El Banco de Querétaro

The bank was founded on 24 February 1903 with a capitalisation of $800,000. It opened on 30 July 1903Informe of  Interventor Eleuterio Tejeda, 20 January 1904 in Memoria de las Instituciones del Crédito, 1903.

The bank opened a branch in Irapuato in the neighbouring state of Guanajuato on 3 December 1903 with $200,000 in notes prepared for its useinforme of Interventor Tejeda, 20 January 1904 Memoria de la Instituciones de Crédito, correspondiente al año 1903.

American Bank Note Company print runs

The American Bank Note Company produced the following notes. They engraved special vignettes of Guadalupe Obregón (C265), Maria Josepa Ortiz de Dominguez (C 264), Juan Antonio de Urrutia y Aranza (C 266), and state's coat of arms (C  881). The vignette of the aqueduct was engraved directly on to the plate.

Queretaro 5 A 38732

Queretaro 5 A 38732 reverse

Queretaro 10 A 49228

Queretaro 20 A 9153

Queretaro 50 A 3055

Queretaro 100 A 2784

Queretaro 1000 specimen

Date Value Number Series from to Comment
March 1903 $5 30,000 A 00001 30000  
$10 20,000  A 00001 20000  
$20 7,500 A 00001 7500  
$50 2,000 A 00001 2000  
$100 2,000 A 0001 2000  
$500 200 A 1 200  
$1000 100 A 1 100  

 

Date Value Number Series from to Comment
April 1904 $5 60,000 A 30001 90000  
$10 40,000 A 20001 60000  
$20 2,500 A 7501 10000  
$50 3,000 A 2001 5000  
$100 1,000 A 2001 3000  

 Queretaro 500 B 304

Date Value Number Series from to Comment
September 1909 $100 1,000 B 3001 4000  
$500 200 B 201 400  
$1000 100 B 101 200  

 

In April 1914 the bank ordered a new print of 35,000 $5, 10,000 $10, 3,720 $20, 1,000 $50, 1,000 $100 notes, continuing the previous numeration, but stopped the order on 28 April 1914. On 2 April 1916 the ABNC invoiced the bank $105.96 for the work done before the cancellation.