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Mexico

by J. H. Colton 1854

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Cobs and the Maritime Silk Road

by Kyle Ponterio 2019

A Survey of Cobs found in Yemen

File size: 3.74 MB
Number of Pages: 19

The Mint at Real de Minas de los Catorce

by José Luis Herrera Cedillo 1977

In Boletín, Vol. XII, No. 96, July-September 1977

File size: 3.58 MB
Number of Pages: 20

Don Santos de la Maza and the Mint of de Catorce

by Pedro Cosi de la Maza 1966

From Boletín, Vol. VI, No. 53, October-December 1966

File size: 2.79 MB
Number of Pages: 5

Media of Exchange in 16th Century New Spain and the Spanish Response

by Martin L. Seeger 1978

From The Americas, Vol. 35, No. 2 (Oct., 1978), pp. 168-184

File size: 1.76 MB
Number of Pages: 17

The Charles and Joanna Coinage of Mexico City, 1536-1571

by Cori Sedwick Downing

A Research Study on the Early Series and Introduction to the Late Series
Reproduced with permission from sedwickcoins.com

File size: 0.6 MB
Number of Pages: 8

Coins of Charles & Johanna Struck in the First Mint of the Americas in Mexico City 1536-1572

by Clyde Hubbard 2005

Presentation to the Chicago Coin Club Meeting, April 23, 2005
In USMexNA journal, Vol. X, No. I, March 2005

File size: 4.63 MB
Number of Pages: 14

Cob Coinage of Philip III

by Dave Busse 1998

In USMexNA journal, Vol. II, No. IV, December 1998

File size: 1.81 MB
Number of Pages: 11

1754 Mexico MM, Crowns alike, Eight Reales

by Hal Birt 2000

Detailed listing of 26 known examples from auction catalogues and references, with nine illustrated in USMexNA journal, Vol. IV, No. IV, December 2000

File size: 1.36 MB
Number of Pages: 7

Tres Constructores de Obras Científico-Técnicas de Minería y Metalurgia en la Nueva España del Siglo XVII: Luis Berrio de Montalvo, Jerónimo de Becerra y Juan del Corro

by María Luisa Rodríguez-Sala 2000

In Spanish. This essay is referenced by Dan Sedwick and Agustín García-Barneche in their article “The brothers Bezerra: a tale of two assayers”
From Anuario de Estudios Americanos, Tomo LVII, 2, 2000

File size: 2.56 MB
Number of Pages: 29

The Mexican Eagle

by Gerard, Raoul 1950

From The Numismatist, Vol. 63, No.1, January 1950

File size: 2.09 MB
Number of Pages: 6

Mexican Coins of Early Virginia

by Kays, Tom 2000

From the USMexNA journal Vol. IV, No. I, March 2000

File size: 2.48 MB
Number of Pages: 4

Numismatic History Of Mexico

by Alberto Francisco Pradeau 1978

The seminal work on Mexican numismatics

File size: 28.9 MB
Number of Pages: 176

The Tlacos of Ferdinand VII

by Arno Safran 2000

From USMexNA journal, Vol. IV, No. I, March 2000

File size: 1.75 MB
Number of Pages: 3

The Proclamation of King Fernando VII in the Kingdom of New Spain

by Antonio Deana Salmerón 1999

Illustrations of proclamation medals. From El Boletín Numismático, No. 185, Oct.–Dec. 1999

File size: 2.27 MB
Number of Pages: 11

Sonora Cuartillas

by Claudio Verrey 2001

A study of 40 pieces dated 1861 or 1862. From USMexNA journal, Vol. V, No. II, June 2001

File size: 0.27 MB
Number of Pages: 3

Some Undescribed Spanish-American Proclamation Pieces

by Benjamin Betts 1898

Includes some issued in Mexico

File size: 1 MB
Number of Pages: 36

Ancient exchange and its survival to modern times in Mexico

by Courtney L. Coffing

File size: 0.33 MB
Number of Pages: 4

A brief review of the coinage of colonial Mexico, 1526-1821

by Ray H. Wilson 1952

From The Numismatist, Vol. 65, No. 8, August 1952

File size: 0.45 MB
Number of Pages: 6

History of Mexico

by Hubert Howe Bancroft 1914

A history of the Mexican people from the earliest primitive civilization to the present time.

File size: 32.4 MB
Number of Pages: 587

Updates to John Kleeberg's 1998 COAC Study of Counterfeit Two-Reales

by John P. Lorenzo 2011

There has been much interest in the two-reales counterfeit family since 1998, when the coins were discussed in separate presentations by John Kleeberg and the author at a Coinage of the Americas Conference dedicated to circulating counterfeits of the Americas. The purpose of the present paper is to illustrate and describe all struck two-reales counterfeits currently known that were not plated by Kleeberg.

File size: 3.43 MB
Number of Pages: 32

The Texas Jola

by Ehrardt, James 1999

The first coin minted in Texas. From USMexNA Journal, Vol. III, No. I, March 1999

File size: 1.48 MB
Number of Pages: 6

An Itemized Listing of the Published Mexican Royal Eight Escudos

by Ponterio, Kent 2000

Richly illustrated. From the USMexNA Journal, vol. IV, no. I, March 2000

File size: 1.69 MB
Number of Pages: 9

The Coinage of Mexico Struck During the Reign of Carlos And Johanna

by Ponterio, Kent 2009

A new classification by assayer and die type. Originally from the USMexNA Journal, Vol. VI, No. 1, March 2002. Updated

File size: 3.82 MB
Number of Pages: 10

The Transitional 8 Reales of Philip V Struck at the Mexico City Mint, 1732-1734

by Ponterio, Kent 2006

Richly illustrated. From the USMexNA Journal, Vol. XI, No. I, March 2006

File size: 2.2 MB
Number of Pages: 5

 
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El Papel Moneda Se Quita

by Ponterio, Kent 20061823

El Papel Moneda Se Quita
A pamphlet on paper currency of 1823

File size: 0.39 MB
Number of Pages: 4

Apuntes Sobre las Monedas del Morelos

by Lyman Haines Low 1893

Apuntes Sobre las Monedas del Cura Hidalgo by Lyman Haines Low 1893
Number of pages: 18

File size: 0.81 MB
Number of Pages: 18

Counterfeit?

by Bob Bandy 2009

Manuel Salcedo, Morelos and Congress of Chilpanzingo counterstamps on a 1821 host
In USMexNA journal, Vol. XIV, No. IV, December 2009

File size: 0.58 MB
Number of Pages: 2

Counterfeits of Morelos' Coinage

by Duncan McConnell 1973

On identifying counterfeits.
In El Boletin Numismático, 80, July-September 1973

File size: 0.9 MB
Number of Pages: 5

Ornaments on the 8 Reales Coins of General Morelos

by José Luis Franco C. 1972

A well illustrated study of the “grape vine” image on these coins. Translated by Clyde Hubbard. From El Boletín Numismático, Vol. IX, No. 76, July-Sept. 1972

File size: 0.55 MB
Number of Pages: 13

First Mint of the Mexican Insurgents

by Muñoz, Miguel L 1968

The author argues that Hidalgo did not mint coins and that the first working mint was established by Morelos in Tecpan, Guerrero

File size: 4.97 MB
Number of Pages: 36

Variations in the Bow and Arrow of the Coins of General Morelos 1811-1814

by Franco C., José Luis 1971

A well illustrated study of the “bow and arrow” image on these coins. Translated by Clyde Hubbard In Boletín, Vol. IX, No. 73, October-December 1971

File size: 3.83 MB
Number of Pages: 12

 
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Paper Money of Iturbide

by Alberto F. Pradeau 1972

Supplements Rosovsky’s “Paper Money of Iturbide” with text of relevant decrees
From Boletín, Vol. IX, No. 74, January-March 1972

File size: 0.34 MB
Number of Pages: 6

The mintages of 1864 at the Mexico City and Guanajuato mints as published in the Diario del Imperio

by Pradeau, Alberto F 1972

in Boletín, No. 75, April-June 1972

File size: 0.55 MB
Number of Pages: 6

The Numismatics of Emperor Agustin de Iturbide of Mexico

by Bailey, Don 1999

A description of the coins and medals of Iturbide. From USMexNA Journal Vol. III, No. II, June 1999

File size: 1.39 MB
Number of Pages: 6

Mexican Imperial Coinage

by Betts, Benjamin 1899

The Medals and Coins of Augustine I (Iturbide). Maximilian, the French Invasion, and of the Republic during the French Intervention

File size: 66.89 MB
Number of Pages: 69

The Paper Money of Iturbide

by Eduardo Rosovsky 1971

Excellent monograph on Iturbide's paper currency. In Boletín, No. 70, January-March 1971

File size: 4.78 MB
Number of Pages: 13

Coins issued by the Government of the Republic During Maximilian's Empire 1863-1867

by Jose L. Cossio 1963

English translation of decrees issued in San Luis Potosí and Chihuahua. From USMexNA Journal, Vol. V, Nos. III and IV, September and December 2001

File size: 4.19 MB
Number of Pages: 10

 
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Los Estados Contables de los Bancos de Emisión en el México Porfiriano (1884 – 1910)

by Mónica Gómez

File size: 0.11 MB
Number of Pages: 13

Seguros bancarios y disciplina de mercado aplicación a la crisis financiera de 1907 en México

by Astrid Luce

File size: 0.08 MB
Number of Pages: 32

La Paz Porfiriana y los Bancos en Durango

by Ma. Guadalupe Rodriguez López 1998

File size: 0.09 MB
Number of Pages: 31

La banca porfiriana en México: cinco procesos

by Gustavo Aguilar A. 1996

File size: 1.04 MB
Number of Pages: 16

El Sistema Bancario Mexicano 1897-1916

by Adriana Cruz Mercado

File size: 0.8 MB
Number of Pages: 194

El Banco de Zacatecas

by Moises Gamez

This paper shows the birth of the banking system in Zacatecas. First it explains the foundations of the system by analyzing the role of informal agents, acting as intermediaries. Second, the relationship between the early establishment of regional banks (before the 1897 Law), the mining sector and the socioeconomic agents is explored, considering association strategies. Finally, the following preliminary hypothesis is formulated: The mining sector stimulated the configuration of a banking system, which responded to its particular financial needs, improving the dynamics of financial transactions. Furthermore, agents recognized by the State also show the history of socioeconomic networks.

File size: 1.27 MB
Number of Pages: 22

El Banco de Sonora, Guaymas

by Horacio Vázquez del Mercado

A study of the Guaymas branch of the Banco de Sonora

File size: 0.26 MB
Number of Pages: 6

Banqueros, Bancos y Casas Bancarias en Sinaloa y Sonora

by Gustavo Aguilar Aguilar and Ana Isabel Grijalva Díaz 2007

Banqueros, Bancos y Casas Bancarias en Sinaloa y Sonora
by Gustavo Aguilar Aguilar and Ana Isabel Grijalva Díaz 2007

File size: 0.23 MB
Number of Pages: 28

Two Bits Heads

by Thomas Jasek 1999

Varieties of snake’s heads on 10 centavos coins
In USMexNA journal. Vol. III, No. IV, December 1999

File size: 1.27 MB
Number of Pages: 3

The Spurious Guadalajara Coinage of 1860

by Carlos Guzman y Guzman 1962

In Boletín Vol. IV, No. 36, July-September 1962

File size: 2.52 MB
Number of Pages: 8

The nickel, the coin that shook up a government

by Uknown 1979

On President González’ disastrous introduction of nickel coinage
In Boletín Vol. XIIV, No. 104, July-September 1979

File size: 2.76 MB
Number of Pages: 32

Silver Quarter Real Counterfeit

by Thomas Jasek 2003

One example of a counterfeit
With more examples from “Counterfeit Republic Silver Quarter Reals” by Claudio Verrey in USMexNA journal, Vol. IX, No. I, March 2004
In USMexNA journal, Vol. VII, No. II, June 2003

File size: 1.44 MB
Number of Pages: 4

Guanajuato Cuartillas Officially “Void”

by Claudio Verrey 2002

With a response “Comments to the Cuartillas of Guanajuato Article” by Clyde Hubbard in USMexNA journal, Vol. VII, No. I. March 2003

Discusses cancellation slashes found on these coins
In USMexNA Vol. VI, No. III, September 2002

File size: 2.09 MB
Number of Pages: 4

A study of the minor silver Reales of the Hermosillo mint

by Dave Busse 2008

Detailed, illustrated listing
In USMexNA journal, Vol. XIII, No. IV, December 2008

File size: 5.4 MB
Number of Pages: 11

A note on an interesting counterfeit 1869 GoS 10 Centavos

by Michael E. Ontko 2000

In USMexNA journal, Vol. IV, No. IV, December 2000

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Number of Pages: 3

The Guanajuato 1896/1 8 Reales: A Study Of The Dies And Varieties

by Beals, Edward 1967

From Plus Ultra, Vol. IV, No 40, 27 January 1967

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Number of Pages: 3

The 1867 SLP Quartilla Overstrike

by Nibert, Ben 2001

From USMexNA journal Vol. V, No. II, June 2001

File size: 0.74 MB
Number of Pages: 2

2 Reales – A. 1872 (Alamos)

by Stevens, Erma C. 1966

From Plus Ultra, Vol. III, No 28, January 1966

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Number of Pages: 2

The 1840/38/31 Durango 8 Reales As An Illustration Of Mexican Minting Methods In The Nineteenth Century

by Ontko, Michael E. 2000

From USMexNA journal, Vol. IV, No. III, October 2000

File size: 1.83 MB
Number of Pages: 3

When California Used Mexican Coins

by Bauer, Dr. John E. 1976

From Plus Ultra, No 148, Vol. XIII, No 5, January 1976

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Number of Pages: 3

The San Francisco California Mexican Pesos of 1898

by Pradeau, Albert F. 1968

From Plus Ultra, Vol. V, Number 60, September 27 1968

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Number of Pages: 1

Numismatic Terms of the Republica Mexicana

by Dave Busse and Thomas Reid

File size: 0.31 MB
Number of Pages: 25

The So-called Coin of 8 Reales of Oaxaca 1870

by Antonio Deana Salmerón

From El Boletín Numismático

File size: 2.56 MB
Number of Pages: 4

Republic of Mexico 8 Reales Trial Strike in Copper without Mintmark

by Kent Ponterio

File size: 0.4 MB
Number of Pages: 4

Initials on 8 Reales Coins of the Durango Mint

by Clyde Hubbard 1983

From El Boletín Numismático, Vol. XVI, No. 119, April-June 1983

File size: 0.61 MB
Number of Pages: 6

Coins issued by the Government of the Republic During Maximilian's Empire 1863-1867

by Cossio, Jose L

English translation of decrees issued in San Luis Potosí and Chihuahua. From USMexNA Journal, Vol. V, Nos. III and IV, September and December 2001

File size: 0.18 MB
Number of Pages: 10

Coinage in Crisis: Mexico during the 1860s

by Richard G. Doty 1991

From El Boletín Numismático, No. 150-153, 1991

File size: 0.24 MB
Number of Pages: 8

Mexico’s Nickel Riots of 1883

by Dr. John E. Baur 1973

An ill-fated attempt to introduce nickel coins. From Plus Ultra, No 123, Vol. XI, No 4, December 1973

File size: 0.02 MB
Number of Pages: 3

An abortive attempt to establish a Mexican mint in San Francisco

by Dr. Alberto F. Pradeau 1966

From Plus Ultra, Volume III, Number 33, June 18, 1966

File size: 0.02 MB
Number of Pages: 3

Pattern 8 Reales. 1827 Guanajuato and 1882 Hermosillo

by Ponterio, Kent 2007

The author argues that both proofs come from the same dies produced by William Wyon in London in 1827. Illustrated. From the USMexNA Journal, Vol. XII, No. I, March 2007

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Number of Pages: 2

Influencia de Plata Gruesa - Money Used in the China Trade

by Walrafen, Barbara C 2000

Fascinating history of the demand for Mexican silver to finance commerce between China and the major powers in the 19th century. Originally published by The Atzeca Society, 1966. From the USMexNA Journal, Vol. IV, No. II, June 2000

File size: 4.84 MB
Number of Pages: 28

Mexican Coins - Varietype

by Busse, Dave 2002

Collecting Mexican coins by type. From USMexNA Journal, Vol. VI, No. IV, December 2002

File size: 2.45 MB
Number of Pages: 10

Early Die Lineage of the First Oaxaca Mint

by Ponterio, Kent 2007

Richly illustrated. From the USMexNA Journal, Vol. XII, No. II, June 2007

File size: 0.7 MB
Number of Pages: 4

The Durango Mint Pattern 8 Reales of 1840

by Ponterio, Kent

From USMexNA Journal, Vol. IX, No. I, March 2004.

File size: 0.94 MB
Number of Pages: 2

 
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Presencia de la banca privada sonorense en Sinaloa 1909 – 1933

by Gustavo Aguilar A.

File size: 0.11 MB
Number of Pages: 11

Zapatista Engravers

by T. V. Buttrey 1971

Identification and classification of the coins engraved by Sévero Hernández, Melitón Gómez and Paz Domínguez
In El Boletín Numismático, No. 71, April-June 1971

File size: 4.21 MB
Number of Pages: 27

Which Came First? The Chicken or the Egg?

by Verne R. Walrafen

On the 2c Tetela del Oro y Ocampo coin

File size: 1.47 MB
Number of Pages: 2

Viva la Revolución

by Joe Flores 2005

A selection from Joe Flores’ regular contribution to the USMexNA journal, 2004 -2008. Includes comments on Chihuahua 5 centavos (GB 59 and 61) and one peso (GB 72); Campo Morado, Guerrero 50 centavos (GB 159), Guerrero one peso (GB 198 and 207) and 20 pesos; a counterfeit Taxco, Guerrero 50 centavos (GB 288) ; Guadalajara, Jalisco one peso (GB 244); Atlihuayan, Morelos 10 centavos (GB 274) and Morelos 5 centavos (GB 270) and one peso (GB 287); Oaxaca three centavos (GB 291),one peso (GB 302 and 344), two pesos (GB unlisted) and 20 pesos; Concepcion del Oro, Zacatecas one peso

File size: 12.96 MB
Number of Pages: 36

Varieties of the 5 and 10 Centavo Revolutionary Coins of Tenancingo

by Rogelio Charteris Reyes 1975

From Boletín, Vol. XI, No. 87, April-June 1975

File size: 1.04 MB
Number of Pages: 2

Tokens of San Miguel Peras, Oaxaca, of 1915

by Pablo Neuman 1962

Neuman describes the coins that he himself was in charge of minting, as well as the 60 pesos coins of 1916 and the rectangular pieces of one and three centavos.
In Boletín Vol. IV, No. 36, July-September 1962

File size: 3.56 MB
Number of Pages: 12

The Revolution Corner

by Joe Flores 1999

A selection from Joe Flores’ regular contribution to the USMexNA journal, 1998 -2003. Includes comments on Aguascalientes 20 centavos overstruck on Taxco, Guerrero one peso; Chihuahua 5 and 10 centavos and one peso (GB 71 and 72); Durango one centavo; Guerrero one peso mule; Campo Morado, Guerrero one peso (GB 170) and two pesos (GB 175); Jalisco two centavos; Morelos 5 centavos (GB 270) and one peso (GB 287); Oaxaca 5 (GB 300) and 10 centavos (GB 314), 2 and 20 pesos; Tetela de Oro y Ocampo two centavos and various counterfeits.

File size: 21.11 MB
Number of Pages: 37

Historical Notes on Coins of the Mexican Revolution 1913-1917

by J. Sanchez Garza 1932

Supplementary notes to Howland Wood’s “The Mexican Revolutionary Coinage, 1913-1916”

File size: 5.96 MB
Number of Pages: 47

Good vs Bad

by Verne R. Walrafen

On a counterfeit 3c Oaxaca coin

File size: 4.72 MB
Number of Pages: 4

Gold in Revolutionary Coinage

by Bernardo Eguia Lis 1962

A study of the gold content of one and two peso coins struck in the state of Guerrero in 1914 and 1915
In Boletín Vol. IV, No. 36, July-September 1962

File size: 1.37 MB
Number of Pages: 3

Chihuahua – Parral – One Peso

by Joe Flores 1999

Suggests a reason why GB79 are softly struck.
In USMexNA journal. Vol. III, No. IV, December 1999

File size: 1.37 MB
Number of Pages: 3

A Neutron Activation Analysis of the Silver Coinage of Zapata, 1914-1915

by Theodore V. Buttrey and Adon A. Gordus

1914-1915

File size: 2.26 MB
Number of Pages: 30

Manuel Sevilla (Engraver-Artist)

by Joe Flores 2005

Biography and some examples of Sevilla’s work
In USMexNA journal, Vol. X, No. II, June 2005

File size: 2.78 MB
Number of Pages: 5

General Lucio Blanco and his South Texas Cattle Agent, Ismael Montalvo

by Carlos M. Larralde 2006

History of the revolutionary general
In USMexNA journal, Vol. XI, No. II, December 2006

File size: 6.14 MB
Number of Pages: 13

Chihuahua-Parral 1 Peso GB 80

by Joe Flores 2002

Lists four known examples, including one overstruck with a ‘bolita’ peso
In USMexNA journal Vol. VI No. II June 2002

File size: 1.51 MB
Number of Pages: 3

Financing Revolutions in Mexico

by Walter W. Stewart 1920

Published in the Journal of Political Economy, Vol. 28, No. 8 (Oct., 1920).

File size: 0.67 MB
Number of Pages: 7

The Mexican Revolutionary Coinage 1913-1916

by Howland Wood 1921

The first attempt to classify the coinage of the Mexican Revolution. Published in 1921.

File size: 3.48 MB
Number of Pages: 102

La Ventana

by C “ Woody” Woodworth and Joe Flores 1988

The definite work on the identification of the different dies of the revolutionary coinage of Oaxaca 1915. Published in 1988.

File size: 7.95 MB
Number of Pages: 178

Carranza’s validation of the earliest dos caritas

by Simon Prendergast

A study of the codes placed on the first issue of Villa’s dos caritas by the Carrancista validating office in Ciudad Juárez. From USMexNA Journal, Vol. IV, No. IV, December 2000

File size: 0.1 MB
Number of Pages: 4

Bedsheets of the three Manuels

by Ing. Manuel Muslera Muslera 1978

A series of notes in the state of Veracruz. From Plus Ultra, 173, February 1978, Vol. XV. No 6

File size: 1.67 MB
Number of Pages: 4

The Tesoreria General del Estado Notes of the Ejército Libertador

by Watson, Dave 2001

Rare revolutionary notes issued in the south of Mexico. From USMex, NA Journal, Vol. V. No. II, June 2001

File size: 1.22 MB
Number of Pages: 5

Periódico Oficial, Jalisco

by Unknown

Extracts from the revolutionary period

File size: 0.32 MB
Number of Pages: 36

Periódico Oficial, Colima

by Unknown 1914

Extracts from the revolutionary period

File size: 0.1 MB
Number of Pages: 3

Mexican Revolutionary Coinage

by Guthrie & Bothamley 1976

The type coin bible of revolutionary coinage. Courtesy of Ira and Larry Goldberg.

File size: 47.23 MB
Number of Pages: 123

The Financial Work of the Revolution

by Acosta, Alfredo A 1914

Collection of contemporary articles from "El Economista", Mexico City on Carranza's financial policy. The English translation starts on page 73

File size: 57.04 MB
Number of Pages: 146

El Paso Herald

by Unknown

Extracts relating to Mexican financial affairs, particularly during the Revolution, and the activities of money brokers and counterfeiters along the border

File size: 0.4 MB
Number of Pages: 53

Archives, Jalisco

by Unknown

Extracts from the revolutionary period

File size: 0.12 MB
Number of Pages: 8

Archives, Colima

by Unknown

Extracts from research in the Colima archives, relating to 1913 to 1916

File size: 0.09 MB
Number of Pages: 4

Chihuahua 5 & 10 Centavos

by Walrafen, Flores 2000

Numismatica de RevMex article, chronological catalogue of Chihuahua issues.

File size: 7.54 MB
Number of Pages: 45

 
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The Alonso Manuel Regil Tokens

by Claudio Verrey 2000

Tokens from a Yucatan hacienda
In USMexNA journal, Vol. IV, No. IV, December 2000

File size: 1.21 MB
Number of Pages: 2

Municipal Coinage of Mexico

by Clyde Hubbard 1999

Handout that accompanied Clyde Hubbard’s presentation to the USMexNA membership meeting at the ANA Convention.
In USMexNA journal, Vol. III, No. I, March 1999

File size: 2.36 MB
Number of Pages: 5

Fantasy Tokens from Guadalajara

by Clyde Hubbard 1998

Descriptions of over ninety different counterfeits that turned up in the 1970s.
with an update “Fraudulent Tokens Reappear in Guadalajara: by Russell Rulau, from World Coin News, October 2000
In USMexNA journal Vol. II, No. II June 1998

File size: 5.28 MB
Number of Pages: 12

Fichas de la Hacienda de San Simón, Michoacán

by Ignacio de Jesús Sánchez Montes 2003

Tokens issued by a hacienda. From El Boletín Numismático, No. 201, Oct.-Dec. 2003

File size: 0.92 MB
Number of Pages: 9

Privately issued storecards and tokens, State of Sonora, Mexico

by Stevens, Erma C 1970

Published by the Azteca Society. Illustrated

File size: 2.15 MB
Number of Pages: 11

The Palmarejo Railroad Token

by Leslie, Elwin C 2006

A token used in the state of Chihuahua. From USMexNA Journal, Vol. XI, No. II, September 2006

File size: 1.21 MB
Number of Pages: 5

Municipal Coins of Zamora Michoacan

by Verrey, Claudio 1976

Illustrated with pieces from the Author's collection. In Boletín, No. 93, October-December 1976

File size: 0.97 MB
Number of Pages: 8

The Municipal Coins Of Colima

by Leslie, Elwin C 2007

Details and Illustrations of the coins used in Colima from 1798 to 1853. Originally published in Plus Ultra, Vol. VI, No. 43. From USMexNA Journal, Vol. XII, No. I, March 2007.

File size: 1.16 MB
Number of Pages: 3

 
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El Papel Moneda Se Quita

by Leslie, Elwin C 20071823

El Papel Moneda Se Quita
A pamphlet on paper currency of 1823

File size: 0.39 MB
Number of Pages: 4

135th Anniversary of the founding of the Bank of London Mexico and South America

by Eduardo Malagón Kamel 2001

In El Boletín Numismático, January-March 2001

File size: 1.01 MB
Number of Pages: 6

Latin American Bank Note Records

by Ricardo M. Magan

File size: 12.72 MB
Number of Pages: 206

Design of the One Peso 1914 Banco de Zacatecas note, unknown until now

by Luis M. Gómez Wulschner 2010

History of the bank’s decision to issue low value notes during the Revolution.
In El Boletin Numismático, 228, 2010

File size: 3.16 MB
Number of Pages: 12

Decrees concerning the Preconstitutional bills of the state of Chiapas

by Manuel A. Woolrich B. 1973

Three decrees authorizing an issue of cartones and notes.
In El Boletin Numismático, 79, April- June 1973

File size: 0.54 MB
Number of Pages: 9

Counterfeit 5 Peso Notes of the Banco de Jalisco – 1910

by Clyde Hubbard 1994

History of the “lazy counterfeiter”, H. L. Middleton.
In El Boletin Numismático, 162, January-March 1994

File size: 2.34 MB
Number of Pages: 9

A rare countermark on a revolutionary bill

by Luis M. Gómez Wulschner 2004

Article about the ‘EJERECITO CONSTITUCIONALISTA -DIVISION DEL NORTE – BRIGADA ROBLES – JALPA-ZAC’ validation on an Obligación Provisional del Erario Federal note.
In El Boletin Numismático, 205, October-December 2004

File size: 3.59 MB
Number of Pages: 6

Some Varieties Encountered in the Revolutionary Banknotes of Oaxaca

by Garner, James C. 1979

Some varieties on the Camara de Comercio de Oaxaca notes.

From Plus Ultra, 184, Autumn 1979
with some additional illustrations

File size: 0.48 MB
Number of Pages: 3

Republican Paper Money during Maximilian's Empire

by Eduardo Rosovsky

An issue of provisional notes from the state of Chiapas. From El Boletín Numismático, No. 72, July-September 1971

File size: 5.63 MB
Number of Pages: 17

Paper Money Issued by the General Treasury of the state of Oaxaca (1914-1916)

by Rosovsky, Eduardo 1975

Excellent study of the great variety of notes issued in Oaxaca. FromEl Boletín Numismático, No. 87, April-June 1975

File size: 8.86 MB
Number of Pages: 29

The Oaxaca Credit Bonds of 1915-1916

by Nicholas Follansbee 2004

An incredibly detailed study of these Oaxaca revolutionary notes. Builds on Rosovsky’s work that made a fairly complete listing by date and series letter but mentioned only the more obvious typographic varieties. Follansbee includes some letter series discovered since 1974; distinguishes the different plates and paper used, and lists the various types according to date, denomination, series letter, portrait and position of the Treasury seal. He also gives a rough idea of the size of the various printings and identifies various inscription errors and varieties.

File size: 1.61 MB
Number of Pages: 50

History of Paper Money in Sinaloa

by Julio Cesar Renteria Sandoval 1999

The Banco Occidental de México and revolutionary issues. From El Boletín Numismático, No. 185, Oct.–Dec. 1999

File size: 0.2 MB
Number of Pages: 6

Data about the Bonds Emitted by the L.N.D.L.R.

by Ignacio de Jesús Sánchez Montes 2005

Bonds issued by the National League for the Defence of Liberty during the Cristero rebellion. From El Boletín Numismático, April-June 2005

File size: 2.55 MB
Number of Pages: 6

The Credit Foncier Company

by Simon Prendergast

Notes issued by a Utopian community established in Topolobampo, Sinaloa

File size: 0.32 MB
Number of Pages: 3

Revolutionary bills of the Galvez Toscano Column

by Ignacio de Jesús Sánchez Montes

A series of notes issued in the state of Michoacán

File size: 0.87 MB
Number of Pages: 12

American Bank Note Company print records for Banco de Mexico notes

by The American Bank Note Company

File size: 14.8 MB
Number of Pages: 23

Pre-Revolutionary Vouchers of the Mining Company "La Republica". A Numismatic Discovery

by Gomez Wulschner, Luis 2004

Article about five pieces of mining scrip. From USMexNA Journal, Vol. IX, No. III, September 2004

File size: 1.62 MB
Number of Pages: 8

The Paper Money of Tamaulipas in the XIX Century

by Rosovsky, Eduardo 1972

A series of notes issued in 1876 by Governor Servando Canales.
From Boletín No. 75, April-June 1972

File size: 3.88 MB
Number of Pages: 9

Paper Money Issued by the General Treasury of the State of Oaxaca (1914-1916)

by Rosovsky, Eduardo 1975

Excellent study of the great variety of notes issued in Oaxaca. in Boletín, No.87, April-June 1975

File size: 3.9 MB
Number of Pages: 29

Numismatic Issues of Monterrey 1893-1914

by de León Tallavas, Ricardo 1988

A very detailed history of the Banco de Nuevo León and the Banco Mercantil de Monterrey. From El Boletín Numismático No. 140, July-September 1988 and Nos. 141-143, October 1988-June 1989

File size: 9.06 MB
Number of Pages: 44

Mexican Coins Used on US Currency

by Bailey, Don 2002

Detailed list of US notes that have Mexican coins in their design. From USMexNA Journal, Vol. VI, No. II, June 2002

File size: 1.83 MB
Number of Pages: 14

El Banco de Londres Mexico y Sud America

by Powell, Elmer 2004

Five unknown notes from this bank. From USMexNA Journal, vol. IX, No. III, September 2004

File size: 1.54 MB
Number of Pages: 6

 
Banking ↑ back to top

Los Estados Contables de los Bancos de Emisión en el México Porfiriano (1884 – 1910)

by Mónica Gómez

File size: 0.11 MB
Number of Pages: 13

Seguros bancarios y disciplina de mercado aplicación a la crisis financiera de 1907 en México

by Astrid Luce

File size: 0.08 MB
Number of Pages: 32

Presencia de la banca privada sonorense en Sinaloa 1909 – 1933

by Gustavo Aguilar A.

File size: 0.11 MB
Number of Pages: 11

La Paz Porfiriana y los Bancos en Durango

by Ma. Guadalupe Rodriguez López 1998

File size: 0.09 MB
Number of Pages: 31

La banca porfiriana en México: cinco procesos

by Gustavo Aguilar A. 1996

File size: 1.04 MB
Number of Pages: 16

El Sistema Bancario Mexicano 1897-1916

by Adriana Cruz Mercado

File size: 0.8 MB
Number of Pages: 194

El Banco de Zacatecas

by Moises Gamez

This paper shows the birth of the banking system in Zacatecas. First it explains the foundations of the system by analyzing the role of informal agents, acting as intermediaries. Second, the relationship between the early establishment of regional banks (before the 1897 Law), the mining sector and the socioeconomic agents is explored, considering association strategies. Finally, the following preliminary hypothesis is formulated: The mining sector stimulated the configuration of a banking system, which responded to its particular financial needs, improving the dynamics of financial transactions. Furthermore, agents recognized by the State also show the history of socioeconomic networks.

File size: 1.27 MB
Number of Pages: 22

El Banco de Sonora, Guaymas

by Horacio Vázquez del Mercado

A study of the Guaymas branch of the Banco de Sonora

File size: 0.26 MB
Number of Pages: 6

Banqueros, Bancos y Casas Bancarias en Sinaloa y Sonora

by Gustavo Aguilar Aguilar and Ana Isabel Grijalva Díaz 2007

Banqueros, Bancos y Casas Bancarias en Sinaloa y Sonora
by Gustavo Aguilar Aguilar and Ana Isabel Grijalva Díaz 2007

File size: 0.23 MB
Number of Pages: 28

The End of the Mexican Dollar

by A. Piatt Andrew 1904

From The Quarterly Journal of Economics,Vol. 18, No. 3 (May, 1904)

File size: 1.17 MB
Number of Pages: 36

The Fall of Silver in Mexico, 1870-1910, and Its Effect on American Investments

by David M. Pletcher 1958

From The Journal of Economic History, Vol. 18, No. 1 (Mar., 1958)

File size: 2.45 MB
Number of Pages: 23

The Transformation of the Mexican Banking System from the Porfiriato to 1925

by Gomez--‐Galvarriato, Aurora 2014

Paper presented to the May 2014 Conference of the Princeton University Empirical Political Economy Network, held on 27 May 2014 at the CIDE-Santa Fe Campus, Mexico City. Aurora Gómez-Galvarriato is Professor of Economic History at CIDE (Centro de Investigación y Docencia Económicas) and head of the Archivo General de la Nación de México, Mexico’s national public records office.

File size: 0.5 MB
Number of Pages: 40

The History of Coins and Banknotes in Mexico

by Banco de México 2003

File size: 1.4 MB
Number of Pages: 36

The Silver Standard in Mexico

by Matias Romero 1897

“Being one of several articles published for the purpose of dispelling misapprehensions which are in the way of closer commercial, political, and social relations between Mexico and the United States”

File size: 2.98 MB
Number of Pages: 71

A brief summary of banking in Mexico

by Eduardo Turrent Díaz

File size: 0.4 MB
Number of Pages: 34

Present and Past Banking in Mexico

by McCaleb, Walter Flavius 1920

A report published under the auspices of the Doheny Foundation. Edward Doheny was involved in petroleum in Texas and Mexico

File size: 112.99 MB
Number of Pages: 304

The Banking System of Mexico

by Conant, Charles A 1911

Report to the US National Monetary Commission.

File size: 7.17 MB
Number of Pages: 288

 

Varieties of Modern Mexico Coinage

by Don Bailey 2000

Describes two varieties of the 1974-1980 ten centavos and the ‘open 8’ and ‘closed 8’ of the 1978 one peso.
In USMexNA journal, Vol. IV, No. II, June 2000

File size: 1.66 MB
Number of Pages: 2

The Legend: Independencia y Libertad

by Miguel. L. Muñoz 1969

Considers the origins of the legend found on Mexican coins from 1905 onwards
From Plus Ultra, Vol. VI, No. 70, 1969

File size: 0.33 MB
Number of Pages: 6

Rim Lettering on early Libertads, 1982-1989

by Jack Vanderzyl 2002

With a response “Libertad Varieties” by Thomas Jasek, from USMexNA journal Vol. VII, No. I, March 2003
In USMexNA journal Vol. VI, No. III, September 2002

File size: 3.27 MB
Number of Pages: 6

1972 One Centavo Overdate

by Thomas Jasek 2003

Argues that it is a 1972/70 overdate
In USMexNA journal Vol. VII, No. I, March 2003

File size: 0.97 MB
Number of Pages: 2

The Incredible Varieties on Twentieth Century Mexican Coins

by Julio Tafoya and Miguel Vidal Riera 1991

Details of differences in die designs. The English translation starts on page 9 but there are images in both the Spanish and English sections.
In El Boletin Numismático, 150-153, 1991

File size: 5.47 MB
Number of Pages: 15

Analysis of a Conclusion

by Rogelio Charteris Reyes 1992

Suggests an explanation for the 1906 1c and 2c coins known counterstamped with 20c and 40c punches.
In El Boletin Numismático, 156, July-September 1992

File size: 0.39 MB
Number of Pages: 5

The Comprehensive Catalog and Encyclopedia of Modern Mexican Coins

by William Lawrence Hanks 1975

File size: 13.39 MB
Number of Pages: 80

The One Peso 1984 RA Engraver Initials

by Carlos Abel Amaya Guerra 2006

From USMexNA journal, Vol. XI, No. I, March 2006

File size: 0.1 MB
Number of Pages: 2

The Crises of the Silver Coins

by Eduardo Turrent Díaz 2005

The silver crises of 1917-1919, 1935, 1943 and 1945. From El Boletín Numismático, No. 207, April-June 2005

File size: 0.27 MB
Number of Pages: 11

Silver surface enrichment of silver-copper alloys: a limitation for the analysis of ancient silver coins by surface techniques

by L. Beck et al. 2004

Highly technical paper, but one that explains that if you perform X-ray fluorescence analysis on genuine 8 reales you would get silver (Ag) surface readings of 92-96%. Has implications for the detection of contemporary or modern counterfeits.

File size: 0.49 MB
Number of Pages: 10

History of the Coinage issued to commemorate the Centenary of Independence

by Dr. Alberto F. Pradeau 1965

The story of the design of the “Cabellito”. From Plus Ultra, Vol. 3, Number 26, 26 November 1965

File size: 0.02 MB
Number of Pages: 3

Another Minacious Coin

by Pradeau, Alberto Francisco 1960

Article on a 1935 coin threatening death to Calles and Garrido Canabal. From The Numismatist, February 1960. Reprinted in USMexNA Journal, Vol. XII, No. II, June 2007.

File size: 0.86 MB
Number of Pages: 2

 
Auctions ↑ back to top

by Superior Galleries 1976

“Superior Galleries is proud to present the following offering of Revolutionary Coinage. The consignor has put together what is undoubtedly the finest collection of these coins ever offered for public sale. The basis of this collection was the fabulous F.C.C. Boyd holding, to which was added the A. J. Ostheimer and the Frank Roza collections. In all, more than 50 years of patient effort went into the perfection of this great numismatic treasure. Most of the coins offered here were used as the plate coins in the recently published work on Mexican Revolutionary Coinages by Hugh S. Guthrie and Merrill Bothamley.”

File size: 9.98 MB
Number of Pages: 6

Miguel Muñoz auction, 4 June 1979

by Superior Galleries 1979

Revolutionary coinage

File size: 2.79 MB
Number of Pages: 15

Floor And Mail Bid Auction

by Duane D. Douglas 2015

Douglas sale March 2015

File size: 11.47 MB
Number of Pages: 89

Floor And Mail Bid Auction

by Duane D. Douglas 2011

Douglas Auction
March 10, 2011

File size: 12.29 MB
Number of Pages: 121

Floor And Mail Bid Auction

by Duane D. Douglas 2011

Douglas Auction
December 10, 2011

File size: 8.64 MB
Number of Pages: 92

Floor and Mail Bid Auction

by Duane D. Douglas 2013

Douglas Auction
September 6, 2013

File size: 10.95 MB
Number of Pages: 111

Floor and Mail Bid Auction

by Duane D. Douglas 2008

Douglas Auction
September 4, 2008
Prices Realized.

File size: 11.64 MB
Number of Pages: 98

Floor and Mail Bid Auction

by Duane D. Douglas 2010

Douglas Auction
March 4, 2010

File size: 12.18 MB
Number of Pages: 112

Floor and Mail Bid Auction

by DUANE D. DOUGLAS 2008

Douglas Auction, April 3, 2008

File size: 7.83 MB
Number of Pages: 74

Mail Auction Sale

by Duane D. Douglas 1979

A well illustrated study of the “grape vine” image on these coins. Translated by Clyde Hubbard. From El Boletín Numismático, Vol. IX, No. 76, July-Sept. 1972

File size: 3.28 MB
Number of Pages: 127

La Compañía de Subastas Numismáticas - March 2013 Auction

by Duane D. Douglas 19792013

File size: 6.18 MB
Number of Pages: 56

Alberto Hidalgo - February 2012 Auction

by Uknown 2012

File size: 21 MB
Number of Pages: 88

Miguel Muñoz Auction - 4 June, 1979

by Unknown 1979

Auction of revolutionary coins

File size: 2.26 MB
Number of Pages: 9

Long Auction - 28 July, 1975

by Long, Richard A 1975

Information on 1975 auction

File size: 7.89 MB
Number of Pages: 43

Henry Christensen Auction, 1977

by Unknown 1977

Auction of revolutionary coins

File size: 2.1 MB
Number of Pages: 10

Long Auction - 30 November, 1974

by Long, Richard A 1974

The seminal auction of notes from the greatest collection of Mexican paper currency ever assembled.

File size: 57.82 MB
Number of Pages: 119

 
Journals ↑ back to top

US Mex Journal – December 2021

by Various 2021

• 2021 USMEX Convention Report
• Brief Review of The Cast Medals (And Locals) Issued in the Colonial Mexico That Celebrated the Kings of Spain and the Indies
• The First Words of the Monclova Mexican Mint in 200 Years!
• The New Revolutionary Corner
• El Banco Industrial de Mexico
• Analysis of a Bearer Bond of the First Mexican Republic With a Brief History Leading to its Issuance

File size: 10.77 MB
Number of Pages: 36

US Mex Journal – September 2021

by Various 2021

• Eight Reales of Zacatecas, 1810-22
• A Variety of Varieties from Mexico 20th Century Coinage (Part 2)
• The New Revolutionary Corner
• At the Lack of Pesos, Cachuca Coins: The Particular Case of Chiapas
• An Early Emergency Issue from Tabasco

File size: 4.37 MB
Number of Pages: 36

US Mex Journal – June 2021

by Various 2021

• The Secon Insurgent Issue: Real de Catorce 1811
• A 40-Year Story: The Revenue Stamps on Mexican Banknotes Issued by the Private Issuing Banks – Part II
• A Very Hidden Corner: The Story of a 1943 Issue in Monterrey
• The Sonora Jola
• The Battle for Matamoros 1836
• A Practical Study of the Decrees of the 20th Century Coinage

File size: 4.78 MB
Number of Pages: 36

US Mex Journal – March 2021

by Various 2021

• Los Mineros, Guanajuato 1790, Carlos IV: Restructuring of Patterns and Varieties
• A 40-Year Story: The Revenue Stamps on Mexican Banknotes Issued by the Private Issuing Banks – Part 1
• The First Insurgent Issue: The LVO Series of Zacatecas, 1810-1811
• Jose Ines Davila’s Decree Number 10

File size: 11.77 MB
Number of Pages: 36

US Mex Journal - December 2020

by Various 2020

• The Proclamation Medals of Charles IV in Valladolid de Michoacan
• Unveiling the Past: Banco de Mexico’s Banknotes Printed by Waterlow & Sons Limited
• Three Varieties of the 1822 Iturbide’s Eight Reales
• The New Revolutionary Corner
• The Culiacan Hat & Eagle
• The Missing Link of Jose Maria Morelos Y Pavon: In Search of the Elusive 4 Reales Coin

File size: 8.5 MB
Number of Pages: 36

US Mex Journal - September 2020

by Various 2020

• A Variety of Varities from Mexico First Republic Silver Coinage (Part 1)
• A Tale of Incineration: The Cartones of “El Comercio de Zamora”
• The Economic Situation of the Resplandor Coinages in the 1920’s
• The New Revolutionary Corner
• Quintin Douglas and Sinaloa Cuartillas Made at the Hermosillo Mint
• An Interesting Find
• Counterfeiting Banco de Londres, Mexico y Sud America Notes

File size: 6.32 MB
Number of Pages: 32

US Mex Journal - June 2020

by Various 2020

• Dates, Signatures, “Mystery Codes” and Other Features of the Bank of Mexico’s New Family of Banknotes
• Some Unlisted Varieties in Mexican Coins
• The New Revolutionary Corner
• Revolutionary Cartones from Zamora, Michoacan
• The Naval Battle of Campeche and Its Numismatic Mementos
• Analysis of Restrike Evidence for Mexican Colonial Proclamation Medals of Carlos IV (Part II)

File size: 4.72 MB
Number of Pages: 36

US Mex Journal - March 2020

by Various 2020

• Interesting Varieties from Mexico 20th Century Coinage(Part 1)
• Analysis of Restrike Evidence for Mexican Colonial Proclamation Medals of Carlos IV
• Wish You Were Here 2
• The Compania Occidedntal de Almacenaje
• The Enigmatic Revolutionary 1-Centavo. . .

File size: 4.78 MB
Number of Pages: 36

US Mex Journal - December 2019

by Various 2019

• Convention Report
• The MXo and MX Variations in the Mexican Mintmark
• The Belisario Dominguez Medal of Honor
• The Comision Reguladora del Mercado del Henequen: Part II

File size: 6.34 MB
Number of Pages: 32

US Mex Journal - September 2019

by Various 2019

• 1933…A Very Interesting Year for the Mexico Silver Peso
• Analysis of Restrike Evidence of Ferdinand VI and Carlos III Proclamation Medals
• The Comision Reguladora del Mercado de Henequen: Part I
• Fifty-cent Pieces of the Revolution, Campo Morado, 1915, Estado de Guerrero
• A New Unknown Cancellation from Monterrey

File size: 6.34 MB
Number of Pages: 36

US Mex Journal - June 2019

by Various 2019

• PAPERMONEYOFMEXICO.COM Why You Should Care and How You Can Help
• The Link of Two Mexican Mints and One Die
• Mint Sports of the Mexican Revolution
• Three Presidents, A Single Paper Money Issue: The Paradox of the “Carbajal Bonds” (Obligaciones Provisionales del Erario Federal)
• The Illiterate Engraver of Guanajuato

File size: 6.02 MB
Number of Pages: 36

US Mex Journal - March 2019

by Daniel Frank Sedwick, David Hughes, Dr. Guzman Sanchez-Schmitz, Kyle Ponterio, Cedrian Lopez-Bosch 2019

• The Counterfeit That’s Not a Counterfeit…or Is It? (The 1611 “Peso de Minas”)
• The 1935 Tabasco Muera Calles 1 Peso—Political Propaganda, or the Real Thing?
• The Defiant Snake Variety of the 1864 Mexican Imperial Centavo
• Cobs and the Maritime Sil Road: A Survey of Cobs Found in Yemen
• The Infalsificables: The Last Issue of the Constitutionalist Government

File size: 15.13 MB
Number of Pages: 40

US Mex Journal – December 2018

by Simon Prendergast, Allan Schein, David Hughes, Elmer Powell, William Sigl, Carlos Jara 2018

• Convention Report
• The Guerrero 1914 Dos Pesos “Sur”, of the Ejercito Livertador del Sur
• Notes of La Brigada Morales y Molina
• Mexican Republic Half Reales—A Seductive Series
• Provisional Royalist Silver Coinage Issued in Valladolid de Michoacan During the War of Independence

File size: 5.57 MB
Number of Pages: 36

US Mex Journal - September 2018

by Simon Prendergast, Allan Schein, David Hughes, Elmer Powell, William Sigl, Carlos Jara 20182018

• Don’t Get Fooled Again*--The Sevilla-Villa Medal and a New Revmex Counterfeit (*with apologies to The Who)
• Gobierno Provisional de Mexico Notes Were Printed in New York
• Aguila O Sol? The Mexican 20 Centavos of 1943-1974
• Proclamation Medals of Colonial Mexico: Part 2: Market Analysis
• The Short-lived Issue of the Division del Bravo
• Mexican Enhanced One Ounce Silver Libertads: 2018 Update

File size: 3.21 MB
Number of Pages: 36

US Mex Journal -- June 2018

by Various 2018

• Proclamation Medals of Colonial Mexico: Part I
• A Life in a Medal, A Most Impressive Tale
• Revolutionary Bancos

File size: 4.73 MB
Number of Pages: 32

USMEX Journal -- March 2018

by Various 2018

• Sonoran Provisional Currency: A Forensic Approach (Part VII: The Fractional Notes of 5, 10, 25 and 50 Centavos
• Wish You Were Here

File size: 5.63 MB
Number of Pages: 28

USMEX Journal -- December 2017

by Various Authors 2017

• 2017 Convention and Educational Forum Report
• The Lower California Company and Its Bank of Lower California
• Mexican Coins in Costa Rican Numismatics
• Making a Bank Note: A Study of El Banco del Estado de Chihuahua Bromide Proofs
• Private Issues of Paper Currency and the Tienda de Raya

File size: 5.21 MB
Number of Pages: 36

USMEX Journal – September 2017

by U.S. Mexican Numismatic Association 2017

• Excerpt from The 1914 Revolutionary Coinage of Durange, Mexico by David Hughes with Joe Flores
• Colorized and Gilded One Ounce Silver Libertads: An Addendum
• Philippines Overstrikes and Countermarks: Concerning Mexican Coins
• The Compania de Real del Monte y Pachuca
• The Pillar/Coining Press Medal and Its Historical Background
• El Banco de Coahuila

File size: 6.58 MB
Number of Pages: 36

USMEX Journal - June 2017

by Various 2017

• A Study of the Mexico Colorized and Gilded One Ounce Silber Libertads
• Fernando Fernandez, A Mexican Banknote Engraver and Printer…And His Relationship with the Bank of Mexico
• Discoveries and Observations About the Coinage of Assayer P, Pedro de Espina, Second Assayer of the Mexico City Mint, 1536-1541
• The Unknown Independence Coin Stamping of Monterrey in 1814

File size: 4.52 MB
Number of Pages: 32

USMEX Journal - March 2017

by Various 2017

• Letter from Terry Zimmerman about the USMexNA website
• Letters from Cory Frampton and Cedrian López-Bosch about the Banco de la República Mexicana
• Letter from Luis Wulschner with more information on “Di Sotto In Su”
• Letter from Pablo Luna Herrera about platinum coins and medals
• The vales of the Comisión Monetaria: a brief paper money issue after the chaos of the revolution
• An Overview of Charles and Joanna Coinage from the Mexico City mint
• Tokens from the Hacienda de Tomendan in Taretan
• Revolutionary currency of Durango: Part II

File size: 6.86 MB
Number of Pages: 36

USMEX Journal – December 2016

by Various 2016

• 2016 Convention and Educational Forum Report
• Puzzling Changes in the Cross and Tressure Designs on Mexican Escudos 1711-1714
• The Owl, Mexicali
• A Trial Strike for Mexico’s Ferdinand VI Proclamation Medal
• Proofs and Specimens of El Banco de la Republica Mexicana: A Failed Attempt to Create a Single Bank of Issue After the 1917 Constitution

File size: 3.02 MB
Number of Pages: 36

USMEX Journal – September 2016

by Various 2016

• The Assayers of the Mint of Mexico During the Reigns of Philip V and Louis I
• Revolutionary Paper Currency of Durango – Part I
• Di Sotto In Su

File size: 3.18 MB
Number of Pages: 36

USMEX Journal – June 2016

by Various 2016

• When Did the Mexico City Mint Produce Its Last Gold Cobs?
• Assayers of the Mint of Mexico City During the Columnario (Pillar) Coinage (1732-1771) and the Bust Coinage (1772-1821)
• Revolutionary Paper Money of the West Coast (Part VII: Colima)
• Platinum Coins and Medals in Mexico
• The Cedar Mine, Coahuila
• A Compilation and Collector’s Checklist of the Milled Columnario Half Reales of the Mexico City Mint (1732-1771)

File size: 2.84 MB
Number of Pages: 36

USMEX Journal – March 2016

by Various 2016

• “Tumbaga Saga” Treasure of the Conquistadores in Mexico
• Rediscovery of Two Zamora Municipal Tokens
• Revolutionary Money of the West Coast (Part VI: Baja California)

File size: 3.95 MB
Number of Pages: 32

USMEX Journal – December 2015

by Various 2015

• Mexican 8 Reales and Their Use Between America and Japan
• Report of Hacienda Los Espinos Paper Money
• Mexican Independence Coins of Eight Real—Indexes of Numismatic Availability—Pina & Mina
• Revolutionary Paper Money of the West Coast (Part V: General Rafael Buelna)

File size: 2.78 MB
Number of Pages: 32

USMEX Journal – September 2015

by Various 2015

• Counterfeit Portrait Eight Reales
• Guillermo Purcell y Cia
• Some Varieties for the 1/8 Real from Nueva Vizcaya during the Empire of Augustin de Iturbide: 1821-1823
• The Short-lived Mint of Tlalpam
• Counterfeit $20 Banco de Londres y Mexico Notes

File size: 2.94 MB
Number of Pages: 32

USMEX Journal – June 2015

by Various 2015

• Who Were Mexico City Mint Assayers L and J (1677-1723)?
• Henry Middleton, the Banco De Jalisco Forger
• The Fate of Mexican Colonial Coinage
• Manuel Pelaez, Independent Military Commander in the State of Veracruz
• The Power of Words: A Tale of Two Decrees
• Colonial “Cob” Coinage of Philip II and Philip III: A Brief Overview

File size: 7.48 MB
Number of Pages: 36

USMEX Journal – March 2015

by Various 2015

• Validation Stamps of the War for Independence, Part 2
• Checklist of Spanish Colonial Milled 8 Reales of Mexico
• The Brothers Bezerra: A Tale of Two Assayers
• Two Nineteenth Century Issues from Durango: Correspondence from the ABNC Files
• Mexico City, 8 Reales, Charles-Joanna, “Early Series,” Assayer R (Rincon), Extremely Important “First Dollar of the New World,” Three Known, NGC XF 45
• Revolutionary Paper Money of the West Coast (Part IV: The Federal “Siege Notes” and Constitutionalist Issue of Mazatlan

File size: 2.69 MB
Number of Pages: 36

USMEX Journal – December 2014

by Various 2014

• 2014 Convention
• Validation Stamps of the War for Independence, Part I
• Paper Money of the Guerrero Revolutionaries
• The Curious Case of Mexico’s 1888 50 Centavos
• Revolutionary Paper Money of the West Coast (Part III: General Manual Dieguez)

File size: 6.81 MB
Number of Pages: 36

USMEX Journal – September 2014

by Various 2014

• Supplemental Mintage Data—Mexican Gold Coins (1875-1879)
• Notes of the Tesoreria General of Oaxaca de Juarez
• The 1915 Coinage of the Sierra Norte de Puebla and Its Protaganists
• Report on a New Find in the Dos Pesos Series from Guerrero
• Revolutionary Paper Money of the West Coast (Part II: General Alvaro Obregon’s Ejercito del Noroeste

File size: 6.17 MB
Number of Pages: 36

USMEX Journal - June 2014

by Various 2014

• Varieties of the 1714 Mexico City 8 Escudos
• The Proof Re-strike and Mule Proclamation Medals of Mexico: The Story of Father Augustin Fischer and George Steele Skilton
• Revolutionary Paper Money of the West Coast (Part I: Felipe Riveros)
• Study of Mexico’s Pre-libertad Silver Onzas (1949, 1978-1980)
• Shipwrecks and Mexican Coins (Part II)

File size: 6.29 MB
Number of Pages: 36

USMEX Journal - March 2014

by Various 2014

• On the Authenticity of the 1899 Mexican One Centavo: Revisiting the Issues
• The Gobierno Provisional de Mexico Issues (Mexico and Veracruz)
• Mexican Banknotes of Emperor Maximilian
• Shipwrecks and Mexican Coins (Part I)

File size: 6.3 MB
Number of Pages: 36

USMEX Journal - December 2013

by Various 2013

• The Unification of the Colonial Mints During the Reign of Charles III
• Manuel Suarez’s Notes in National Gold, Torreon, Coahuila 1917
• 1899: A Tough Year to Collect a Centavo
• 20th Century Mexico—Study of the Francisco Madero 20 Centavos (1974-1983)
• Gloria Faure and the Five Pesos Banco de Mexico

File size: 4.01 MB
Number of Pages: 36

USMEX Journal - September 2013

by Various 2013

• Banco De Mexico Notes Printed by the American Bank Note Company
• Hypothesis on the True History and Origin of the So-called 1914 Durango “Denver” 1 Centavo and 5 Centavos
• 1811-1822 Chihuahua Eight Reales Metallurgical XRF Study

File size: 2.85 MB
Number of Pages: 36

USMEX Journal - June 2013

by Various 2013

• Misattributed and Overlooked: A Rare Necessity Issue Is Looking for Its Rightful Place Among the Mexican War for Independence Issues
• 8 Reales of the Provisional Mint of Zacatecas
• Context of the Zacatecas State Copper Design
• Revolutionary Mexico—Study of the 1915 Jalisco 2 Centavos Varieties
• The American Bank Note—The Old Floozie
• The Jeweled Cross Series of 1979-1699 (Part II)

File size: 6.32 MB
Number of Pages: 36

USMEX Journal - March 2013

by Various 2013

• Spanish Colonial Copper Coinage of the Mexico City Mint
• The Jeweled Cross Series of 1679-1699 (Part I)
• Sonoran Provisional Currency: A Forensic Approach (Part VI)
• A Rare and Important Mexican Colonial Medal
• The Clashed Ear Maximilian Peso, 1866-Potosi
• Counterfeit $10 Banco Minero de Chihuahua Notes

File size: 3.65 MB
Number of Pages: 32

USMEX Journal - December 2012

by Various 2012

• Convention Report
• A Study of the 1914 Durango “Denver” 1 Centavo and 5 Centavos
• Sonoran Provisional Currency: A Forensic Approach (Part V)

File size: 4.23 MB
Number of Pages: 36

USMEX Journal - September 2012

by Various 2012

• The Evolution of Mexican Symbolism
• Sonoran Provisional Currency: A Forensic Approach (Part IV)
• Mexico’s Caballito Peso

File size: 3.42 MB
Number of Pages: 32

USMEX Journal - June 2012

by Various 2012

• Revolutionary Mexico—Study of the Amecameca 20 Centavos
• The Mystery of the Zapoteca Indian Gold Proclamation
• The Face of an Angel

File size: 3.12 MB
Number of Pages: 32

USMEX Journal - March 2012

by Various 2012

• Compendio de la Moneda de la Revolucion Mexicana
• The First Issue of the Supreme Junta of Zitacuraro and Theories on Early Mexican Symbolism
• Historical Discussion and Documentation of the Varieties of the 1915 Zapatista One Centavo of the Mexico City Mint
• Sonoran Provisional Currency: A Forensic Approach (Part III)

File size: 3.01 MB
Number of Pages: 32

USMEX Journal - December 2011

by Various 2011

• New 1824 Mo Hookneck ½ Real Eagle Die Reported
• Known Examples of the Early ‘Muera Huerta’ Pattern
• Sonoran Provisional Currency: A Forensic Approach (Part II)
• La Caja de la Brigada Caballero $20 Note

File size: 2.25 MB
Number of Pages: 32

USMEX Journal - August 2011

by Various 2011

• 1866 Mexico Maximilian 20 Peso Gold
• Bogus Modern Reproductions
• Sonoran Provisional Currency: A Forensic Approach (Part I)

File size: 7.63 MB
Number of Pages: 32

USMEX Journal - April 2011

by Various 2012

• Numismatic Reminiscences of Imperial Mexico, 1863-1867
• Private Issues of the Mines of Guanajuato
• 1814 Guadalajara 1 Real: A Die Variety Study
• Mexican 50 Peso Gold Coins
• Report of a New Die for the Durango 1 Centavo 1914

File size: 34.53 MB
Number of Pages: 32

USMEX Journal – January 2011

by Various 2011

• Patterns, Pretensions, and the Guanajuato Mint
• Fool’s Gold
• General Michelena’s Hookneck Eight Escudos
• Gertrudis Sanchez Cartones
• Introduction to the Medio Real Series

File size: 42.47 MB
Number of Pages: 36

USMEX Journal - October 2010

by Various 2010

• Collecting Banco de Mexico “Azteca” Peso
• 5 Centavos Tetela del Oro y Ocampo, Puebla
• The Emergency Issues of Hidalgo del Parral, Chihuahua
• Banco Nacional de Texas and Iturbide Currency
• Paper Money of the State of Tlaxcala

File size: 9.74 MB
Number of Pages: 32

US Mex Journal – December 2009

by Various 2009

• The Castles and Lions on Cross—Part II
• The Palmarejo Railroad Token
• The Legend: Independencia Y Libertad
• Hacienda Tokens

File size: 8.25 MB
Number of Pages: 28

US Mex Journal – September 2009

by Various 2009

• Update on 5 Peso Commemorative Series for the Centennial of the Mexican Revolution and the Bicentennial of the Independence
• The Coinage of Mexico Struck During the Reign of Charles and Johanna
• The Castles and Lions on Cross—Part I

File size: 8.58 MB
Number of Pages: 28

US Mex Journal – June 2009

by Various 2009

• A Narrative of the Policies Used by the United States To End French Intervention in Mexico, 1861-1867
• Mexico Releases New Issues of the 5 Peso Commemoratives Commemorating the Centennial of the Mexican Revolution and the Bicentennial of the Independence
• Mexican History and Numismatics
• Highlights of Mexican Numismatics
• Dona Josefa Ortiz de Dominguez, Heroine of Mexican Independence

File size: 8.56 MB
Number of Pages: 28

US Mex Journal – March 2009

by Various 2009

• The Mexican State of Coahuila and Texas
• The Hegemony of Spanish Silver in the 18th Century
• A Defense of Hacienda Tokens
• The Emperor Cousins of The Americas
• Forgeries. . . .What?

File size: 7.89 MB
Number of Pages: 28

US Mex Journal – December 2008

by Various 2008

• A Study of the Minor Silver Reales of the Hermosillo Mint
• Mexico Releases New Five Peso Commemorative Series

File size: 7.73 MB
Number of Pages: 28

US Mex Journal – September 2008

by Various 2008

• Revalidation Hand Stamps on Mexican Currency, Resello (Overstamps)
• The Gold Half Escudos of Mexico
• Recently Discovered Multilingual Notes Payable in New York, San Antonio, Eagle Pass and Laredo

File size: 8.31 MB
Number of Pages: 28

US Mex Journal – June 2008

by Various 2008

• A Survey of the Four Reales of Mexico
• Numismatics in Mexico City

File size: 2.36 MB
Number of Pages: 28

US Mex Journal – March 2008

by Various 2008

• Carvajal Woodhouse Bonds: Estados Unidos de Mexico, Estados TaTamaullipas and San Luis Potosi, July 4, 1865
• New Varieties of Hidalgo Notes Have Been Identified
• The Balance Scale Quarters of the Republic of Mexico

File size: 2.62 MB
Number of Pages: 28

US Mex Journal – December 2007

by Various 2007

• Bertita Harding, Authoress of “The Phantom Crown”

File size: 2.41 MB
Number of Pages: 28

US Mex Journal – September 2007

by Various 2007

• Traveling to Mexico
• Don Vito Alessio Robles, Mexican Historian

File size: 7.75 MB
Number of Pages: 28

US Mex Journal – June 2007

by Various 2007

• Early Lineage of the First Oaxaca Mint
• Another Minacious Coin
• John Reed’s “What About Mexico?”: The United States and the Mexican Revolution
• Highlights of Mexican Numismatics

File size: 8.82 MB
Number of Pages: 28

US Mex Journal – March 2007

by Various 2007

• The Mystic Trip of a Chihuahua Five Centavos
• The Municipal Coins of Colima

File size: 7.99 MB
Number of Pages: 28

US Mex Journal – December 2006

by Various 2006

• General Lucio Blanco and his South Texas Cattle Agent, Ismael Montalvo

File size: 2.73 MB
Number of Pages: 28

US Mex Journal – September 2006

by Various 2006

• The Aztec Influence on Mexican Numismatics
• A Genius of Horseback
• The Palmarejo Railroad Token
• A Defense of Hacienda Tokens

File size: 3.2 MB
Number of Pages: 28

US Mex Journal – June 2006

by Various 2006

• The Coinage Programs of Mexico
• Articles from the Past: “Origin of the Eagle on Mexican Coins” and “Durango Two Reales of 1824”
• The Durango Mint Pattern 8 Reales of 1840

File size: 2.9 MB
Number of Pages: 28

US Mex Journal – March 2006

by Various 2006

• The Transitional 8 Reales of Philip V Struck at the Mexico City Mint
• The One Peso 1982 “RA” Engraver Initials
• Do You Have a Pancho Villa Undiscovered Note in Your Collection?????

File size: 7.81 MB
Number of Pages: 28

US Mex Journal – December 2005

by Various 2005

• Sources of Art on Paper Money
• The Somers Medal
• Mexico Issues Coin Commemorating “Don Quixtoe”

File size: 2.92 MB
Number of Pages: 28

US Mex Journal – September 2005

by Various 2005

• Foreword written by Carleton Beals to book Maximiliam Emperor of Mexico: Memoirs of his Private Secretary Jose Luis Blasio
• The Specimen Issues of the Cananea Consolidated Co., S.A. Cananea, Mexico The Williwood Meador Collection: Pancho Villa and the Border Revolution

File size: 2.78 MB
Number of Pages: 28

US Mex Journal – June 2005

by Various 2005

• Viva la Revolucion: Manuel Sevilla (Engraver-Artist)
• Gold Coins of the Early Mexican Republic, 1823-1873 (A Book Review)
• The Value of the Currency

File size: 2.87 MB
Number of Pages: 28

US Mex Journal – March 2005

by Various 2005

• Coins of Charles & Johanna Struck in the First Mint of The Americas in Mexico City 1536-1572

File size: 2.59 MB
Number of Pages: 28

US Mex Journal – December 2004

by Various 2004

• Response to Dr. Wulschner’s Article, ‘Pre-revolutionary Vouchers of the Mining Company “La Republica’”
• Understanding the Nomenclature of the Colonial Copper Coinage 1814-1821
• The Insignia and Medals of the Aztec Club of 1847

File size: 3.33 MB
Number of Pages: 28

US Mex Journal – September 2004

by Various 2004

• Pre-revolutionary Vouchers of the Mining Company “La Republica”. A Numismatic Discovery
• El Banco de Londres Mexico Y Sud America

File size: 3.24 MB
Number of Pages: 28

US Mex Journal – June 2004

by Various 2004

• Republic of Mexico 8 Reales Trial Strike in Copper without Mintmark
• Clyde Hubbard, Grand Promotor of Mexican Coins
• Protecting Yourself Against Online Auction Fraud

File size: 3.42 MB
Number of Pages: 28

US Mex Journal – March 2004

by Various 2004

• Republic of Mexico 8 Reales Trial Strike in Copper without Mintmark
• The Federales in Guaymas
• Gold Across the Ages

File size: 2.86 MB
Number of Pages: 28

US Mex Journal – December 2003

by Various 2003

• “Viva la Revolucion” The Money of the Mexican Revolution Exhibit Opens at the ANA Museum
• Mexico Issues Commemorative State Series

File size: 2.64 MB
Number of Pages: 28

US Mex Journal – September 2003

by Various 2003

• “Viva la Revolucion?” New Money Museum Exhibit Tell Story of Mexico’s Revolution
• Carlos Esparza and the “Territory of the Rio Grande”
• Princess in Blue
• News Release: The Treasure of Cri Cri

File size: 2.73 MB
Number of Pages: 28

US Mex Journal – June 2003

by Various 2003

• Pre-Columbian Coinage Program—Part II
• Silver Quarter Real Counterfeit
• One Real San Luis Potosi 1842, JS or PS?
• First Hand Report on Mexican Revolution in Chihuahua, June 17, 1912

File size: 2.55 MB
Number of Pages: 28

US Mex Journal – March 2003

by Various 2003

• Libertad Varieties
• Pre-Columbian Coinage Program—Part I
• A Mini-hoard of Large Centavos

File size: 2.8 MB
Number of Pages: 28

US Mex Journal – December 2002

by Various 2002

• News Release: (1538) Charles and Johanna 8 Reales Discovered
• A Home-made Gift
• Mexican Coins – Varietype
• Chopmarked Mexican Cap and Ray 8 Reales

File size: 3.11 MB
Number of Pages: 28

US Mex Journal – September 2002

by Various 2002

• The Three North American Mint Directors Meet at Mexico City Convention
• Obverse and Reverse in Antiquity and in Mexico
• Rim Lettering on Early Libertads, 1982-1989

File size: 2.64 MB
Number of Pages: 28

US Mex Journal – June 2002

by Various 2002

• The Revolution Corner: Chihuahua-Parral 2 Peso, G.B 80
• Mexican Coins Used on Obsolete Currency of the United States

File size: 2.49 MB
Number of Pages: 28

US Mex Journal – March 2002

by Various 2002

• The Coinage of Mexico Struck During the Reign of Charles and Johanna
• Pillar Coinage of Latin America, 1732-1772

File size: 2.77 MB
Number of Pages: 28

US Mex Journal – December 2001

by Various 2001

• A High Quality Brass Zacatecas 1825 Quartilla
• Obverse and Reverse
• Monedas Emitidas Por el Gobierno de Republica 1863-1867 (Coins Issued by the Government of the Republic during Maximilian’s Empire 1863-1867) (Part II)
• Maximilian of Austria
• Fraudulent Tokens Reappear in Guadalajara

File size: 3.12 MB
Number of Pages: 28

US Mex Journal – September 2001

by Various 2001

• An Interesting Variety and Price Clarification of the 1836 Jalisco Quartilla
• Visiting Mexican Coin Shows and Returning
• Monedas Emitidas Por el Gobierno de Republica 1863-1867 (Coins Issued by the Government of the Republic during Maximilian’s Empire 1863-1867) (Part I)

File size: 3.1 MB
Number of Pages: 28

US Mex Journal – June 2001

by Various 2001

• The 1867 SLP Quartilla Overstrike
• Two Cannon for Madero
• The Tesoreria General del Estado Notes of the Ejercito Libertador
• Sonora Cuartillas

File size: 2.75 MB
Number of Pages: 28

US Mex Journal – March 2001

by Various 2001

• Libertad Mintage Figures Released
• Collecting the Republic Period of Mexico and Her Capital Coins
• Imperial Order of the Mexican Eagle

File size: 2.43 MB
Number of Pages: 28

US Mex Journal – December 2000

by Various 2000

• The Alonso Manuel Regil Tokens
• A Note on an Interesting Counterfeit 1869GoS 10 Centavos
• 1754 Mexico MM, Crowns Alike, Eight Reales
• The Republic Period of Mexico and Her Capital Coins
• Carranza’s Validation of the Earliest Dos Caritas

File size: 3.09 MB
Number of Pages: 28

US Mex Journal – October 2000

by Various 2000

• Influencia de Plata Gruesa (Second Installment)
• The 1840/38/31 Durango 8 Reales as an Illustration of Mexican Minting Methods in the Nineteenth Century

File size: 2.89 MB
Number of Pages: 28

US Mex Journal – June 2000

by Various 2000

• Varieties of Modern Mexico Coinage
• Mexican Haciendas and Their Tokens
• My Experiences in Collecting Republic Balance Scale Quarters
• Influencia de Plata Gruesa (First Installment)

File size: 2.96 MB
Number of Pages: 28

US Mex Journal – March 2000

by Various 2000

• An Itemized Listing of the Published Mexican Royal Eight Escudos
• The Tlacos of Ferdinand VII
• State Seal or Validation Stamp?
• Mexican Coins of Early Virginia

File size: 3.19 MB
Number of Pages: 28

US Mex Journal – December 1999

by Various 1999

• The 1913 Coinage of Hidalgo del Parral
• Two Bit Heads
• Norton I, Emperor of the United States and Protector of Mexico

File size: 3.12 MB
Number of Pages: 28

US Mex Journal – September 1999

by Various 1999

• Collecting Mexican Coins
• Remembrances of a Memorial to Emperor Maximilian of Mexico
• You Can Be an Exhibitor
• Mexico Releases Their 1999/2000 Millennium Coin Collection

File size: 3.14 MB
Number of Pages: 28

US Mex Journal – June 1999

by Various 1999

• The John Jay Pittman Auction, Part Three
• The Numismatics of Emperor Agustin de Iturbide of Mexico
• 1st Aero Squadron in Pursuit of Pancho Villa

File size: 4.09 MB
Number of Pages: 36

US Mex Journal – March 1999

by Various 1999

• Municipal Coinage of Mexico
• The Texas Jola

File size: 3.2 MB
Number of Pages: 28

US Mex Journal – December 1998

by Various 1998

• Cob Coinage of Philip III
• The Numismatics of Spanish Colonial Mexico (Part IV)
• Banco de Mexico Releases the Toltec Coin Collection, the Sixth and Final Series

File size: 4.06 MB
Number of Pages: 36

US Mex Journal – September 1998

by Various 1998

• The Numismatics of Spanish Colonial Mexico (Part III)
• Juan Corina’s Spy: Elena Villarreal de Ferrer

File size: 3.68 MB
Number of Pages: 30

US Mex Journal – June 1998

by Various 1998

• Banking in Yucatan, Mexico
• Fantasy Tokens from Guadalajara
• The Numismatics of Spanish Colonial Mexico (Part II)

File size: 3.08 MB
Number of Pages: 36

US Mex Journal – March 1998

by Various 1998

• Mexican Decimal Coinage: The Second Empire and the Republic of Mexico 1864 – 1905 (Book Review)
• Collecting Mexican Coins
• Cataloging Mexican Tokens
• The Numismatics of Spanish Colonial Mexico (Part I)

File size: 3.12 MB
Number of Pages: 28

US Mex Journal – December 1997

by Various 1997

• The Imperial Order of Guadalupe Under Emperor Maximilian of Mexico
• Gringo Medico Revoltoso
• Another Die Variety of the 1823 Mexican Republic Eight Reales
• Mexican Border Service
• The Silver Spoons of the Mexico Revolution

File size: 4.39 MB
Number of Pages: 36

 
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The Metallurgy of Honduras Provincial Reales

by John Lorenzo 2019

A discussion of the minting process of the Tegucigalpa mint.

File size: 0.31 MB
Number of Pages: 7