Consignments of definitive Estado de Sonora notes
The low-value definitive notes were shipped from the American Bank Note Company in New York, via Wells Fargo, to J. M. Maytorena, care of Joffroy & Levin, Nogales, Arizona in fourteen strongboxes and arrived between 8 March and 28 April.
|20 February||8 March||1||20,000||25c||A||00001||20000|
|5 March||15 March||2||20,000||25c||A||20001||40000|
|16 March||22 March||3||40,000||25c||C||42501||82500|
|20 March||31 March||5||40,000||25c||E||7501||47500|
|29 March||7 April||7||20,000||$1||B||40001||60000|
|3 April||12 April||8||40,000||25c||G||82501||122500|
|13 April||28 April||12||40,000||25c||I||22501||62500|
Box 1, containing 20,000 25c and 20,000 50c notes, ten seals and a list of the contraseñas were sent to the Tesorero General in Hermosillo on 10 March AGHES, Oficialidad Mayor, tomo 3024 , as recorded in AGN, colección Manuel González Ramírez 98/144.
The high-value definitive notes were shipped from the American Bank Note Company in New York, via Wells Fargo, to J. M. Maytorena, care of Joffroy & Levin, Nogales, Arizona on 13 October 1915ABNC papers. However, on 2 November Wells Fargo reported that Joffroy y Levin would not accept the shipment as Maytorena had left without giving them any instructionsABNC. So on 8 November ABNC wrote to Randall to ask him to contact Well Fargo and advise them what disposition he wished made of the caseABNC. Joffroy y Levin finally took possession of the strongbox on 31 January 1916ABNC, memorandum 13 February 1929 but the notes were not distributed and eventually passed on to the movie money/curio market.