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Private issues

Guerrero privateTaxco

On 3 December 1915 the President Municipal of Taxco, Fausto Venegas, wrote to Emiliano Zapata of the great difficulties suffered in his town. The local Oficina de Cambio had only $50 and $100 Revalidados, and so retail business had been paralysed. He asked Zapata to order the office to issue change in $1, $5 and $10 notesAGN, Fondo Emiliano Zapata, caja 16 exp 5. So it is not surprising that local merchants resorted to their own issues.

Convención Comercial

The "Convención Comercial" of Rafael T. Dominguez issued these notes, some dated to September and November 1915.

Taxco 2c

Taxco 2c reverse

Taxco 3c

Taxco 3c reverse

Taxco 5c

Taxco 10c

Taxco 10c reverse

Taxco 20c

Taxco 20c reverse

Taxco 50c 2

Taxco 50c 2 reverse

Taxco 50c 3

Taxco 50c 3 reverse

Taxco 1

Taxco 1 reverse

Incredibly, the 50c was counterfeited.

Convencion comercial 50c counterfeit

Convencion comercial 50c counterfeit reverse

Buenavista de Cuellar

Casa de Cambio

A series of notes issued by the Casa de Cambio in Buenavista de Cuellar. Buenavista is a town in the northeast of the state.

  series from to total



5c A           includes numbers 9527CNBanxico #4200 to 9691
10c B           includes numbers 0690 to 5002
20c C           includes number 4645
50c D           includes number 1465
$1           provisional includes number 1009


José María Acevedo

Olinala 50c

A 50c pasteboard note.

Unknown origin

David Salgado y Hnos

Salgado 5c   Salgado 5c reverse
Salzado 10c  

Salgado 10c reverse

 Of unknown origin. These have the purple stamped script name on the reverse.