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$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 91667

Hidalgo 5 C 91667 reverse

Date of issue Date on note Series from to Interventor Gerente Consejero  
by 24 November 1903AHPJH, Registro Público de la Propiedad,Apéndice de Registro Público del Comercio, segundo semestre de 1903. Letter to juez de lo civil como encargado del Registro de Comercio. Pachuca, 24 November de 1903  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