The state government of Michoacán only made a couple of issues and so it seems it was left to the municipalities to address the shortage of small change that resulted from hoarding and a breakdown in communications.
Documentation about these various local issues is rare, but we can occasionally draw inferences from the notes themselves, or similarities, as to
Cotija de la Paz
5c dated 15 September 1915
2c, 5c, 10c, 20c and 50c dated 20 April 1915
|10c||includes numbers 2480CNBanxico #5227 to 4581CNBanxico #5228|
|20c||includes numbers 0663CNBanxico #11536 to 3821|
10c and 20c, dated 1 June 1915
5c and 10c, dated 25 July 1915 with names of General Antonio de P. Magaña and Presidente Municipal José Barrera Navarrete.
Antonio de P. Magaña was born in Michoacán. A newspaperman who supported Madero, he fought with the Constitutionalists and defended Veracruz during the American intervention in 1914. He was jefe de la armas in Puruándiro in 1915 and a failed candidate for governor of the state in 1917.
A Serie B
|2c||includes numbers 0166CNBanxico #11515 to 7329CNBanxico #11517|
|5c||B||includes numbers 0368CNBanxico #11518 to 3798|
|10c||B||includes numbers 0253 to 0451CNBanxico #115149|
|5c||A||includes number 6719|
|10c||A||includes number 176|
|20c||A||includes number 636|
9 March 1915, with names of Presidente Municipal León Rodriguez G. and Tesorero E. P
|10c||includes numbers 1033CNBanxico #5323 to 1833CNBanxico #5323|
|50c||includes numbers 65CNBanxico #5318 to 3717CNBanxico #5292|
In March 1914 because of the lack of small change local businesses resorted to a series of typewritten notes, on paper of different colours, for 5c, 25c, 50c and $1, with the stamp of three of the principal casas comerciales. These were reissued every fortnightEl Diario, 6 March 1914.