For Mexico stamps, I would start with Scott as it has good photographs of almost all of the issues, but does not go beyond the basic catalog numbering. An older edition would suffice, just make sure its new enough for color images.
For additional detail and information about the district and shipment overprints, probably the best descriptive catalog for Mexico stamps for the period you note is Nicholas Folensbee's "A Catalog of the Stamps of Mexico 1856-1910"
, which has been published in a number of editions. For basic information and no need for values, any edition should be adequate for identification. Check eBay
There are several catalogs for Mexico Revenues. The newest and probably best is Michael Roberts, "Mexico's Revenue Stamps"
, which was published in a digital DVD format early in 2019. It is a significantly expanded revision (525 pages) of the print edition published about 2001 (250 pages). I just looked in my recent issues of Mexicana Journal
but could not locate order information. If I can find it, I'll post it later. It was, as I recall, very reasonably priced in this format. It was not considered economically practical to publish this as a print edition because of the size.