THE HISTORY OF COINS
AND BANKNOTES
IN MEXICO.

Banco de México.

 

    INDICE

    1. Mexican metallic coins

    1.1. Coins in the Viceroyalty

    1.1.1. The Charles and Juana coins

    1.1.2. Macuquina coins

    1.1.3. Rounded coins: columnarios (1732-1772) and peluconas (1732-1759)

    1.1.4. Rounded busted coins

    1.2. Coins during the Independence movement

    1.2.1. Other royalist issuances

    1.2.2. Coins issued by the insurgents

    1.2.3. Morelos coins

    1.2.4. The Zitácuaro junta

    1.2.5. Royalist restamps

    1.2.6. Insurgent restamp

    1.2.7. Restamps of unknown origin

    1.3. Coins from the first empire (1822-1823)

    1.4. The Republican coin

    1.5. Second empire coins

    1.6. The Republican coin (decimal system)

    1.7. “Estados Unidos Mexicanos” (“United Mexican States”) inscription

    1.7.1. Coins during the 1910 revolution

    1.7.2. Coins post revolution to date

    2. Mexican banknote

    2.1. Background to Mexican banknotes

    2.2. Banknotes of the First Empire

    2.3. Republican banknotes of 1823

    2.4. Private issuance banks

    2.5. Banknotes during the 1910 revolution

    2.6. Banco de Mexico banknotes

    2.6.1. Background to the Mexican central bank

    2.6.2. Banknotes printed by The American Bank Note Company of Nueva York (ABNC)

    2.6.3. Banknotes printed by Banco de Mexico’s factory

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Fuente:

The history of coins and banknotes
in Mexico
. Banco de México.
México, octubre de 2015. 35pp.