Bradbury Wilkinson issue

Jalisco 5 A 0476

Jalisco 10 A 20893

Jalisco 10 A 20893 reverse

Jalisco 20 specimen

Jalisco 50 00001

Jalisco 50 00001 reverse

Jalisco 100 A 01726

Jalisco 500 01000

Jalisco 1000 00040

The vignettes on the $5 notes are of Eleuteria (or Liberty) on the left and Mercury on the right.

The signatories are Diego Moreno as Presidente, Narcisco Miranda as Gerente, C. Llaguno y del Hoyo and Salvador Velasco as Cajero and Manuel Gómez y Velasco as Interventor.

Presidente

Diego Moreno sig Moreno

 

Gerente

Narcisco Miranda  sig Miranda

 Cajero

Carlos Llaguno y del Hoyo  sig Hoya
Salvador Velazco  sig Velasco 

 Interventor

Manuel Gómez y Velasco was an employee of the Tesorería General de la FederaciónLa Patria, 1 December 1898. sig Interventor a

Issues

$5 notes

Jalisco 5 28452

Jalisco 5 28452 reverse

Date of  issue Date on note Series from to Presidente Interventor Gerente Cajero  
  28 November 1898 A  00001   Moreno Gómez y Velasco Miranda Llaguno includes number 04756
5 September 1900     Velasco overprinted TEPIC
    includes numbers 33062 and 36077 overprinted TEPIC COLIMA

$10 notes

Jalisco 10 26268

Jalisco 10 26268 reverse

Date of issue Date on note Series from to Presidente Interventor Gerente Cajero  
  28 November 1898 A 00001   Moreno Gómez y Velasco

Miranda Llaguno includes number 13151
5 September 1900     Velasco includes numbers 20893  and 26268 overprinted TEPIC (as illustrated)
    includes numbers 30396 and 30406 overprinted TEPIC COLIMA

$20 notes

 Date of issue Date on note Series from to Presidente Interventor Gerente Cajero  
  28 November 1898 A  00001   Moreno Gómez Miranda Llaguno includes number 04064CNBanxico #53562
20 May 1900    15000       Llaguno includes number 10497
number range taken from specimen

$50 notes

 Date of issue Date on note Series from to Presidente Interventor Gerente Cajero  
  28 November 1898 A  00001   Moreno Gómez y Velasco Miranda Llaguno includes number 06369
10 May 1900   08000 Velasco number range taken from specimen

$100 notes

Date of issue Date on note Series from to Presidente Interventor Gerente Cajero comment
  28 November 1898 A  00001   Moreno

Gómez y Velasco Miranda Llaguno includes number 00679CNBanxico #53797 
1 March 1900     Llaguno includes number 01726
20 May 1900     Velasco includes number 02224CNBanxico #53787  

$500 notes

Date of issue Date on note Series from to Presidente Interventor Gerente Cajero comment
    A  00001  01000         number range taken from specimen 

$1,000 notes

Date of issue Date on note Series from to Presidente Interventor Gerente Cajero comment
    A  00001  00440         number range taken from specimen 

 

The Interventor, Manuel Gómez y Velasco, signed $750,000 in notes in January and February 1900, $800,000 in March, and $1,000,000 in April to Juneinforme of interventor Gómez y Velasco, 28 July 1900, in Memorias de las Instituciones de Crédito correspondientes á los años 1900-1902, vol. I .

By 31 December 1900 $1,600,000 had been put into circulationinforme of interventor Gómez y Velasco, 31 January 1901, in Memorias de las Instituciones de Crédito correspondientes á los años 1900-1902, vol. I and a further $250,000 was issued in 1901informe of interventor Gómez y Velasco, 30 January 1902, in Memorias de las Instituciones de Crédito correspondientes á los años 1900-1902, vol. I .

In the beginning the notes had trouble being accepted. The two national banks, the Banco Nacional de México and the Banco de Londres y México, refused to accept them as did the railway. It was reported that someone who wanted to buy a ticket had to stay in Guadalajara as he only had Banco de Jalisco notesLa Voz de México, 28 December 1898: La Patria, 28 December 1898. In his first report the manager, Narciso Miranda, denied problemsLa Voz de México, 20 January 1899 but he might have been putting on a gloss.