10c||includes number 2170|
|20c||includes [ ]26|
A series of three notes (5c, 10c and 20c[image needed]) with a datestamp of 9 October 1914. The name of the mining company suggested it had been "intervened" by the revolutionists.