The Dos Estrellas co-operative
The Cooperativa Minera “Las Dos Estrellas” was set up to take over the assets of the failed Dos Estrellas mining company.
During the silver crisis of 1943, because of the shortage of small change, the cooperative issued vales that could be cashed in the offices of the company or were accepted by stores in the town (Casa Navarro and Benito García in Tlapujahua, Argimiro Martinez, José C. Fat and Julio Ojeda in El Oro, and the branch of the Banco del Estado de México in El Oro).
One set of notes were time limited to 25 August (50c) or 31 August 1943.
|5c||includes numbers 2 to 3CNBanxico #11615|
|10c||includes numbers 4CNBanxico #11614 to 135|
|50c||includes number 278CNBanxico #11617|
The time-limit was then removed.
|5c||includes number 5|
|10c||includes numbers 4CNBanxico #11616 to 5905|
|50c||includes numbers 5552CNBanxico #5249 to 7317CNBanxico #11618|
The signatures are of R. Ortega M. as Tesorero (on both series) and of [ ][identification needed] and [ ][identification needed] as Cajero.
|R. Ortega M.|