We know of four issues, from two different ends of the state.
The stamp on the reverse of some notes reads REPUBLICA MEXICANA - BRIGADA AGUSTIN CORTES, the same stamp as applied to the Brigada's own issue, from Matamoros, in July 1915.
Izúcar de Matamoros
One set of notes, printed on green card, has a 'bamboo border', and the denomination in heavy type.
A similiar set, all printed on green card, also has a 'bamboo' border, and red numbering but the denomination in lighter type. The name of the Presidente Municipal is misspelt as Darguet which suggests that these are all counterfeit.
Another set has a flowery border, and red numbering.
Another issue seem to have ben all Series A, with a square border and black numbering.
A similar set, with red numbering and a simple eagle seal on the reverse, appears counterfeit.
Chiaulta de Tapia
On 23 February 1915 Juan Miniver, the Presidente Municipal of Chiaulta de Tapia wrote to Emiliano Zapata asking permission to issue a series of vales. Local businessmen Jesús M. Mentado, Herminio González, José E. Aguilar and Rafael Flores would issue up to $500 in notes of 5c, 10c, 20c, 25c, 50c and 75c., authorised and stamped by the Presidencia Municipal and redeemable in any of their businesses. The request was refusedAGN, Fondo Emiliano Zapata, caja 6, exp. 1, f 42.