$1 and $5 notes of the Banco de Hidalgo

$1 notes

When Huerta's modified the Ley General de Instituciones de Crédito in January 1914 and allowed banks to issue low value notes the bank arranged for the ABNC to produce a $1 note.Hidalgo 1 A 093397

Hidalgo 1 A 093397 reverse

Date of issue Date on note Series from to Interventor Gerente Consejero  

 5 May 1914 A   100000 Maass del Raso T. Honey includes numbers 070473 to 094367
    100001 500000      

unsigned, undated remainder:
includes numbers 108189 to 491174CNBanxico #11182 needle puched AMORTIZADO

 $5 notes

Hidalgo 5 C 99527

Date of issue Date on note Series from to Interventor Gerente Consejero  
  23 September 1902 A 00001 50000 Prida del Raso de Landero includes numbers 00329CNBanxico #50634 to 49931CNBanxico #50628
10 January 1914On 6 January C. W. Van Law, of the Compañia de Real del Monte y Pachuca, reported that on 10 January the bank would issue $125,000 in new $5.00 notes replacing another issue of $50.00 and $100.00 notes. Whilst this would not increase the circulation it would be a big help in that small notes were extremely scarce (AHMM, Fondo Norteamericano, vol. 41, exp. 15, Dirección General, Correspondencia, Mar 1913 – Nov 1914 weekly gossip letter 6 January 1914) 1 December 1913 B 50001 75000  Maass del Raso T. Honey  
  21 April 1914 C 75001   Maass del Raso T. Honey includes numbers 75333CNBanxico #50670 to 103897CNBanxico #50724
      125000       includes numbers from 109350 to 122933