Private issues (San Marcos - Zapotlán)
Juan Kaiser first produced a series of notes, modelo 5277, ordered on 3 August 1915 for a cost of $50.00.
|5c||2,000||$100.00||oblong red cartón|
|10c||2,000||200.00||oblong white cartón|
|20c||1,000||200.00||oblong green cartón|
He produced a further issue on 9 December 1915.
|5c||4,000||$200.00||oblong red cartón|
|10c||4,000||400.00||oblong white cartón|
Santa Clara de la Sauceda
Tranvias de Sayula, S. A.
Catalogues list a 6c note[image needed] fron this streetcar company. However, it is questionable whether such tickets were used as change and it is also likely that the '6' refers to the number in a strip of tickets rather that the value.
El Puerto Arturo
These were modelo 5095, produced on 27 October 1914, at a cost of $9.75 per thousand pieces.
|50c||1,000||$ 500.00||round cartón|
We know of 4c and 10c notes[images needed].
Jesús Flores Villaseñor
These were used throughout 1915 as some notes are dated 15 January 1915 but the 4c is known dated 15 November 1915CNBancico #11410.
José Enrique Agraz
A 20c note.
Fabrica de San José de Refugio
This tequila distillery was owned by Aurelio López. These cartones were produced by Iguíniz.
Fonda J. W
This was owned by José Wolf. These notes were modelo 4647, ordered in 1915.
Chavéz Cisneros records that in 1917 (the Year of Famine) there was also a shortage of small change that was supplemented by fichas issued by businesses in the towns of Mazamitla, Tizapán, and QuitupanEsteban Chavéz Cisneros, Quitupán, Ensayo histórico y estadístico, Morelia, 1954, p. 152.
Catalogues record a 1c note[images needed] on cream pasteboard.
Catalogues record a 5c note[images needed] on tan pasteboard.
Red 5c and yellow 20c notes, printed by J. M. Iguíniz.
|date on note||from||to||total
|$1||10 April 1915||includes number 0398|