Eduardo J. Creel
Eduardo J. Creel was the son of the legendary hacendado, industrialist, banker and politician Enrique C. Creel. He set up his banking house, Eduardo J. Creel y Compañía, in Mexico City in 1912. The Xalapa branch of this firm produced a series of notes dated 1 June 1914.
|5c||AG.01.||includes number 23269CNBanxico #6401|
|AH.11.||includes numbers 26819 to 29535CNBanxico #12292|
|10c||AC.05.||includes numbers 21708 to 21968CNBanxico #6402|
|20c||X.00.||includes numbers 22070CNBanxico #6403 to 24420CNBanxico #12294|
|50c||A.8.||includes numbers 1985 to 4526CNBanxico #6404|
These have the printed signature of José Liñeros and the rubber-stamped signature of Eduardo Creel vertically across the vignette of a train.
|Eduardo J. Creel was the son of Enrique Clay Creel and Angela Terrazas.|
On 2 October 1914 the local government gave the company a week in which to call in all its notes, after which they would cease circulatingEl Dictamen, Año XVI, Núm. 1293, 3 October 1914.