La Compañía Minera y Beneficiadora Maravillas y San Francisco
On Saturday, 24 January, some of the principal merchants of Pachuca called upon the mining companies and asked them to issue script to make up for the lack of change. The entire situation was discussed at length and after consultation with the governor, in a later meeting, eight companies decided to issue the same form of vale together. La Blanca subscribed for $2,000, an amount based on its requirement for four weeksAHMM, Fondo Norteamericano, vol. 41, exp. 15, Dirección General, Correspondencia, Mar 1913 – Nov 1914.
However, judging from the date printed on its notes, the company had already decided on its own design.
|Date of issue||Date on note||Series||from||to||Value|
|5c||1 February 1914|
A series of five values (5c, 10c, 20c, 50c and $1) dated 1 February 1914, signed by [ ] as Cajero and Arthur [ ] as Gerente. On reverse states ‘La Compañía pagará este vale juntamente con otros, que sumen en total cinco pesos ó cantidad multiple de cinco pesos’.
Because it had its own design the company was not effected in July when the vales of the other companies were counterfeited and had to be withdrawn.
A series of three values ($1, $2 and $5)
Two cheques al portador for $5 and $10 drawn on the Banco Internacional e Hipotecario de México.
In his August 1915 report on local issues to the Secretaría de Gobernación in Veracruz, Artuto Lazo de la Vega records that the “Blanca y Anexas”, “Maravillas y San Francisco”, “Real del Monte y Pachuca” and “San Diego”, had issued cheques for $1, $5, $10, $20 and $50 but does not know the amounts issuedAGN, Fondo Gobernación Periodo Revolucionario, caja 93, exp. 36, folletos 8 Secretario general L. de la Vega to [ ], Pachuca, 20 August 1915. In response, on 9 September the Secretaría de Gobernación replied that all these issues should be withdrawnAGN, Fondo Gobernación Periodo Revolucionario, caja 93, exp. 36, folletos 8.