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$500 and $1,000 notes of the Banco Yucateco

$500 notes

The main vignette  (C 244) was entitled 'Coming Light' and depicted Electricity standing on a wheel with wings and holding two ends of electric wire with sparks from each end.

Yucateco 500 287

Yucateco 500 287 reverse

Date of issue Date on note Series from to Interventor Cajero Director  
before end 1896     1 200        
October 1897 - January 1898 7 October 1897   201 400 Sánchez Pérez Castellanos includes  number 287
November 1899   NC 401 500        
December 1899   501 600        
September 1901   RI 1 50        
February 1902   51 150        
March 1902   151 400        
April 1902   401 500        
February 1903   CC 1 1500        
December 1904   501 1000        
    JIL 2101 4700        

 $1,000 notes

Date of issue Date on note Series from to Interventor Consejero Cajero  
July 1897 - January 1898
  1 200        
September 1899  28 September 1899 BA  201 400  Sánchez Castellanos    
October 1901   ME  1 100        
March 1902   101 200        
February 1903 31 January [  ] NEP 1 250        
December 1904   251 500        
    PD 1100 1900        

 

The first issue totalled $1,100,000 ($11,500 of which had been amortised by 30 June 1898). The second issue totalled $550,000 in the second half of 1897, and $450,00 in January 1898. The third issue, comprised of $190,000 in April 1898, $330,000 in May 1898 and 180,000 in June 1898, totalled $700,000. The remaining $50,000 in $50 notes were put into citculation on 5 July 1989informe of Inteventor, M. Sánchez T, 26 July 1898 in Memoria de las Instituciones de Crédito, 1898. These obviously equate to the ABNC print runs (the first four totalled $1.000,000, $100,000, $1,000,000 and $1,750,000) and so give us certain termini.

Up to 31 December 1899 the bank had issued $6,077,000 in notes.

At 31 December 1909 2,445 $1 notes were still in the public's handsinforme of interventor, 1 January 1909 in Memorias de las Instituciones de Crédito, 1909.