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Lot #109605 - Colonial Currency > Connecticut - ($ 25.00 - $ 50.00)
CT-212 5 Shillings June 19, 1776
Backed.
Grade: VG   
Lot #109606 - Colonial Currency > Maryland - ($ 150.00 - $ 300.00)
MD-69 $6 April 10, 1774
A pretty and fresh note.
Grade: AU   
Lot #109607 - Colonial Currency > Maryland - ($ 125.00 - $ 250.00)
MD-69 $6 April 10, 1774
Number 790 with red ink on the back.
Grade: VF/XF   
Lot #109608 - Confederate Items - ($ 100.00 - $ 200.00)
T-39 $100 August 21, 1862
Straight steam with three Augusta stamps.
Grade: Ch. AU   
Lot #109609 - Confederate Items - ($ 100.00 - $ 200.00)
T-39 $100 July 28, 1862
Straight steam with Montgomery and Augusta stamps.
Grade: Ch. AU   
Lot #109610 - Confederate Items - ($ 75.00 - $ 150.00)
T-39 $100 June 30, 1862
Straight steam with three stamps including Augusta and Montgomery.
Grade: VF/XF   
Lot #109611 - Confederate Items - ($ 75.00 - $ 150.00)
T-39 $100 June 5, 1862
Straight steam engine. Small hole near center.
Grade: VF/XF   
Lot #109612 - Confederate Items - ($ 100.00 - $ 200.00)
T-40 $100 September 23, 1862
No steam visible. Three stamps from Augusta and Montgomery.
Grade: Ch. AU   
Lot #109613 - Confederate Items - ($ 50.00 - $ 100.00)
T-40 $100 September 11, 1862
No steam. Three stamps from Augusta on back. There is part of another note stuck to the bottom corner.
Grade: XF   
Lot #109614 - Confederate Items - ($ 100.00 - $ 200.00)
T-41 $100 1863
Slaves working cotton. Four stamps on back.
Grade: Ch. AU   
Lot #109615 - Confederate Items - ($ 100.00 - $ 200.00)
T-41 $100 October 29, 1862
Slaves working cotton fields. Two Augusta stamps.
Grade: Ch. AU   
Lot #109616 - Confederate Items - ($ 100.00 - $ 200.00)
T-41 $100 December 15, 1862
Fresh and original. Slaves working in fields. Two Augusta stamps and a round stamp that I cannot read.
Grade: XF/AU   
Lot #109617 - Confederate Items - ($ 75.00 - $ 150.00)
T-41 $100 1862
Augusta and Montgomery stamps.
Grade: XF   
Lot #109618 - Confederate Items - ($ 75.00 - $ 150.00)
T-41 $100 December 8, 1862
Two Augusta stamps on back.
Grade: VF+   
Lot #109619 - Confederate Items - ($ 75.00 - $ 150.00)
T-41 $100 September 25, 1862
Slaves working in a cotton field. Three stamps including Augusta and Savannah.
Grade: VF   
Lot #109620 - Confederate Items - ($ 350.00 - $ 700.00)
T-64 $100 February 17, 1864
Pretty and desirable for every type set.
Grade: VF/XF   
Lot #109621 - Confederate Items - ($ 100.00 - $ 200.00)
T-65 $100 February 17, 1864
Nice note with reasonable centering.
Grade: CU   
Lot #109622 - Confederate Items - ($ 100.00 - $ 200.00)
Lot of Confederate Notes
Three notes including a T-65 $100 (VF), T-67 $20 (AU) and a 1861 $10 cancelled fantasy note.
Grade: VF-AU   
Lot #109623 - Confederate Items - ($ 125.00 - $ 250.00)
T-66, T-67, T-68, T-69 $5, $10, $20, $50 February 17,1864
Set of four. The $50 has a spot or two.
Grade: VF   
Lot #109624 - Confederate Items - ($ 60.00 - $ 120.00)
T-67 $20 February 17, 1864
Nice quality and well centered.
Grade: CU   
Lot #109625 - Confederate Items - ($ 100.00 - $ 200.00)
T-67, T-68, T-69 $20, $10, $5 February 17, 1864
Three notes.
Grade: VF, XF, AU   
Lot #109626 - Confederate Items - ($ 20.00 - $ 40.00)
T132-172 $100 Confederate States of America
100 issued on bluish banknote paper and signed by Rose with 6 attached coupons. Wojciechowski, Litho in lower right hand corner with a "This bond....who issues it" overprint. Hole at center.
Grade: Fine   
Lot #109627 - Fractional Currency - ($ 400.00 - $ 800.00)
Fr. 1226-27spwmf 3c Third Issue
A lovely 3c pair of wide margin face and back.
Grade: PMG Ch. AU 58, Ch. UNC 64   
Lot #109628 - Fractional Currency - ($ 50.00 - $ 100.00)
Fr. 1232SP 5c Second Issue Narrow Margin Back
A nice sharp problem free back without ABNC monogram.
Grade: AU   
Lot #109629 - Fractional Currency - ($ 50.00 - $ 100.00)
Fr. 1259 10c Fourth Issue
Excellent blue end paper.
Grade: AU   
Lot #109630 - Fractional Currency - ($ 100.00 - $ 200.00)
Fr. 1272 15c Third Issue
This scarce design was only on shields or specimens.
Grade: PMG VF 25   
Lot #109631 - Fractional Currency - ($ 750.00 - $ 1,250.00)
Fr. 1303 25c Fourth Issue
A lovely Gem that is fresh and original with great color. Seldom seen as Gems and rightfully valuable as such.
Grade: PMG Gem UNC 65 EPQ   
Lot #109632 - Fractional Currency - ($ 50.00 - $ 100.00)
Fr. 1312 50c First Issue
PCGS notes minor paper pulls.
Grade: PCGS AU 55   
Lot #109633 - Fractional Currency - ($ 200.00 - $ 400.00)
Fr. 1318 50c Second Issue
With Surcharge "18-63" and "1". PCGS notes minor mounting remnants.
Grade: PCGS Ch. UNC 64   
Lot #109634 - Fractional Currency - ($ 200.00 - $ 300.00)
Fr. 1324 50c Third Issue
Scarce and popular red back with a nice unc grade.
Grade: PMG Ch. UNC 63 EPQ   
Lot #109635 - Fractional Currency - ($ 250.00 - $ 500.00)
Fr. 1376 50c Fourth Issue
A real beauty with a minor corner tip bend.
Grade: PMG Ch. AU 58 EPQ   
Lot #109636 - Fractional Currency - ($ 175.00 - $ 350.00)
Fr. 1376 50c Fourth Issue
Great type with beautiful color and originality.
Grade: PMG AU 55 EPQ   
Lot #109637 - Fractional Currency - ($ 250.00 - $ 500.00)
Lot of Fractional Notes
Five pieces including Fr. 1226 (AU), two Fr. 1238 (AU), Fr. 1379 (XF) and Fr. 1381 (XF/AU).
Grade: Mixed   
Lot #109638 - Fractional Currency - ($ 300.00 - $ 500.00)
Lot of Miscellaneous Fractionals
19 pieces, all spurious.
Grade: Avg. Fine   
Lot #109639 - Error Notes > Federal Reserve Notes - ($ 300.00 - $ 600.00)
Fr. 1911-E $1 1981 Richmond E-A Cutting Error
$1.25 note with flag from adjacent note at lower right containing the entire "1" denomination indicator.
Grade: PCGS Very Ch. New 64   
Lot #109640 - Error Notes > Federal Reserve Notes - ($ 750.00 - $ 1,500.00)
Fr. 1926-D* $1 2001* Philadelphia C-* Print Shift Error
An extraordinary shift on the third printing of this cool star wonder error!
Grade: Gem CU   
Lot #109641 - Error Notes > Federal Reserve Notes - ($ 400.00 - $ 800.00)
Fr. 1928-E $1 2003 Richmond E-C Folding Error
A wonderful folding error that has left the green seal missing on the face and visible with some serial number on the back.
Grade: CU   
Lot #109642 - Error Notes > Federal Reserve Notes - ($ 1,250.00 - $ 2,500.00)
Fr. 2180-B $100 2006 New York Misalignment Error
A gorgeous top tier error on this 2006 New York big head from New York. The seal is misaligned causing a dramatic double seal. One on top and the other on the bottom.
Grade: PMG Gem UNC 65 EPQ   
Lot #109643 - Small Size Type Notes > Legal Tender - ($ 50.00 - $ 100.00)
Fr. 1505 $2 1928-D C-A
A nice fresh unc.
Grade: Ch. CU   
Lot #109644 - Small Size Type Notes > Legal Tender - ($ 1,000.00 - $ 15,000.00)
Fr. 1508* $2 1928-G *-A
A gorgeous, fresh, well centered Gam star. There are some 66 grade stars and they always sell well. A 68 realized $3720 a couple of years ago. A beauty.
Grade: PMG Gem UNC 66 EPQ   
Lot #109645 - Small Size Type Notes > Legal Tender - ($ 1,200.00 - $ 1,600.00)
Fr. 1513 $2 1963 A-A
Mixed pack of 100 1963 deuces.
Grade: CU   
Lot #109646 - Small Size Type Notes > Legal Tender - ($ 10.00 - $ 20.00)
Fr. 1514 $2 1963-A A-A
Fresh and clean.
Grade: Ch. CU   
Lot #109647 - Small Size Type Notes > Legal Tender - ($ 100.00 - $ 200.00)
Lot of $2 Legal Tender Stars
Ten notes. Two 1953 (graffiti and missing corner), two 1953-A, two 1953-C and four 1963. Several with flaws. Sold as is, no returns.
Grade: F-XF   
Lot #109648 - Small Size Type Notes > Legal Tender - ($ 75.00 - $ 100.00)
Lot of $2 Legal Tenders
Four notes including: one 1953 (Ch. CU), one 1953-B (CU), one 1963 (CU) and one 1963-A (Ch. CU).
Grade: CU-Ch. CU   
Lot #109649 - Small Size Type Notes > Silver Certificates - ($ 100.00 - $ 200.00)
Fr. 1600 $1 1928 C-A, H-A
Two pieces.
Grade: CU   
Lot #109650 - Small Size Type Notes > Silver Certificates - ($ 100.00 - $ 200.00)
Fr. 1600 $1 1928
Six nice looking funny backs that show some aging.
Grade: VF/XF   
Lot #109651 - Small Size Type Notes > Silver Certificates - ($ 70.00 - $ 120.00)
Fr. 1601 $1 1928-A H-A
Fresh.
Grade: Ch. CU   
Lot #109652 - Small Size Type Notes > Silver Certificates - ($ 100.00 - $ 200.00)
Fr. 1601 $1 1928-A
Four pieces with a single fold.
Grade: AU   
Lot #109653 - Small Size Type Notes > Silver Certificates - ($ 100.00 - $ 200.00)
Fr. 1601 $1 1928-A
Six notes that are nice looking for the grade.
Grade: VF-VF+   
Lot #109654 - Small Size Type Notes > Silver Certificates - ($ 150.00 - $ 250.00)
Fr. 1601, 1602 $1 1928-A, 1928-B
Ten average funny backs. Five of each.
Grade: Avg. Fine   
Lot #109655 - Small Size Type Notes > Silver Certificates - ($ 50.00 - $ 100.00)
Fr. 1602 $1 1928-B G-B
Fresh and original funny back.
Grade: PCGS Ch. UNC 63 OPQ   
Lot #109656 - Small Size Type Notes > Silver Certificates - ($ 50.00 - $ 100.00)
Fr. 1602 $1 1928-B E-B, H-B
Two pieces.
Grade: VF   
Lot #109657 - Small Size Type Notes > Silver Certificates - ($ 50.00 - $ 100.00)
Fr. 1606 $1 1934 A-A
Nice funny back with a corner tip.
Grade: CU   
Lot #109658 - Small Size Type Notes > Silver Certificates - ($ 150.00 - $ 250.00)
Fr. 1606 $1 1934 D-A
Three notes with average centering.
Grade: CU   
Lot #109659 - Small Size Type Notes > Silver Certificates - ($ 60.00 - $ 100.00)
Fr. 1606 $1 1934 A-A, D-A
Three pieces.
Grade: VF,XF,XF   
Lot #109660 - Small Size Type Notes > Silver Certificates - ($ 25.00 - $ 50.00)
Fr. 1607 $1 1935 J-A
Nice Silver Certificate.
Grade: Ch. CU   
Lot #109661 - Small Size Type Notes > Silver Certificates - ($ 150.00 - $ 300.00)
Fr. 1607 $1 1935 A-A, Q-A
Five non-mules.
Grade: CU   
Lot #109662 - Small Size Type Notes > Silver Certificates - ($ 40.00 - $ 80.00)
Fr. 1618 $1 1935-H E-J
Four pieces with motto.
Grade: Ch./Gem CU   
Lot #109663 - Small Size Type Notes > Silver Certificates - ($ 20.00 - $ 40.00)
Fr. 1621* $1 1957-B *-B
*-B is scarce in 1957-B.
Grade: VF   
Lot #109664 - Small Size Type Notes > Silver Certificates - ($ 1,000.00 - $ 2,000.00)
Fr. 1654* $5 1934-D* *-A Narrow
A very scarce and pretty star.
Grade: PMG Gem UNC 65   
Lot #109665 - Small Size Type Notes > Silver Certificates - ($ 200.00 - $ 400.00)
Fr. 1654 $5 1934-D U-A Changeover Pair
Wide II / Wide I pair.
Grade: CU   
Lot #109666 - Small Size Type Notes > Silver Certificates - ($ 35.00 - $ 70.00)
Lot of $1 Silver Stars
Ten notes including: six 1935-E* (Avg. VF), three 1935-* (VG, VF, XF) and one 1935-G* (VG).
Grade: VG-XF   
Lot #109667 - Small Size Type Notes > Silver Certificates - ($ 100.00 - $ 200.00)
Lot of $1 Silver Certificates
Eleven pieces including: one 1935-A, one 1935-B, one 1935-C, one 1935-D, one 1935-E, one 1935-F, one 1935-G (Non-mule), one 1935-H, two 1935-H*(staining residue on back) and one 1957-B.
Grade: CU   
Lot #109668 - Small Size Type Notes > Silver Certificates - ($ 20.00 - $ 40.00)
Lot of $1 Silver Certificates
12 silver certificates; all with problems.
Grade: VG-Fine   
Lot #109669 - Small Size Type Notes > Silver Certificates - ($ 100.00 - $ 200.00)
Lot of Miscellaneous Silver Certificates
Thirteen $1 notes including: a 1928-A (XF), 1935-C (AU), three 1935-D (CU), two 1935-F (CU), two 1957 (CU), 1957-A (CU), 1957-A* (AU), 1957-B (AU), 1957-B (AU) and 1957-B autographed by treasurer Granahan.
Grade: Mixed   
Lot #109670 - Small Size Type Notes > Silver Certificates - ($ 50.00 - $ 100.00)
Lot of $1 Silver Certificates
17 total notes including: two 1935-A, three 1935-D, two 1935-E, three 1935-F, two 1957-A and five 1957-B (UNC).
Grade: XF-CU   
Lot #109671 - Small Size Type Notes > Silver Certificates - ($ 150.00 - $ 250.00)
Lot of $1 Silver Certificates
17 pieces including: three 1935-C, six 1935-D, one 1935-E, four 1935-F and three 1935-G.
Grade: CU   
Lot #109672 - Small Size Type Notes > Silver Certificates - ($ 60.00 - $ 120.00)
Lot of $1 Silver Certificates
31 notes including: 1935-A* [* -A] (VF), 1935-B* [ * - B] (VG), 1935-C [* - B] (VF), 1935-D [X - E] (VG), 1935-E*[ * - D] (F), 1957-A* [* - A] (Fine) and 25 various blocks of 1935-D (VF-AU).
Grade: F-AU   
Lot #109673 - Small Size Type Notes > Silver Certificates - ($ 75.00 - $ 150.00)
Lot of $5 Silver Certificates
Five notes including: one 1934 (CU), one 1953 (AU), two 1953-A (XF,XF) and one 1953-B (AU+).
Grade: XF-CU   
Lot #109674 - Small Size Type Notes > Silver Certificates - ($ 100.00 - $ 200.00)
Lot of Silvers & FRNs
Ten notes including; 1928-A $1 Z-B Experimental (VF), Seven various block 1935-A $1 (AU, AU, AU, AU, CU, CU, CU), 1934-C $5 (AU) and a 1934 $5 FRN (XF/AU)
Grade: VF-CU   
Lot #109675 - Small Size Type Notes > Federal Reserve Bank Notes - ($ 150.00 - $ 300.00)
Fr. 1860-B* $10 1929 New York B-*
Evenly circulated FRBN star.
Grade: PMG VF 30   
Lot #109676 - Small Size Type Notes > Federal Reserve Bank Notes - ($ 250.00 - $ 500.00)
Fr. 1870-A $20 1929 Boston A-A
A gorgeous Gem Boston. An absolute beauty.
Grade: PCGS Gem UNC 66 PPQ   
Lot #109677 - Small Size Type Notes > Federal Reserve Bank Notes - ($ 50.00 - $ 100.00)
Fr. 1870-I $20 1929 I-A
Nice Minneapolis $20.
Grade: VF   
Lot #109678 - Small Size Type Notes > Federal Reserve Bank Notes - ($ 50.00 - $ 100.00)
Lot of Miscellaneous Small Size Notes
Four notes. 1935-I (CU) Fr. 1536 (AU), Fr. 1620 (AU) Fr. 1870-I (XF).
Grade: XF-CU   
Lot #109679 - Small Size Type Notes > Federal Reserve Notes - ($ 250.00 - $ 500.00)
1963-A Star Set
$1, $5, $10 and $20 stars just the way they were when they were put away at issue.
Grade: Ch. Gem UNC   
Lot #109680 - Small Size Type Notes > Federal Reserve Notes - ($ 50.00 - $ 100.00)
Fr. 1900 $1 1963 A-L Set
12 notes all ending in #89.
Grade: Ch. CU/Gem   
Lot #109681 - Small Size Type Notes > Federal Reserve Notes - ($ 150.00 - $ 300.00)
Fr. 1903 $1 1969 Block Set
36 piece blocks and stars ending in #74.
Grade: Ch. CU/Gem   
Lot #109682 - Small Size Type Notes > Federal Reserve Notes - ($ 200.00 - $ 400.00)
Fr. 1900 $1 1969 Block Set
36 notes including stars all ending in #247.
Grade: Ch. CU/Gem   
Lot #109683 - Small Size Type Notes > Federal Reserve Notes - ($ 125.00 - $ 250.00)
Fr. 1904 $1 1969-A
31 notes. No Dallas star.
Grade: Ch. CU/Gem   
Lot #109684 - Small Size Type Notes > Federal Reserve Notes - ($ 150.00 - $ 300.00)
Fr. 1905 $1 1969-B Block Set
Most end in #35.
Grade: Ch. CU/Gem   
Lot #109685 - Small Size Type Notes > Federal Reserve Notes - ($ 150.00 - $ 300.00)
Fr. 1907 $1 1969-D Block Set
47 pieces.
Grade: Ch. CU/Gem   
Lot #109686 - Small Size Type Notes > Federal Reserve Notes - ($ 40.00 - $ 80.00)
Fr. 1913 $1 1985 A-L Set
12 piece set all ending in #01.
Grade: Ch. CU/Gem   
Lot #109687 - Small Size Type Notes > Federal Reserve Notes - ($ 75.00 - $ 150.00)
Fr. 1914 $1 1988 A-L Set
A-L set with each note starting with #999.
Grade: Ch. CU/Gem   
Lot #109688 - Small Size Type Notes > Federal Reserve Notes - ($ 40.00 - $ 80.00)
Fr. 1925 $1 1999 A-L Set
12 note set.
Grade: Ch. CU/Gem   
Lot #109689 - Small Size Type Notes > Federal Reserve Notes - ($ 35.00 - $ 70.00)
Fr. 1928, 1929 $1 2003 A-L Set
12 notes all ending in #01.
Grade: Ch. CU/Gem   
Lot #109690 - Small Size Type Notes > Federal Reserve Notes - ($ 20.00 - $ 40.00)
Fr. 1928-C $1 2003 Philadelphia C-A
Scarce Ft. Worth printing.
Grade: Ch. CU   
Lot #109691 - Small Size Type Notes > Federal Reserve Notes - ($ 150.00 - $ 250.00)
Lot of $1 FRN'S
84 total notes including; 36 1963 , five 1963-A ,15 1963-B, three 1969, one 1969-A, six 1969-D, nine 1995 and nine 1999.
Grade: CU   
Lot #109692 - Small Size Type Notes > Federal Reserve Notes - ($ 300.00 - $ 500.00)
Trio of Uncut Sheets
Thee sixteen subject uncut sheets. One Fr. 1911-B and two 1984-A.
Grade: Ch. CU   
Lot #109693 - Small Size Type Notes > Federal Reserve Notes - ($ 75.00 - $ 150.00)
Fr. 1935 $2 1976 A-L Set
Nice A-L 12 note set.
Grade: Ch. CU/Gem   
Lot #109694 - Small Size Type Notes > Federal Reserve Notes - ($ 50.00 - $ 100.00)
Fr. 1935-K* $2 Dallas 1976 K-*
Uncut four subject sheet.
Grade: Gem CU   
Lot #109695 - Small Size Type Notes > Federal Reserve Notes - ($ 75.00 - $ 150.00)
Fr. 1962-F $5 1950-A Atlanta F-B
Four notes. Two consecutive pair.
Grade: Ch./Gem CU   
Lot #109696 - Small Size Type Notes > Federal Reserve Notes - ($ 200.00 - $ 400.00)
Fr. 1964-E $5 1950-C Richmond E-C
13 consecutive very fresh notes.
Grade: Ch./Gem CU   
Lot #109697 - Small Size Type Notes > Federal Reserve Notes - ($ 50.00 - $ 100.00)
Fr. 1968-C* $5 1963-A* Philadelphia C-*
Two consecutive.
Grade: Gem CU   
Lot #109698 - Small Size Type Notes > Federal Reserve Notes - ($ 500.00 - $ 1,000.00)
Fr. 2004-D* $10 1934* Cleveland D-*
This is a pretty LGS note with nice centering. Fresh and original with slight handling bends.
Grade: Ch. CU   
Lot #109699 - Small Size Type Notes > Federal Reserve Notes - ($ 150.00 - $ 300.00)
Fr. 2008-I $10 1934-C Minneapolis I-A
A lovely consecutive pair.
Grade: Gem Cu   
Lot #109700 - Small Size Type Notes > Federal Reserve Notes - ($ 80.00 - $ 150.00)
Fr. 2010-E & 2010-L $10 1950 Richmond & San Francisco
Two choice $10's.
Grade: Ch. CU   
Lot #109701 - Small Size Type Notes > Federal Reserve Notes - ($ 1,250.00 - $ 2,500.00)
Fr. 2011* $10 1950-A*
Eight very pretty stars. Boston; New York; Philadelphia; Cleveland; Richmond; Atlanta; Chicago and Kansas City.
Grade: Ch./Gem CU   
Lot #109702 - Small Size Type Notes > Federal Reserve Notes - ($ 50.00 - $ 100.00)
Fr. 2012-A & 2012-L 1950-B $10 Boston & San Francisco A-C & L-B
Two pieces.
Grade: UNC; Gem CU   
Lot #109703 - Small Size Type Notes > Federal Reserve Notes - ($ 150.00 - $ 300.00)
Fr. 2012-F $10 1950-B Atlanta F-B
Five consecutive from F-B block.
Grade: Ch./Gem CU   
Lot #109704 - Small Size Type Notes > Federal Reserve Notes - ($ 250.00 - $ 500.00)
Fr. 2013-E $10 1950-C Richmond E-C
Eight consecutives.
Grade: Ch./Gem CU   
Lot #109705 - Small Size Type Notes > Federal Reserve Notes - ($ 25.00 - $ 50.00)
Fr. 2014 $10 1950-D Boston A-C
Fresh and original.
Grade: Ch. CU   
Lot #109706 - Small Size Type Notes > Federal Reserve Notes - ($ 30.00 - $ 60.00)
Fr. 2014-D $10 1950-D Cleveland D-C
Lovely D-C block.
Grade: Ch. CU   
Lot #109707 - Small Size Type Notes > Federal Reserve Notes - ($ 400.00 - $ 800.00)
Fr. 2014-J* $10 1950-D* Kansas City J-*
A true Gem and one of the best available.
Grade: PCGS Gem New 66 PPQ   
Lot #109708 - Small Size Type Notes > Federal Reserve Notes - ($ 150.00 - $ 300.00)
Fr. 2014-J* $10 1950-D* Kansas City J-*
This star has normal centering for the issue.
Grade: PCGS Very Ch. New 64 PPQ   
Lot #109709 - Small Size Type Notes > Federal Reserve Notes - ($ 1,250.00 - $ 2,500.00)
Fr. 2035-D* $10 2001* Cleveland D-*
Cleveland consecutive stars. 00465543-600. 52 pieces.
Grade: Ch./Gem CU   
Lot #109710 - Small Size Type Notes > Federal Reserve Notes - ($ 600.00 - $ 1,200.00)
Lot of $10 FRN Stars
36 big head non-colored stars. About 50/50 circulated/uncirculated.
Grade: VF-CU   
Lot #109711 - Small Size Type Notes > Federal Reserve Notes - ($ 40.00 - $ 80.00)
Fr. 2066-F* $20 Atlanta 1963-A* F-*
Better star note.
Grade: VF+   
Lot #109712 - Small Size Type Notes > Federal Reserve Notes - ($ 1,000.00 - $ 2,000.00)
Fr. 2072 $20 1977 A-L District Set
28 pieces. All blocks and no stars.
Grade: Ch./Gem CU   
Lot #109713 - Small Size Type Notes > Federal Reserve Notes - ($ 200.00 - $ 400.00)
Fr. 2111-B & 2111-B* $50 1950-D* New York B-A & B-*
Nice NY pair.
Grade: Ch. CU   
Lot #109714 - Small Size Type Notes > Federal Reserve Notes - ($ 350.00 - $ 600.00)
Fr. 2124-I, 2126-B, 2126-L $50 1990, 1996 Minneapolis, New York, San Francisco
Four nice Gem $50's.
Grade: Gem CU   
Lot #109715 - Small Size Type Notes > Federal Reserve Notes - ($ 250.00 - $ 500.00)
Trio of $50 FRN's
Three notes including: Fr.2101-G (VF+), Fr. 2110-D* (VF) and Fr. 2114-L* (VF, ink).
Grade: VF-VF+   
Lot #109716 - Small Size Type Notes > Federal Reserve Notes - ($ 550.00 - $ 1,000.00)
Lot of $50 FRN'S
Six notes including: Fr. 2128-G* (VF),two Fr. 2128-K* (VF), two Fr. 2131-I (Gem CU) and one Fr. 2132-E. (Gem CU).
Grade: VF-Gem CU   
Lot #109717 - Small Size Type Notes > Federal Reserve Notes - ($ 1,600.00 - $ 3,000.00)
Lot of $50 FRN'S
18 notes including: three Fr. 2128-I , Four Fr. 2129-F, nine Fr.2130-I, one Fr. 2121-I and one 2132-E.
Grade: Gem CU   
Lot #109718 - Small Size Type Notes > Federal Reserve Notes - ($ 325.00 - $ 450.00)
Fr. 2153-G, 2160-B $100 1934-A, 1950-C Chicago, New York
Pair of circulated $100's.
Grade: VF, Fine   
Lot #109719 - Small Size Type Notes > Federal Reserve Notes - ($ 175.00 - $ 300.00)
Fr. 2157-L $100 1950 San Francisco L-A
Nice and well centered.
Grade: Ch. AU   
Lot #109720 - Small Size Type Notes > Federal Reserve Notes - ($ 350.00 - $ 700.00)
Fr. 2157-L* $100 1950* San Francisco L-*
Low serial #9139*. Good margins and very original. Back plate #103. Possibly a new lowest serial.
Grade: Ch. AU   
Lot #109721 - Small Size Type Notes > Federal Reserve Notes - ($ 175.00 - $ 300.00)
Fr. 2158-B* $100 1950-A* New York B-*
Basically a problem free star.
Grade: VF   
Lot #109722 - Small Size Type Notes > Federal Reserve Notes - ($ 175.00 - $ 300.00)
Fr. 2158-F* $100 1950-B* Atlanta F-*
Scarcer star with paper clip rust.
Grade: VF   
Lot #109723 - Small Size Type Notes > Federal Reserve Notes - ($ 400.00 - $ 800.00)
Fr. 2159-K* $100 1950-B* Dallas K-*
A lovely star that is CU or maybe better by the time its slabbed. A rare star with ordinary centering.
Grade: CU   
Lot #109724 - Small Size Type Notes > Federal Reserve Notes - ($ 200.00 - $ 400.00)
Fr. 2159-L* $100 1950-B* San Francisco L-*
This is a nice note for this star.
Grade: CU   
Lot #109725 - Small Size Type Notes > Federal Reserve Notes - ($ 200.00 - $ 400.00)
Fr. 2159-L* $100 1950-B* San Francisco L-*
Nice star with a slight small area of discoloration.
Grade: AU   
Lot #109726 - Small Size Type Notes > Federal Reserve Notes - ($ 175.00 - $ 300.00)
Fr. 2159-L* $100 1950-B* San Francisco L-*
An evenly circulated SF star.
Grade: VF   
Lot #109727 - Small Size Type Notes > Federal Reserve Notes - ($ 175.00 - $ 350.00)
Fr. 2160-B* $100 1950-C* New York B-*
A nice original note with a couple of rust marks from a paper clip.
Grade: AU   
Lot #109728 - Small Size Type Notes > Federal Reserve Notes - ($ 250.00 - $ 500.00)
Fr. 2161-L* $100 1950-D* San Francisco L-*
Pretty well centered star.
Grade: Ch. AU   
Lot #109729 - Small Size Type Notes > Federal Reserve Notes - ($ 500.00 - $ 1,000.00)
Fr. 2160-L* $100 1950-C* San Francisco L-*
A pair of stars near the end of the run.
Grade: AU+   
Lot #109730 - Small Size Type Notes > Federal Reserve Notes - ($ 250.00 - $ 500.00)
Fr. 2160-L* $100 1950-C* San Francisco L-*
Fresh original star with nice centering.
Grade: AU   
Lot #109731 - Small Size Type Notes > Federal Reserve Notes - ($ 200.00 - $ 400.00)
Fr. 2160-L* $100 1950-C* San Francisco L-*
A nicely centered SF star.
Grade: XF   
Lot #109732 - Small Size Type Notes > Federal Reserve Notes - ($ 350.00 - $ 500.00)
Fr. 2163-I, 2165-I $100 1963-A, 1969-A Minneapolis I-A
Pair of Minneapolis $100's. The 1963-A is XF and the 1969-A is AU.
Grade: XF, AU   
Lot #109733 - Small Size Type Notes > Federal Reserve Notes - ($ 550.00 - $ 750.00)
Fr. 2175-I $100 1996 Minneapolis AI-A
Three notes. Two are consecutive.
Grade: Gem CU   
Lot #109734 - Small Size Type Notes > Federal Reserve Notes - ($ 350.00 - $ 500.00)
Fr. 2184-I, 2187-I $100 2009, 2009-A Minneapolis JI-A, LI-A
Nice Gem pair.
Grade: Gem CU   
Lot #109735 - Small Size Type Notes > Federal Reserve Notes - ($ 550.00 - $ 1,000.00)
Fr. 2186-B $100 2009-A New York LB-E
Three notes. Two are consecutive.
Grade: Ch. Cu/Gem   
Lot #109736 - Small Size Type Notes > Federal Reserve Notes - ($ 1,000.00 - $ 1,500.00)
Fr. 2201-G $500 1934 Chicago G-A
#2 in ink on the face of this $500.
Grade: VF   
Lot #109737 - Small Size Type Notes > Federal Reserve Notes - ($ 10,000.00 - $ 20,000.00)
Fr. 2201-Ilgs $500 1934 Minneapolis I-A
Holy cow! A real rarity and a Gem 65 EPQ LGS Minneapolis. This is a scarce seal with Gem quality. I hoped for a 67. Heritage sold a Gem 66 EPQ for $26,400.00 on 01/22/21. This example will certainly generate interest.
Grade: PMG Gem UNC 65 EPQ   
Lot #109738 - Small Size Type Notes > Federal Reserve Notes - ($ 1,000.00 - $ 1,500.00)
Fr. 2201-J $500 1934 Kansas City J-A
LGS. Rubber stamps and even circulation.
Grade: VF   
Lot #109739 - Small Size Type Notes > Federal Reserve Notes - ($ 3,500.00 - $ 5,000.00)
Fr. 2211-I $1000 1934 Minneapolis I-A
A low serial number #907 from Minneapolis and a light green seal. Always a popular district and seal color.
Grade: PMG VF 25   
Lot #109740 - Small Size Type Notes > Federal Reserve Notes - ($ 500.00 - $ 1,000.00)
Trio of $100 FRN's
Three notes including a Fr. 2152-B (Fine with ink), 2125-D (XF, ink) and a 2162-B* (VF, ink).
Grade: Fine-XF   
Lot #109741 - Small Size Type Notes > Federal Reserve Notes - ($ 60.00 - $ 120.00)
Lot of Miscellaneous Small Size Type Notes
Thirteen notes including interesting serial numbers like a 2006 $1 (#40444044), 2003-A $1 (#08444444), 2006 $1 (#40444404), 2003-A $1 (#09111111), 1953 $5 SC (VF), 1934-B SC (VF), 1934 $10 SC, and a 1963-A $2 LT.
Grade: AU-CU   
Lot #109742 - Small Size Type Notes > Hawaii Issue - ($ 100.00 - $ 200.00)
Fr. 2300 $1 1935-A Hawaii S-C
This is a top quality Hawaii ace turned into a First Day of Issue of the 13c stamps in 1978.
Grade: Gem CU   
Lot #109743 - Small Size Type Notes > Hawaii Issue - ($ 200.00 - $ 400.00)
Fr. 2301 $5 1934 Hawaii L-A
A well centered note with a few wrinkles.
Grade: Ch. AU   
Lot #109744 - Small Size Type Notes > Hawaii Issue - ($ 200.00 - $ 400.00)
Fr. 2305 $20 1934-A Hawaii L-A
A lovely evenly centered $20 Hawaii with a minor corner tip fold.
Grade: XF/AU   
Lot #109745 - Small Size Type Notes > Hawaii Issue - ($ 200.00 - $ 400.00)
Fr. 2305 $20 1934-A Hawaii L-A
A totally fresh note. Completely original.
Grade: XF/AU   
Lot #109746 - Small Size Type Notes > North Africa Issue - ($ 30.00 - $ 60.00)
Fr. 2306 $1 1935-A R-C
Evenly circulated North Africa issue.
Grade: Fine   
Lot #109747 - Small Size Type Notes > North Africa Issue - ($ 20.00 - $ 40.00)
Fr. 2309 $1 1934-A A-A
A well used North Africa $10 with a stain at bottom.
Grade: Fine   
Lot #109748 - Small Size Type Notes > Miscellaneous - ($ 75.00 - $ 150.00)
Lot of Miscellaneous Notes
Eight notes including: Fr. 1265 (VG), Fr. 1380 (VF/XF), 1993 $1 FRN courtesy autograph, three 2003-A* (CU), 1976 $2 (CU) and $20 1929 Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago (F).
Grade: Mixed   
Lot #109749 - Large Size Type Notes > Legal Tender - ($ 2,500.00 - $ 3,500.00)
Fr. 16c $1 1862
A lovely example of this early ace that has a single corner tip fold, but it stunning, fresh and original. NBNC twice at bottom.
Grade: PMG Ch. AU 58 EPQ   
Lot #109750 - Large Size Type Notes > Legal Tender - ($ 4,500.00 - $ 7,500.00)
Fr. 18 $1 1869
A lovely rainbow ace. The first of the nine different denominations in the type set. Fresh and evenly centered with great color and body.
Grade: PMG Ch. UNC 63   
Lot #109751 - Large Size Type Notes > Legal Tender - ($ 1,250.00 - $ 1,750.00)
Fr. 30 $1 1880
A very attractive 1880 large brown seal with exceptional color and centering. Incredible appearance.
Grade: PMG Ch. UNC 64   
Lot #109752 - Large Size Type Notes > Legal Tender - ($ 500.00 - $ 800.00)
Fr. 34 $1 1880
The appearance of an unc called 45 EPQ. The quality is rarely equal with the grade.
Grade: PMG Ch. XF 45 EPQ   
Lot #109753 - Large Size Type Notes > Legal Tender - ($ 750.00 - $ 1,500.00)
Fr. 39 $1 1917
A totally fresh and original three digit solid serial number N111A. Great color and decent centering.
Grade: Ch. AU   
Lot #109754 - Large Size Type Notes > Legal Tender - ($ 4,500.00 - $ 6,500.00)
Fr. 41 $2 1862
A 53 EPQ realized $4560 in a 2022 auction. This beauty looks like an even higher grade because that is what the collectors always choose. Gorgeous and original.
Grade: PMG AU 55 EPQ   
Lot #109755 - Large Size Type Notes > Legal Tender - ($ 2,000.00 - $ 3,000.00)
Fr. 52 $2 1880
A lovely large brown seal legal tender with red serial numbers. Fresh and original 64 EPQ. A great grade for this type that often lacks the quality. Scarce and desirable.
Grade: PMG Ch. UNC 64 EPQ   
Lot #109756 - Large Size Type Notes > Legal Tender - ($ 60.00 - $ 90.00)
Fr. 60 $2 1917
Well used and slightly abused deuce.
Grade: VG/Fine   
Lot #109757 - Large Size Type Notes > Legal Tender - ($ 3,000.00 - $ 5,000.00)
Fr. 63a $5 1863
A pretty example of the second back design on this early fresh and original $1 serial number variety. New series 40.
Grade: PMG Ch. UNC 63 EPQ   
Lot #109758 - Large Size Type Notes > Legal Tender - ($ 1,750.00 - $ 2,250.00)
Fr. 71 $5 1880
A lovely large brown seal with red serial numbers that is fresh and well centered. A great quality EPQ for a beautiful pioneer family.
Grade: PMG Ch. UNC 64 EPQ   
Lot #109759 - Large Size Type Notes > Legal Tender - ($ 200.00 - $ 400.00)
Fr. 85 $5 1907
Nice pioneer family with good body.
Grade: VF+   
Lot #109760 - Large Size Type Notes > Legal Tender - ($ 4,000.00 - $ 8,000.00)
Fr. 95b $10 1863
This is a beautiful example of the first face style on the $10 legal tender. This one has the second obligation on the back and it's new series 48 on the face. AU 55 with minor restoration. Probably there, but I can't see anything.
Grade: PMG AU 55   
Lot #109761 - Large Size Type Notes > Legal Tender - ($ 2,750.00 - $ 3,500.00)
Fr. 95b $10 1863
A very attractive first $10 legal tender with the second back. As were so many, it has slight tears, fixed from further damage. Wonderful quality for the series. PMG notes minor repairs.
Grade: PMG VF 25   
Lot #109762 - Large Size Type Notes > Legal Tender - ($ 7,000.00 - $ 10,000.00)
Fr. 96 $10 1869
A beautiful and desirable $10 rainbow jackass note is graded Ch. UNC 64 most likely because the margins are large and not equal. It's so fresh and attractive.
Grade: PMG Ch. UNC 64   
Lot #109763 - Large Size Type Notes > Legal Tender - ($ 3,500.00 - $ 4,500.00)
Fr. 117 $10 1901
This is the Buffalo everyone wants. Looks much better than the grade. Finding better for the grade is highly unlikely. 185 reported.
Grade: PMG XF 40   
Lot #109764 - Large Size Type Notes > Legal Tender - ($ 4,000.00 - $ 6,000.00)
Fr. 140 $20 1880
A gorgeous high end Gem with the small red seal and blue serial numbers. Totally fresh and original amazing quality worthy of a quality collection.
Grade: PMG Gem UNC 66 EPQ   
Lot #109765 - Large Size Type Notes > Refunding Certificates - ($ 3,500.00 - $ 6,500.00)
Fr. 214 $10 April 1, 1869
Here is a grade you rarely see on a refunding certificate because few circulated as banks kept them for the interest they paid. Only 171 reported.
Grade: VF   
Lot #109766 - Large Size Type Notes > Silver Certificates - ($ 2,000.00 - $ 2,500.00)
Fr. 218 $1 1886
An exceptional Martha Washington ace with great color and exceptional centering on face and back. A 58 realized $3360 just last year.
Grade: PMG AU 53   
Lot #109767 - Large Size Type Notes > Silver Certificates - ($ 2,500.00 - $ 4,000.00)
Fr. 224 $1 1896
A fresh and pleasing $1 educational with great color, originality and centering. Not Gem quality but a very nice type note.
Grade: PMG Ch. UNC 63 EPQ   
Lot #109768 - Large Size Type Notes > Silver Certificates - ($ 300.00 - $ 400.00)
Fr. 236 $1 1899
A pretty black eagle.
Grade: PMG Ch. VF 35   
Lot #109769 - Large Size Type Notes > Silver Certificates - ($ 155.00 - $ 300.00)
Fr. 236 & 237 $1 1899 & 1923
Evenly circulated.
Grade: Fine, XF+   
Lot #109770 - Large Size Type Notes > Silver Certificates - ($ 50.00 - $ 100.00)
Fr. 237 & 238 $1 1923
Pair of well used large Silver Certificates. Staining on both
Grade: Fine, VG   
Lot #109771 - Large Size Type Notes > Silver Certificates - ($ 3,000.00 - $ 5,000.00)
Fr. 242 $2 1886
A lovely well centered 1886 deuce with great color and originality. Might well be a Gem.
Grade: Ch. CU   
Lot #109772 - Large Size Type Notes > Silver Certificates - ($ 1,750.00 - $ 2,250.00)
Fr. 245 $2 1891
A comment free $2 William Windom with excellent color and centering.
Grade: PMG VF 25   
Lot #109773 - Large Size Type Notes > Silver Certificates - ($ 6,000.00 - $ 10,000.00)
Fr. 270 $5 1896
You must go back seven years to find a sale of the scarcest of the educational series in this grade. There are 550 notes on the census, but few are this amazing.
Grade: PMG Ch. XF 45   
Lot #109774 - Large Size Type Notes > Silver Certificates - ($ 6,500.00 - $ 8,500.00)
Fr. 271 $5 1899
Here is a gorgeous chief with a very high serial and it's a fresh and Choice 64 EPQ. Certainly in demand. This is the first signature combination.
Grade: PMG Ch. UNC 64 EPQ   
Lot #109775 - Large Size Type Notes > Silver Certificates - ($ 5,000.00 - $ 7,000.00)
Fr. 282 $5 1923
An impressive porthole with exceptional color, originality and centering. The back centering is slightly high, likely creating this 64 EPQ beauty.
Grade: PMG Ch. UNC 64 EPQ   
Lot #109776 - Large Size Type Notes > Silver Certificates - ($ 2,000.00 - $ 2,500.00)
Fr. 282 $5 1923
Super popular high grade type porthole. Always popular and in demand.
Grade: PMG Ch. VF 35   
Lot #109777 - Large Size Type Notes > Silver Certificates - ($ 1,000.00 - $ 2,000.00)
Fr. 282 $5 1923
Great popular porthole with even circulation. PMG notes minor erasure.
Grade: PMG VF 20   
Lot #109778 - Large Size Type Notes > Silver Certificates - ($ 8,000.00 - $ 15,000.00)
Fr. 304 $10 1908
The last time a blue seal Hendrick this nice was offered in 2018 where it realized $7800. This type has long been under valued for its grade rarity and desirability.
Grade: PMG Ch. UNC 64   
Lot #109779 - Large Size Type Notes > Treasury Notes - ($ 450.00 - $ 650.00)
Fr. 350 $1 1891
A very attractive $1 treasury note with bold color and good centering but slight handling. PMG notes pinholes.
Grade: PMG AU 55   
Lot #109780 - Large Size Type Notes > Treasury Notes - ($ 2,500.00 - $ 4,000.00)
Fr. 359 $5 1890
The large brown treasury note also called coin notes are very difficult to find in pleasing circulated condition. There are only 168 serial numbers recorded on Track & Price and only five of those are potentially this grade range. Very pretty with no comments.
Grade: PMG VF 30   
Lot #109781 - Large Size Type Notes > Treasury Notes - ($ 3,000.00 - $ 5,000.00)
Fr. 366 $10 1890
A lovely circulated brown seal with ornate back. 177 known and around 25 in similar quality. PMG notes minor repairs.
Grade: PMG VF 30   
Lot #109782 - Large Size Type Notes > Treasury Notes - ($ 5,500.00 - $ 8,500.00)
Fr. 375 $20 1891
An important type is the $20 John Marshall 1891 Treasury Note. These were an excessively rare until two packs were found. This is a lovely note.
Grade: PMG Ch. VF 35   
Lot #109783 - Large Size Type Notes > Federal Reserve Bank Notes - ($ 650.00 - $ 900.00)
Fr. 717 $1 1918 Philadelphia
A lovely fresh original FRN from Philadelphia.
Grade: PMG Gem UNC 65 EPQ   
Lot #109784 - Large Size Type Notes > Federal Reserve Bank Notes - ($ 200.00 - $ 300.00)
Fr. 729 $1 1914BS Chicago
Faces up pretty.
Grade: XF   
Lot #109785 - Large Size Type Notes > Federal Reserve Bank Notes - ($ 400.00 - $ 800.00)
Fr. 736 $1 1914BS
A nice fresh and original $1 with nice body and centering.
Grade: Ch. CU   
Lot #109786 - Large Size Type Notes > Federal Reserve Bank Notes - ($ 2,750.00 - $ 3,500.00)
Fr. 772 $2 1918 Minneapolis
An extraordinary Minneapolis FRBN battleship with great color and originality and a scarce district. Likely a choice grade from high back centering, but a real beauty.
Grade: PMG Ch. UNC 64 EPQ   
Lot #109787 - Large Size Type Notes > Federal Reserve Bank Notes - ($ 1,750.00 - $ 2,250.00)
Fr. 799 $5 1918 Minneapolis
This note has the appearance of a Gem but it is graded a 58 EPQ. The note has fantastic quality. There are a few graded higher but this is a well valued note.
Grade: PMG Ch. AU 58 EPQ   
Lot #109788 - Large Size Type Notes > Federal Reserve Notes - ($ 3,500.00 - $ 6,000.00)
Fr. 840a $5 1914RS Minneapolis
A lovely $5 Minneapolis red seal FRN that are few and far between. This note has amazing quality and only 60 are reported. In 2012 we sold a 64 PPQ for $7475. Prices today are strong.
Grade: PMG Ch. UNC 64   
Lot #109789 - Large Size Type Notes > Federal Reserve Notes - ($ 200.00 - $ 400.00)
Fr. 851a* $5 1914 New York B-*
Fr. 851a* $5 1914BS New York
An evenly circulated star that is new to the census. 113 reported.
Grade: PMG VF 25   
Lot #109790 - Large Size Type Notes > Federal Reserve Notes - ($ 125.00 - $ 250.00)
Fr. 871b $5 1914BS Chicago
Pretty and fresh.
Grade: XF   
Lot #109791 - Large Size Type Notes > Federal Reserve Notes - ($ 200.00 - $ 400.00)
Fr. 875a $5 1914BS St. Louis
All the appearances of a choice note but some slight mark must have held it back.
Grade: PMG Ch. AU 58 EPQ   
Lot #109792 - Large Size Type Notes > Federal Reserve Bank Notes - ($ 2,500.00 - $ 3,500.00)
Fr. 900a $10 1914RS
A wonderful 55 grade red seal Minneapolis with exceptional centering and appearance. As red seals go from Minneapolis, this is among the best.
Grade: PMG AU 55   
Lot #109793 - Large Size Type Notes > Federal Reserve Notes - ($ 400.00 - $ 800.00)
Fr. 919a* $10 1914BS Cleveland
This is the 28th star reported from the Cleveland District. Even circulation with decent color and body.
Grade: VF+   
Lot #109794 - Large Size Type Notes > Federal Reserve Notes - ($ 250.00 - $ 400.00)
Fr. 928 $10 1914BS Chicago
A lovely Chicago FRN with excellent color and centering.
Grade: PMG AU 55   
Lot #109795 - Large Size Type Notes > Federal Reserve Notes - ($ 50.00 - $ 100.00)
Fr. 931B $10 1914BS
Well circulated with stains on face.
Grade: Fine   
Lot #109796 - Large Size Type Notes > Federal Reserve Notes - ($ 700.00 - $ 1,200.00)
Fr. 939 $10 1914BS Minneapolis
A beauty with exceptional color and centering and still a tough note to find.
Grade: PMG Ch. UNC 64 EPQ   
Lot #109797 - Large Size Type Notes > Federal Reserve Notes - ($ 1,750.00 - $ 2,250.00)
Fr. 999 $20 1914BS Minneapolis
Gem $20's are few and far between, and notes from Minneapolis are scarcer yet. Only a few this quality exist. A 66 realized $4560 in 2020.
Grade: PMG Gem UNC 65 EPQ   
Lot #109798 - Large Size Type Notes > Federal Reserve Notes - ($ 2,250.00 - $ 3,500.00)
Fr. 1056 $50 1914BS Minneapolis
A blazing Ch. AU 58 that is bright and fresh and well centered. Minneapolis $50's are tough and desirable and seldom seen in this quality. Just 61 reported. PMG notes closed pinholes.
Grade: PMG Ch. AU 58   
Lot #109799 - Large Size Type Notes > Federal Reserve Notes - ($ 1,000.00 - $ 2,000.00)
Fr. 1116 $100 1914BS Minneapolis
Just 78 large reported. This note has a long horizontal fold, but the paper, color and centering are all great.
Grade: XF   
Lot #109800 - Large Size Type Notes > Gold Certificates - ($ 3,000.00 - $ 4,000.00)
Fr. 1167 $10 1907
This is the early type Act of 1882 and notes of this quality are few and far between. 64 EPQ. Fresh and original with just a touch of centering away from Gem.
Grade: PMG Ch. UNC 64 EPQ   
Lot #109801 - Large Size Type Notes > Gold Certificates - ($ 3,000.00 - $ 5,000.00)
Fr. 1178 $20 1882
This note has the appearance of a Superb Gem on the face but clearly there is a center bend and a well hidden one on the left quarter. It's still an amazing note unlike virtually any other note that grades the same.
Grade: PMG XF 40   
Lot #109802 - Large Size Type Notes > Gold Certificates - ($ 20,000.00 - $ 30,000.00)
Fr. 1179 $20 1905
Extraordinary beauty and color envelopes this rainbow $20. It was Teddy Roosevelt's desire to make paper and color this beautiful. He succeeded.
Grade: PMG Ch. AU 58   
Lot #109803 - Large Size Type Notes > Gold Certificates - ($ 500.00 - $ 1,000.00)
Fr. 1187 $20 1922
Likely would grade 35EPQ, but it shows the fresh originality, color and quality. Really pretty for the grade.
Grade: VF/XF   
Lot #109804 - Large Size Type Notes > Gold Certificates - ($ 1,500.00 - $ 2,500.00)
Fr. 1200 $50 1922
A lovely high quality $50 1922 Gold certificate. These are few and far between with quality and color like this beauty.
Grade: VF/XF   
Lot #109805 - Large Size Type Notes > Gold Certificates - ($ 2,000.00 - $ 3,000.00)
Fr. 1214 $100 1882
This note has three splits on top and #341245 written on back.
Grade: VF   
Lot #109806 - Large Size Type Notes > Gold Certificates - ($ 3,750.00 - $ 5,000.00)
Fr. 1215 $100 1922
A beautiful fresh example of this type in a strong AU condition. Finding better quality will not be easy. This note has pristine quality.
Grade: PMG AU 53   
Lot #109807 - Large Size Type Notes > Gold Certificates - ($ 3,500.00 - $ 4,500.00)
Fr. 1225 $10,000 1900
This is a lovely three fold example of the 1900 cancelled $10,000 note. Fresh, crisp original paper. I am surprised it's not a 45 EPQ but it's great. Clear signatures.
Grade: PMG XF 40   
Lot #109808 - National Bank Notes > Alabama - ($ 750.00 - $ 1,500.00)
Fr. 399 $5 Original
Selma, City NB, 1736
This first charter $5 is really pretty except for the upper right corner which has been taped back on. It needs to be restored and thus is hard to estimate.
Grade: AU    Bank Name: Selma, City NB, 1736
Lot #109809 - National Bank Notes > Alabama - ($ 200.00 - $ 400.00)
Fr. 608 $5 1902ND
Tuscaloosa, City NB, 6173
Home of the Crimson Tide with 31 large notes reported. Seven years since the last large was at auction.
Grade: VG    Bank Name: Tuscaloosa, City NB, 6173
Lot #109810 - National Bank Notes > Arkansas - ($ 500.00 - $ 700.00)
Fr. 1801-2 $10 1929T2
Camden, Citizens NB, 14096
A tough 14000 charter from Ouachita County with 14 small notes reported. None have been offered in nearly seven years. Tiny spot at left.
Grade: VF    Bank Name: Camden, Citizens NB, 14096
Lot #109811 - National Bank Notes > Arkansas - ($ 400.00 - $ 800.00)
Fr. 618 $10 1902DB
Fort Smith, American NB, S3634
A pleasing VF with only 21 large reported. Only 12 are third charter.
Grade: VF    Bank Name: Fort Smith, American NB, S3634
Lot #109812 - National Bank Notes > Arkansas - ($ 500.00 - $ 1,000.00)
Fr. 632 $10 1902ND
Lake Village, First NB, S11262
This town is often seen in small size but this is a different charter with only 13 large notes reported. The signatures are faint but the note is problem free for the grade.
Grade: PCGS Fine 12    Bank Name: Lake Village, First NB, S11262
Lot #109813 - National Bank Notes > California - ($ 1,500.00 - $ 3,000.00)
Fr. 1800-2 $5 1929T2
Brea, Oilfields NB, 13877
This bank has 30 small notes reported and two uncut sheets. A popular town in demand.
Grade: XF    Bank Name: Brea, Oilfields NB, 13877
Lot #109814 - National Bank Notes > California - ($ 7,500.00 - $ 15,000.00)
Fr. 419 $10 1875
Los Angeles, First NB, 2491
A lovely VF that is among the best of the six $10s known. Signed by Spence as president. The First National Bank of Los Angeles in California was chartered in September 1880 and liquidated in 1935 after printing $45,469,050 of National Currency. The bank issued 10 different types and denominations of notes. The bank issued National Bank Notes during the First Charter Period and continued until the end of the issuing period through these different titles shown. The First National Trust & Savings Bank was assumed in September 1927 and Security First National Bank on March 30, 1929.
Grade: VF+    Bank Name: Los Angeles, First NB, 2491
Lot #109815 - National Bank Notes > California - ($ 4,000.00 - $ 8,000.00)
Fr. 434 $20 1875
Los Angeles, First NB, 2491
This note has wear on the back and a heavy wallet stain. The face grades Fine while the back grades Good. The First National Bank of Los Angeles in California was chartered in September 1880 and liquidated in 1935 after printing $45,469,050 of National Currency. The bank issued 10 different types and denominations of notes. The bank issued National Bank Notes during the First Charter Period and continued until the end of the issuing period through these different titles shown. The First National Trust & Savings Bank was assumed in September 1927 and Security First National Bank on March 30, 1929.
Grade: Fine    Bank Name: Los Angeles, First NB, 2491
Lot #109816 - National Bank Notes > California - ($ 750.00 - $ 1,500.00)
Fr. 555 $20 1902DB
Los Angeles, First NB, P2491
A very pretty example of this elusive California type. Savvy collectors are beginning to recognize the scarcity of these 1882 Dated Back issues, especially from highly collectible states. This is a nice one with bold signatures. Cut close along the top margin.
Grade: VF    Bank Name: Los Angeles, First NB, P2491
Lot #109817 - National Bank Notes > California - ($ 300.00 - $ 600.00)
Fr. 609 $5 1902ND
Pasadena, NB, 12385
This is the fourth charter issue with black signatures and the President seems to be W.F. Knight. 21 large notes reported.
Grade: Fine    Bank Name: Pasadena, NB, 12385
Lot #109818 - National Bank Notes > California - ($ 2,250.00 - $ 4,500.00)
Fr. 671 $50 1902DB
Sacramento, NB of D.O. Mills & Co., P2014
Just a VF 20 is my guess to grade but the black signatures are bold and printed. This is a clear treasure for state capital collectors. Just one of nine $50 DB's recorded. Second title as the first was a gold bank.
Grade: VF    Bank Name: Sacramento, NB of D.O. Mills & Co., P2014
Lot #109819 - National Bank Notes > California - ($ 250.00 - $ 500.00)
Fr. 1802-1 $20 1929T1
Sacramento, Capital NB, 10107
This has always been a good title and popular state capital.
Grade: Fine/VF    Bank Name: Sacramento, Capital NB, 10107
Lot #109820 - National Bank Notes > California - ($ 125.00 - $ 250.00)
Fr. 600 $5 1902ND
San Francisco, Anglo & London Paris NB, 9174
An evenly circulated note with nice signatures.
Grade: VF    Bank Name: San Francisco, Anglo & London Paris NB, 9174
Lot #109821 - National Bank Notes > California - ($ 7,500.00 - $ 15,000.00)
Fr. 1804-2 $100 1929T2
San Francisco, Bank of America National Trust & Savings Association, 13044
While this charter has many known with the second title, there are approximately 50 $100 T2's and only two make claim to be 63. Nothing better. The entire population of T2 $100 is under 300 and unc examples are among the rarest of all small size. I sold a 65 T2 $100 for $25k years ago, so others understand the rarity!
Grade: PCGS UNC 62 PPQ    Bank Name: San Francisco, Bank of America National Trust & Savings Association, 13044
Lot #109822 - National Bank Notes > Colorado - ($ 300.00 - $ 600.00)
Fr. 1800-1, 1800-2, 1801-1, 1802-1 $5, $5, $10, $20 1929
Denver, First NB, 1016
Four notes signed by bank president John Evans with a 1959 letter from him as well.
Grade: VF, VF, XF, AU    Bank Name: Denver, First NB, 1016
Lot #109823 - National Bank Notes > Colorado - ($ 1,750.00 - $ 2,750.00)
Fr. 660 $20 1902ND
Grand Junction, Grand Valley NB, W6137
A scarce and desirable note from Mesa County with only 13 large notes reported. Other than this newly discovered example. This beauty has bold black printed signatures and exceptional color, but always VF.
Grade: VF+    Bank Name: Grand Junction, Grand Valley NB, W6137
Lot #109824 - National Bank Notes > Connecticut - ($ 175.00 - $ 350.00)
Fr. 1800-1. 1801-1 $5, $10 1929T1
Meriden, First NB, 250
A cool low charter #250 starter set $5 and $10.
Grade: Fine, VF    Bank Name: Meriden, First NB, 250
Lot #109825 - National Bank Notes > Connecticut - ($ 175.00 - $ 350.00)
Fr. 598 $5 1902ND
Meriden, Home NB, 720
Nice and wispy signatures enhance this early charter. 73 large notes reported.
Grade: Fine    Bank Name: Meriden, Home NB, 720
Lot #109826 - National Bank Notes > Connecticut - ($ 200.00 - $ 400.00)
Fr. 1800-1, 1801-1 $5, $10 1929T1
Meriden, First NB & Home NB, 250, 720
A nice starter set from this early Connecticut charter.
Grade: VF    Bank Name: Meriden, First NB & Home NB, 250, 720
Lot #109827 - National Bank Notes > Connecticut - ($ 150.00 - $ 300.00)
Fr. 1801-1, 1802-1 $10, $20 1929T1
Meriden, Home NB, 720
A cool two note starter set from the Home NB.
Grade: VF, Fine    Bank Name: Meriden, Home NB, 720
Lot #109828 - National Bank Notes > Connecticut - ($ 50.00 - $ 100.00)
Fr. 1801-1 $10 1929T1
Meriden, NB, 1382
Stain at upper left
Grade: Fine    Bank Name: Meriden, NB, 1382
Lot #109829 - National Bank Notes > Connecticut - ($ 175.00 - $ 350.00)
Fr. 598 $5 1902ND
New Haven, National Tradesman's Bank, N1202
A strong evenly circulated early New Haven bank.
Grade: Fine    Bank Name: New Haven, National Tradesman's Bank, N1202
Lot #109830 - National Bank Notes > Connecticut - ($ 175.00 - $ 350.00)
Fr. 606 $5 1902ND
New Haven, New Haven Bank National Banking Assoc., N 1243
Nice evenly circulated with decent signatures.
Grade: Fine    Bank Name: New Haven, New Haven Bank National Banking Assoc., N 1243
Lot #109831 - National Bank Notes > Connecticut - ($ 150.00 - $ 300.00)
Fr. 658 $20 1902ND
New Haven, New Haven Bank National Banking Assoc., 1243
Well stamped signatures but the bottom margin is on top.
Grade: VF    Bank Name: New Haven, New Haven Bank National Banking Assoc., 1243
Lot #109832 - National Bank Notes > Connecticut - ($ 150.00 - $ 300.00)
Fr. 1801-1, 1801-2 $10 1929T1, 1929T2
Pair of Hartford Nationals
Two notes; the Capitol NB & TC of Hartford #13038 and the Hartford NB & TC #1338.
Grade: VF    Bank Name: Pair of Hartford Nationals
Lot #109833 - National Bank Notes > Connecticut - ($ 125.00 - $ 250.00)
Fr. 1802-1 $20 1929T1
Winsted, Hurlbut NB, 1494
A sharp evenly circulated note with 93 small notes reported.
Grade: VF+    Bank Name: Winsted, Hurlbut NB, 1494
Lot #109834 - National Bank Notes > Connecticut - ($ 250.00 - $ 500.00)
Trio of Connecticut Nationals
Three T1 $10's including: the First NB of Meriden #250 (serial # C003000A), New Haven Bank National Banking Association of New Have #1243 and Hartford NB & TC #1338.
Grade: VF   
Lot #109835 - National Bank Notes > District of Columbia - ($ 700.00 - $ 1,400.00)
Fr. 474 $5 1882BB
Washington, Metropolitan NB, 1069
IN the PCDA 2006 sale we wrote: "Founded July 16, 1790, Washington, DC's existence as a federal district was mandated in the Constitution. Although the original area for the planned city came from Maryland and Virginia, the land south of the Potomac River was returned to Virginia in 1847 as a separate city, Alexandria. During the War of 1812, the city was invaded by the British and all but a few of the federal buildings burned, including the White House. In the 1870s, there was a brief territorial government in place in Washington, but Congress removed the governor in favor of direct Congressional government. The District is a slightly more difficult location to find $5 Brown Backs with just 26 pieces recorded from four different banks. Although in lower grade, this was the only note from this bank our consignor was able to find. That makes sense since only two others are reported. Notice the smaller font size for the town and plate date. Group 3, Series Standard. Plate date 8/26/96".
Grade: Fine    Bank Name: Washington, Metropolitan NB, 1069
Lot #109836 - National Bank Notes > District of Columbia - ($ 1,000.00 - $ 2,000.00)
Fr. 602 $5 1902ND
Washington, Farmers and Mechanics NB, 1928
This bank was originally chartered as Georgetown, but later changed its title to Washington when Georgetown ceased to exist as a separate entity. This is a lovely example with super paper and excellent signatures. Perfect to represent the national capital! There are now 23 large reported with the Washington title.
Grade: AU    Bank Name: Washington, Farmers and Mechanics NB, 1928
Lot #109837 - National Bank Notes > District of Columbia - ($ 500.00 - $ 1,000.00)
Fr. 1801-2 $10 1929T2
Washington, Second NB, 2038
A very pretty uncirculated note with 70 small notes reported. In 2000 we sold a #1 for $6160.
Grade: Ch. CU    Bank Name: Washington, Second NB, 2038
Lot #109838 - National Bank Notes > District of Columbia - ($ 250.00 - $ 500.00)
Fr. 652 $20 1902ND
Washington, Columbia NB, E3625
Pair this one with an example from the District National Bank of this city, and you would have the complete title set. This is an attractive note with strong signatures, but there is some light foxing of the paper.
Grade: VF    Bank Name: Washington, Columbia NB, E3625
Lot #109839 - National Bank Notes > District of Columbia - ($ 300.00 - $ 600.00)
Fr. 621 $10 1902DB
Washington, Federal NB, E10316
This note features the scarce Napier-Thompson Treasury signatures, though the bank signatures have faded away.
Grade: Fine    Bank Name: Washington, Federal NB, E10316
Lot #109840 - National Bank Notes > District of Columbia - ($ 125.00 - $ 250.00)
Fr. 1800-2 $5 1929T2
Washington, Hamilton NB, 13782
A high grade District of Columbia note.
Grade: AU    Bank Name: Washington, Hamilton NB, 13782
Lot #109841 - National Bank Notes > Illinois - ($ 500.00 - $ 900.00)
Fr. 600 $5 1902ND
Brighton, First NB, M9397
This note was from a group from the woman cashier's safe deposit. Robert L. Simmons. Totally fresh and original with a G.W. Williams stamped President signature.
Grade: Ch. AU    Bank Name: Brighton, First NB, M9397
Lot #109842 - National Bank Notes > Illinois - ($ 1,250.00 - $ 2,500.00)
Fr. 555 $20 1902DB
Carlyle, First NB, 5548
There are only 14 other large notes reported on this Clinton County bank and the originality and beautifully stamped signatures are so pretty.
Grade: VF/XF    Bank Name: Carlyle, First NB, 5548
Lot #109843 - National Bank Notes > Illinois - ($ 1,000.00 - $ 2,000.00)
Fr. 639 $20 1902RS
Chicago, Commercial NB, 713
A nice circulated red seal. Always a tough type. PMG notes internal tear.
Grade: PMG VF 25    Bank Name: Chicago, Commercial NB, 713
Lot #109844 - National Bank Notes > Illinois - ($ 400.00 - $ 800.00)
Fr. 608 $5 1902ND
Chicago, Douglass NB, 12227
A great quality note from Cook County with 42 large notes reported. Lovely stamped signatures.
Grade: VF/XF    Bank Name: Chicago, Douglass NB, 12227
Lot #109845 - National Bank Notes > Illinois - ($ 750.00 - $ 1,500.00)
Fr. 1801-1 $10 1929T1
Colchester, NB, 8485
Only the sixth small note reported from this McDonough County bank. Well centered and nice.
Grade: VF/XF    Bank Name: Colchester, NB, 8485
Lot #109846 - National Bank Notes > Illinois - ($ 4,000.00 - $ 6,000.00)
Fr. 634 $10 1902ND
Coulterville, First NB, 12000
A wonderful high quality $10 with bluish purple well stamped signatures of Armstrong and Carlton. This bank shows no outstanding, but it has 17 large reported. Slight toning.
Grade: VF/XF    Bank Name: Coulterville, First NB, 12000
Lot #109847 - National Bank Notes > Illinois - ($ 1,500.00 - $ 2,500.00)
Fr. 1800-1 $5 1929T1
Coulterville, First NB, 12000
This has long been one of the scarcest and most sought after Illinois locations. The census indicates 22 small notes reported but this is new to that total. I sold an unc in the Kleinschmidt collection for $6342. A very strong price as notes like this seem to always bring $1,500 and they are only offered every couple of years. Super charter #.
Grade: VF    Bank Name: Coulterville, First NB, 12000
Lot #109848 - National Bank Notes > Illinois - ($ 1,500.00 - $ 5,000.00)
Fr. 382 $1 Original
Elgin, Home NB, 2016
This is an amazing discovery note from the Home National Bank of Elgin, Illinois with a clearly overprinted Home National Bank of Elgin. Below that is a stamped #7 from another stamping. I have only seen this type of printing once before from a Boston bank and it's been around for decades. This note is only the second ace reported out of 36 others reported. No indication of any extra printing. This note needs some splits closed but I felt the new owner should get that work done. I have shown a wide estimate because of the rarity of the note.
Grade: Fine/VF    Bank Name: Elgin, Home NB, 2016
Lot #109849 - National Bank Notes > Illinois - ($ 250.00 - $ 500.00)
Fr. 1801-2 $10 1929T2
Lincoln, First NB, 14118
Great name for Illinois and a late 1400 charter in very nice condition. 21 small notes reported on this Logan County location.
Grade: VF/XF    Bank Name: Lincoln, First NB, 14118
Lot #109850 - National Bank Notes > Illinois - ($ 500.00 - $ 1,000.00)
Fr. 1801-2 $10 1929T2
Mascoutah, First NB, 13795
This note is very choice with a corner fold.
Grade: Ch. CU    Bank Name: Mascoutah, First NB, 13795
Lot #109851 - National Bank Notes > Illinois - ($ 250.00 - $ 500.00)
Fr. 1801-1 $10 1929T1
Metropolis, First NB, 3156
A sharp evenly circulated VF from Massac County with only 14 small notes reported.
Grade: VF    Bank Name: Metropolis, First NB, 3156
Lot #109852 - National Bank Notes > Illinois - ($ 1,000.00 - $ 2,000.00)
Fr. 468 $5 1882BB
Paris, First NB, 3376
Quality like this was normal in the Power Collection, but not among the regular offerings in today's market. High grade and pen signed, this attractive Brown Back will never go out of style. One other $5 BB exists, but it only grades Good. Paris resides in Edgar County and was first purchased from the federal government in 1822. The couple who purchased the land later donated it to the state in order to create a county seat. The name of the town most likely comes from the word "Paris" that is carved into a jack-oak tree in what is now the center of downtown. Group 2. Plate date 8/12/85.
Grade: VF+    Bank Name: Paris, First NB, 3376
Lot #109853 - National Bank Notes > Illinois - ($ 400.00 - $ 600.00)
Fr. 1802-1 $20 1929T1
Taylorville, Farmers NB, 5410
A nice T1 from this small Christian County location.
Grade: PCGS Ch. Abt. New 58    Bank Name: Taylorville, Farmers NB, 5410
Lot #109854 - National Bank Notes > Indiana - ($ 150.00 - $ 300.00)
Fr. 626 $10 1902ND
Boonville, Farmers and Merchants NB, 9266
This bank only issued large notes and there are 19 reported. Well used and signatures are gone.
Grade: Fine    Bank Name: Boonville, Farmers and Merchants NB, 9266
Lot #109855 - National Bank Notes > Indiana - ($ 300.00 - $ 600.00)
Fr. 1801-1 $10 1929T1
Center Point, First NB, 9250
Scarce location with 13 small notes reported. These rarely appear.
Grade: Fine    Bank Name: Center Point, First NB, 9250
Lot #109856 - National Bank Notes > Indiana - ($ 1,000.00 - $ 2,000.00)
Fr. 613 $10 1902RS
Greensburg, Third NB, M2844
An evenly circulated red seal with the first title and now one of two red seals on this charter and it is the only $10. Great pen signatures.
Grade: Fine    Bank Name: Greensburg, Third NB, M2844
Lot #109857 - National Bank Notes > Indiana - ($ 150.00 - $ 250.00)
Fr. 1801-1 $10 1929T1
Lawrenceburg, Peoples NB, 2612
Evenly circulated and only 57 small notes reported from this early city.
Grade: Fine    Bank Name: Lawrenceburg, Peoples NB, 2612
Lot #109858 - National Bank Notes > Iowa - ($ 7,000.00 - $ 12,000.00)
Fr. 419 $10 1875
Clinton, City NB, 2469
A fantastic example from this Mississippi River community that appears Gem on the face, but the back design is a bit high for Gem. There are five examples with similar quality among the nine $10's reported.
Grade: Ch. CU    Bank Name: Clinton, City NB, 2469
Lot #109859 - National Bank Notes > Iowa - ($ 125.00 - $ 250.00)
Fr. 1802-1 $20 1929T1
Clinton, City NB, 2469
Fresh and original Eastern Iowa charter with nice centering. 202 small notes reported.
Grade: VF/XF    Bank Name: Clinton, City NB, 2469
Lot #109860 - National Bank Notes > Iowa - ($ 3,500.00 - $ 6,000.00)
Fr. 698 $100 1902ND
Davenport, First NB, 15
I felt this note was of Gem quality but PMG disagreed. But we know it is only one of eleven $100's from the First Davenport Bank.
Grade: PMG Ch. AU 58    Bank Name: Davenport, First NB, 15
Lot #109861 - National Bank Notes > Iowa - ($ 75.00 - $ 150.00)
Fr. 1802-1 $20 1929T1
De Witt, First NB, 3182
Evenly circulated but a light stain near the tombstone.
Grade: VF    Bank Name: De Witt, First NB, 3182
Lot #109862 - National Bank Notes > Iowa - ($ 100.00 - $ 200.00)
Fr. 1802-1 $20 1929T1
Knoxville, Citizens NB, 4633
A sharp note from south central Iowa with 37 small notes reported. Signed by J.C.Collins and E.L Job.
Grade: VF    Bank Name: Knoxville, Citizens NB, 4633
Lot #109863 - National Bank Notes > Iowa - ($ 100.00 - $ 120.00)
Fr. 1801-1 $10 1929T1
Lenox, First NB, 5517
Great paper quality but a yellowish coloration. 26 small notes reported.
Grade: VF    Bank Name: Lenox, First NB, 5517
Lot #109864 - National Bank Notes > Iowa - ($ 135.00 - $ 185.00)
Fr. 1802-1 $20 1929T1
Red Oak, NB, 3055
A neat town name from southwestern Iowa. There are only 28 small notes reported.
Grade: VF    Bank Name: Red Oak, NB, 3055
Lot #109865 - National Bank Notes > Iowa - ($ 150.00 - $ 300.00)
Fr. 1802-1 $20 1929T1
Rock Rapids, First NB, 3153
A pleasing evenly circulated note from northwest Iowa with just 15 small notes reported.
Grade: F/VF    Bank Name: Rock Rapids, First NB, 3153
Lot #109866 - National Bank Notes > Iowa - ($ 80.00 - $ 120.00)
Fr. 1802-1 $20 1929T1
Sioux City, First NB, 1757
A pleasing note from one of 16 national banks located in town, but half have no known notes. 45 small notes reported.
Grade: VF+    Bank Name: Sioux City, First NB, 1757
Lot #109868 - National Bank Notes > Kansas - ($ 175.00 - $ 300.00)
Fr. 1800-1 $5 1929T1
Great Bend, Citizens NB, 5705
Here is a case where there are more large size than small. This is an addition to the census bringing it to 11 reported.
Grade: F/VF    Bank Name: Great Bend, Citizens NB, 5705
Lot #109869 - National Bank Notes > Kansas - ($ 850.00 - $ 1,500.00)
Fr. 474 $5 1882BB
Holton, NB, W5041
Holton is located in Jackson County and was named for Edward D. Holton of Milwaukee, Wisconsin. He led a party from Milwaukee that selected the town site in 1854 and would eventually be located on a branch of the Union Pacific Railroad. Jackson County is in northeastern Kansas and was named for Andrew Jackson. The first bank in Holton was established in 1872 as the Farmers Bank and Savings Institution. The Kelly census indicates 7 Brown Backs and 2 Plain Backs are known from the NB of Holton, yet his book shows the bank issued Second Charter notes only, liquidating in 1909. In any case, this should be an affordable example on a better bank. Group 3, Series Standard. Plate date 5/14/96. Seven $5 Brown Backs reported.
Grade: Fine    Bank Name: Holton, NB, W5041
Lot #109870 - National Bank Notes > Kansas - ($ 250.00 - $ 500.00)
Fr. 1801-1 $10 1929T1
Humboldt, NB, 6963
Today there are 13 small notes reported on this Allen County bank. This appears to be an addition. A nice, problem free note.
Grade: VF+    Bank Name: Humboldt, NB, 6963
Lot #109871 - National Bank Notes > Kentucky - ($ 600.00 - $ 1,200.00)
Fr. 626 $10 1902ND
Clinton, First NB, 9098
A scarce large size from Hickman County that is rarely offered as such. I sold another last year from this collection for $720. Before that, it was a decade since the last appearance.
Grade: VF    Bank Name: Clinton, First NB, 9098
Lot #109872 - National Bank Notes > Kentucky - ($ 60.00 - $ 120.00)
Fr. 1801-2 $10 1929T2
Louisville, Citizens Union NB, 2164
A common T2 in excellent condition.
Grade: VF+    Bank Name: Louisville, Citizens Union NB, 2164
Lot #109873 - National Bank Notes > Kentucky - ($ 150.00 - $ 300.00)
Fr. 607 $5 1902ND
Louisville, NB of Kentucky, 5312
An evenly circulated $5 with well stamped signatures.
Grade: Fine    Bank Name: Louisville, NB of Kentucky, 5312
Lot #109874 - National Bank Notes > Kentucky - ($ 200.00 - $ 400.00)
Fr. 633 $10 1902ND
Louisville, NB of Kentucky, 5312
High quality paper makes this common charter desirable. Brown spot at lower left and excellent signatures.
Grade: VF/XF    Bank Name: Louisville, NB of Kentucky, 5312
Lot #109875 - National Bank Notes > Kentucky - ($ 150.00 - $ 300.00)
Fr. 1802-1 $20 1929T1
Madisonville, Farmers NB, 8451
A pleasing circulated note with good color and 33 smalls reported.
Grade: VF    Bank Name: Madisonville, Farmers NB, 8451
Lot #109876 - National Bank Notes > Kentucky - ($ 400.00 - $ 800.00)
Fr. 1802-2 $20 1929T2
Maysville, State NB, 2663
There are 35 small notes reported and this best of the T2's.
Grade: XF+    Bank Name: Maysville, State NB, 2663
Lot #109877 - National Bank Notes > Kentucky - ($ 125.00 - $ 250.00)
Fr. 1801-2 $10 1929T2
Newport, American NB, 2726
A real pleasing T2 $10 with a partial tellers stamp. 38 small notes reported.
Grade: VF+    Bank Name: Newport, American NB, 2726
Lot #109878 - National Bank Notes > Kentucky - ($ 150.00 - $ 250.00)
Fr. 1802-1 $20 1929T1
Newport, American NB, 2726
This bank only issued small size with it's 2nd title. There are 38 smalls reported.
Grade: VF    Bank Name: Newport, American NB, 2726
Lot #109879 - National Bank Notes > Kentucky - ($ 200.00 - $ 400.00)
Fr. 629 $10 1902ND
Paducah, City NB, 2093
Decent looking although a bit scrubbed with faded signatures. 66 large notes reported.
Grade: F/VF    Bank Name: Paducah, City NB, 2093
Lot #109880 - National Bank Notes > Kentucky - ($ 350.00 - $ 700.00)
Fr. 1803-1 $50 1929T1
Paducah, City NB, 2093
This $50 type is not often seen on this charter with 39 small recorded, but only 13 $50's. Problem-free.
Grade: VF    Bank Name: Paducah, City NB, 2093
Lot #109881 - National Bank Notes > Kentucky - ($ 300.00 - $ 600.00)
Fr. 601 $5 1902ND
Richmond, Madison NB & TC, 1790
This is a pleasing example of this 2nd title note with visible but light purple stamped signatures.
Grade: VF    Bank Name: Richmond, Madison NB & TC, 1790
Lot #109882 - National Bank Notes > Kentucky - ($ 250.00 - $ 500.00)
Fr. 1801-1, 1802-1 $10, $20 1929T1
Richmond, Madison-Southern NB & TC, 1790
The start of a type set with a ten and a twenty. 39 smalls reported with the third title, as all small are.
Grade: VF, Fine    Bank Name: Richmond, Madison-Southern NB & TC, 1790
Lot #109883 - National Bank Notes > Kentucky - ($ 175.00 - $ 250.00)
Fr. 1801-2 $10 1929T2
Somerset, First NB, 3832
This charter has 41 small notes reported and it is cut a touch low.
Grade: VF    Bank Name: Somerset, First NB, 3832
Lot #109884 - National Bank Notes > Kentucky - ($ 175.00 - $ 350.00)
Fr. 1802-2 $20 1929T2
Somerset, First NB, 3832
An evenly circulated $20 T2 with 41 small notes reported and only four are $20 T2's.
Grade: VF    Bank Name: Somerset, First NB, 3832
Lot #109885 - National Bank Notes > Kentucky - ($ 250.00 - $ 500.00)
Fr. 1801-1 $10 1929T1
Somerset, Farmers NB, 5881
A $10 starters set with both the T1 and T2. 33 small notes reported.
Grade: VF, Fine    Bank Name: Somerset, Farmers NB, 5881
Lot #109886 - National Bank Notes > Kentucky - ($ 150.00 - $ 300.00)
Fr. 1801-2 $10 1929T2
Somerset, Farmers NB, 5881
An evenly circulated $10 T2 with 33 small notes reported.
Grade: VF    Bank Name: Somerset, Farmers NB, 5881
Lot #109887 - National Bank Notes > Kentucky - ($ 175.00 - $ 350.00)
Fr. 1802-2 $20 1929T2
Somerset, Farmers NB, 5881
A pleasing and scarce small size type $20 T2 with only 33 small notes reported. This is the best of three T2 $20's known.
Grade: VF    Bank Name: Somerset, Farmers NB, 5881
Lot #109888 - National Bank Notes > Kentucky - ($ 400.00 - $ 800.00)
Fr. 658 $20 1902ND
Somerset, Citizens NB, S11544
Bold black signatures and even circulation. Only 11 small and two large records show at auction.
Grade: F/VF    Bank Name: Somerset, Citizens NB, S11544
Lot #109889 - National Bank Notes > Kentucky - ($ 135.00 - $ 200.00)
Fr. 1801-1 $10 1929T1
Somerset, Citizens NB, 11544
A pleasing VF with good color and centering.
Grade: VF+    Bank Name: Somerset, Citizens NB, 11544
Lot #109890 - National Bank Notes > Kentucky - ($ 125.00 - $ 250.00)
Fr. 1801-2 $10 1929T2
Somerset, Citizens NB, 11544
A decent $10 T2 that is one of just 33 small notes reported.
Grade: VF    Bank Name: Somerset, Citizens NB, 11544
Lot #109891 - National Bank Notes > Maine - ($ 700.00 - $ 1,200.00)
Fr. 383 $1 1875
Lewiston, First NB, 330
This note is one of five original aces. Great signatures and even wear for the grade. PMG notes repaired.
Grade: PMG VG 10 NET    Bank Name: Lewiston, First NB, 330
Lot #109892 - National Bank Notes > Maine - ($ 600.00 - $ 1,200.00)
Fr. 546 $20 1902DB
Pittsfield, NB, N4188
A tough large size note from Somerset County with only 12 large notes reported. Nice pen signatures.
Grade: F/VF    Bank Name: Pittsfield, NB, N4188
Lot #109893 - National Bank Notes > Maryland - ($ 175.00 - $ 250.00)
Fr. 1801-1 $10 1929T1
Oakland, Garrett NB, 6588
This evenly circulated note has 47 small notes reported. Also includes a check.
Grade: VF    Bank Name: Oakland, Garrett NB, 6588
Lot #109894 - National Bank Notes > Maryland - ($ 250.00 - $ 500.00)
Fr. 624 $10 1902ND
Port Deposit, Cecil NB, E1211
This note is a bit dirty but the bold signatures help the overall appearance a lot.
Grade: Fine    Bank Name: Port Deposit, Cecil NB, E1211
Lot #109895 - National Bank Notes > Massachusetts - ($ 1,500.00 - $ 3,000.00)
Fr. 470 $5 1882BB
Lenox, NB, 4013
In the PCDA 2006 sale we wrote: "Lenox is the seat of Berkshire County and is historically known as a farm and mill town. The town began to grow into a summer town in 1845, when Samuel Gray Ward built a summer home just outside of town. Ward was the Boston banker who would later finance the U.S. purchase of Alaska. He raved about the town to his top-tier circle of friends and, shortly after, many of them began to build summer "cottages" as retreats. These cottages were more like mansions than anything, the largest built for Anson Phelps, a rail baron, with over 100 rooms and built on 900 acres just outside of town. This outstanding example of the second variety of the "Cigar Box Label" will always be sought after because of the grade and the delicate pen signatures. Of the 18 large notes reported only two are $5 Brown Backs. Group 9. Plate date 4/18/89". Amazing signatures.
Grade: AU    Bank Name: Lenox, NB, 4013
Lot #109896 - National Bank Notes > Massachusetts - ($ 250.00 - $ 500.00)
Fr. 1803-1 $50 1929T1
New Bedford, Safe Deposit NB, 12405
There are minors spots around the edges from this Bristol County location. 63 reported but only six $50's.
Grade: VF    Bank Name: New Bedford, Safe Deposit NB, 12405
Lot #109897 - National Bank Notes > Massachusetts - ($ 200.00 - $ 400.00)
Fr. 1801-1 $10 1929T1
Stockbridge, Housatonic NB, 1170
This Berkshire County location has 13 small notes reported.
Grade: PMG VF 25    Bank Name: Stockbridge, Housatonic NB, 1170
Lot #109898 - National Bank Notes > Massachusetts - ($ 300.00 - $ 600.00)
Fr. 650 $20 1902ND
Taunton, Machinists NB, 947
Bold black printed signatures and sought after Machinist title. 25 large notes reported.
Grade: VF    Bank Name: Taunton, Machinists NB, 947
Lot #109899 - National Bank Notes > Massachusetts - ($ 150.00 - $ 300.00)
Fr. 1801-1 $10 1929T1
Taunton, Machinists NB, 947
An interesting tradesman's title from a working man community. 29 reported from Bristol County.
Grade: VF    Bank Name: Taunton, Machinists NB, 947
Lot #109900 - National Bank Notes > Michigan - ($ 75.00 - $ 150.00)
Fr. 1801-1 $10 1929T1
Battle Creek, Central NB, 7013
A pleasing circulated example with 67 small notes reported.
Grade: VF    Bank Name: Battle Creek, Central NB, 7013
Lot #109901 - National Bank Notes > Michigan - ($ 75.00 - $ 150.00)
Fr. 1802-1 $20 1929T1
Battle Creek, Central NB & TC, 7013
A decent evenly circulated note from cereal world.
Grade: VF    Bank Name: Battle Creek, Central NB & TC, 7013
Lot #109902 - National Bank Notes > Michigan - ($ 150.00 - $ 300.00)
Fr. 624 $10 1902ND
Battle Creek, Old NB & TC, 7589
A bit tight along the top edge but the wispy signatures are clear enough. 22 large notes reported on this second title.
Grade: VF    Bank Name: Battle Creek, Old NB & TC, 7589
Lot #109903 - National Bank Notes > Michigan - ($ 150.00 - $ 300.00)
Fr. 650 $20 1902ND
Battle Creek, Old NB, M7589
First title with 28 large notes reported. Signatures are basically faded away.
Grade: Fine    Bank Name: Battle Creek, Old NB, M7589
Lot #109904 - National Bank Notes > Michigan - ($ 50.00 - $ 100.00)
Fr. 633 $10 1902ND
Battle Creek, City NB, 11852
This note had been aided by four large pieces of scotch tape on the back. Signatures are still there.
Grade: VG/Fine    Bank Name: Battle Creek, City NB, 11852
Lot #109905 - National Bank Notes > Michigan - ($ 400.00 - $ 800.00)
Fr. 602 $5 1902ND
Benton Harbor, American NB, 10143
A lovely example of this Benton Harbor bank with lovely purple stamped signatures. Seldom seen as nice.
Grade: XF+    Bank Name: Benton Harbor, American NB, 10143
Lot #109906 - National Bank Notes > Michigan - ($ 125.00 - $ 250.00)
Fr. 1801-1, 1802-1 $10, $20 1929T1
Benton Harbor, American NB & TC, 10143
A $10 and $20 and both have minor flaws in wear or ink.
Grade: Fine    Bank Name: Benton Harbor, American NB & TC, 10143
Lot #109907 - National Bank Notes > Michigan - ($ 200.00 - $ 400.00)
Fr. 607 $5 1902ND
Blissfield, First NB, 11813
A scarce town that was a late charter that only issued $5's. Several of the 19 large notes reported are higher quality.
Grade: Fine    Bank Name: Blissfield, First NB, 11813
Lot #109907.a - National Bank Notes > Michigan - ($ 1,000.00 - $ 2,000.00)
Fr. 382 $1 Original
Charlotte, First NB, 1758
An evenly circulated ace from Eaton County with two bank, and the other is unreported. This is the only ace out of 17 large reported. Split on the right is easily restorable.
Grade: Fine    Bank Name: Charlotte, First NB, 1758
Lot #109908 - National Bank Notes > Michigan - ($ 75.00 - $ 150.00)
Fr. 1800-1 $5 1929T1
Detroit, First Wayne NB, 10527
Sharp and evenly circulated.
Grade: PCGS VF 25    Bank Name: Detroit, First Wayne NB, 10527
Lot #109909 - National Bank Notes > Michigan - ($ 350.00 - $ 700.00)
Fr. 1803-1 $50 1929T1
Detroit, First NB & First Wayne NB, 10527
An interesting pair of Detroit $50's.
Grade: VF    Bank Name: Detroit, First NB & First Wayne NB, 10527
Lot #109910 - National Bank Notes > Michigan - ($ 75.00 - $ 150.00)
Fr. 601 $5 1902ND
Grand Rapids, NB, 3293
Just an average note from this furniture capital. Rust spots throughout.
Grade: VF    Bank Name: Grand Rapids, NB, 3293
Lot #109911 - National Bank Notes > Michigan - ($ 150.00 - $ 300.00)
Fr. 1801-1, 1802-1 $10, $20 1929T1
Grand Rapids, American NB, 13328
Two notes. A ten and twenty starter set. Nice quality.
Grade: VF    Bank Name: Grand Rapids, American NB, 13328
Lot #109912 - National Bank Notes > Michigan - ($ 175.00 - $ 350.00)
Fr. 1802-1 $20 1929T1
Grand Rapids, American NB, 13328
Two notes. A pretty pair of $20's from a bank that only issued small size.
Grade: VF+    Bank Name: Grand Rapids, American NB, 13328
Lot #109913 - National Bank Notes > Michigan - ($ 75.00 - $ 150.00)
Fr. 1801-2 $10 1929T2
Grand Rapids, Peoples NB, 13799
A late chartered title with 82 small notes reported. Many pinholes.
Grade: VF    Bank Name: Grand Rapids, Peoples NB, 13799
Lot #109914 - National Bank Notes > Michigan - ($ 300.00 - $ 500.00)
Fr. 1800-2, 1801-2, 1802-1 $5, $10, $20 1929T2, 1929T1
Trio of Grand Rapids Nationals
A trio to start your small size collection.
Grade: VF, VF, Fine    Bank Name: Trio of Grand Rapids Nationals
Lot #109915 - National Bank Notes > Michigan - ($ 250.00 - $ 500.00)
Fr. 601, 650 $5, $20 1902ND
Pair of Grand Rapids Nationals
Start a set with these two notes. Grand Rapids NB M3293 and the Old NB of Grand Rapids 2890.
Grade: VG+,VF    Bank Name: Pair of Grand Rapids Nationals
Lot #109916 - National Bank Notes > Michigan - ($ 300.00 - $ 600.00)
Fr. 653 $20 1902ND
Hartford, Olney NB, 9854
Family bank title with 32 large notes reported. Excellent signatures and a counter stamp on back.
Grade: F/VF    Bank Name: Hartford, Olney NB, 9854
Lot #109917 - National Bank Notes > Michigan - ($ 500.00 - $ 1,000.00)
Fr. 624 $10 1902ND
Hillsdale, First NB, M168
Nicely stamped black signatures enhance this example. Just 15 large notes reported.
Grade: VF    Bank Name: Hillsdale, First NB, M168
Lot #109918 - National Bank Notes > Michigan - ($ 300.00 - $ 600.00)
Fr. 626 $10 1902ND
Iron Mountain, First NB, M3806
There are only 21 large notes reported and this is an evenly circulated example. Scarce and desirable location.
Grade: Fine+    Bank Name: Iron Mountain, First NB, M3806
Lot #109919 - National Bank Notes > Michigan - ($ 150.00 - $ 300.00)
Fr. 606 $5 1902ND
Jackson, National Union Bank, M11289
A decent evenly circulated example with 61 large notes reported with the first title.
Grade: Fine    Bank Name: Jackson, National Union Bank, M11289
Lot #109920 - National Bank Notes > Michigan - ($ 60.00 - $ 120.00)
Fr. 1802-1 $20 1929T1
Muskegon, Hackley Union NB, 4398
Evenly circulated $20.
Grade: VF    Bank Name: Muskegon, Hackley Union NB, 4398
Lot #109921 - National Bank Notes > Michigan - ($ 225.00 - $ 450.00)
Fr. 609 $5 1902ND
Pontiac, First NB & TC, 12288
Bold black signatures and even circulation.
Grade: Fine    Bank Name: Pontiac, First NB & TC, 12288
Lot #109922 - National Bank Notes > Minnesota - ($ 1,500.00 - $ 3,000.00)
Fr. 537 $5 1882DB
Alexandria, Farmers NB, M5859
ALEXANDRIA is the county seat of Douglas County. Settled in 1858, it was named in honor of Alexander Kinkead, one of its first settlers. The village of Alexandria was incorporated February 20, 1877. It was surveyed in 1866 and purchased in 1868 by W. E. Hicks, who established a mill, a hotel, a store, and the first newspaper; he also served as first postmaster when the office was established in 1858. The first passenger train on the railroad reached this place November 5, 1878. The village was known as a summer resort during the 1870s.
Grade: Ch. CU    Bank Name: Alexandria, Farmers NB, M5859
Lot #109923 - National Bank Notes > Minnesota - ($ 250.00 - $ 500.00)
Fr. 1802-1 $20 1929T1
Cambridge, First NB, 7428
A pleasing note from Isanti County with 27 small notes reported.
Grade: VF    Bank Name: Cambridge, First NB, 7428
Lot #109924 - National Bank Notes > Minnesota - ($ 1,500.00 - $ 3,000.00)
Fr. 587 $5 1902RS
Chisholm, First NB, M7647
CHISHOLM is a city in St. Louis County in the Duluth metro area. The Chippewa called the area "meebeega"; it is roughly translated to mean "rough earth". A mining town, the area was first explored in 1892 by E.J. Longyear, inventor of the diamond drill, and for whom the lake in town is named. He founded the first mine in town, the Pillsbury. Later, Archibald Chisholm, who was living near Ely, migrated to Hibbing and founded the Chisholm mine there. He was born in Alexandria, Ontario, April 25, 1864; moved in 1894 to Hibbing, where he was a bank cashier, dealing also in real estate and mining properties. Chisolm was incorporated July 23, 1901, and burned September 5, 1908, but was soon rebuilt. The post office was established in 1901. This beauty is one of several from this community with 27 large notes reported. 14 are red seals of similar grade. Nice clear penned signature of the cashier while the presidents is faded.
Grade: VF/XF    Bank Name: Chisholm, First NB, M7647
Lot #109925 - National Bank Notes > Minnesota - ($ 500.00 - $ 1,000.00)
Fr. 633 $10 1902ND
Cloquet, First NB, M5405
One note from a one bank town is pen signed from Carlton County with 28 large notes reported.
Grade: VF    Bank Name: Cloquet, First NB, M5405
Lot #109926 - National Bank Notes > Minnesota - ($ 800.00 - $ 1,500.00)
Fr. 627 $10 1902ND
Elbow Lake, First NB, 4617
ELBOW LAKE is the county seat of Grant County. The community received its name from the adjacent lake, shaped like an arm bent at the elbow. Elbow Lake village was chosen in 1874 to be the county seat. It was platted October 28, 1886, and was organized September 2, 1887. The first commercial building was erected in 1884, a boardinghouse and saloon called the Elbow Lake House. The village had a station serving several railroad lines; the first post office began operation in 1873, with Henry F. Sanford postmaster. A second post office began in 1883.
Grade: VF/XF    Bank Name: Elbow Lake, First NB, 4617
Lot #109927 - National Bank Notes > Minnesota - ($ 200.00 - $ 400.00)
Fr. 1801-1 $10 1929T1
Kasson, NB of Dodge County, 10580
Evenly circulated with 33 small notes reported.
Grade: VF    Bank Name: Kasson, NB of Dodge County, 10580
Lot #109928 - National Bank Notes > Minnesota - ($ 400.00 - $ 800.00)
Fr. 632 $10 1902ND
Little Falls, American NB, 4655
LITTLE FALLS is the county seat of Morrison County near the geographic center of the state. Established in 1848, Little Falls is one of the oldest cities in Minnesota. Platted in 1855 it was incorporated as a village February 25, 1879, and as a city in July 1890. James Fergus is considered the founder of the village, living there until he moved to Fergus Falls and began that city. The post office opened in 1852 while it was still part of Benton County. Little Falls is the location of the boyhood home of Charles Lindbergh. Just across from the home is Charles A. Lindbergh State Park, named after Lindbergh's father, prominent Minnesota lawyer and U.S. Congressman. The town was named after falls that were located on the Mississippi River, which travels through the town. "Kakabikansing," the Ojibwe name of Little Falls, means "the place of the little squarely cut-off rock." The St. Francis Convent and Campus is located in Little Falls, founded by the Roman Catholic order of Franciscans in 1891. A premium quality blue pen signed $10 with 25 large notes reported. No smalls from this charter. 16 from the second title.
Grade: VF/XF    Bank Name: Little Falls, American NB, 4655
Lot #109929 - National Bank Notes > Minnesota - ($ 500.00 - $ 1,000.00)
Fr. 632 $10 1902ND
Little Falls, American NB, 4655
Great pen signatures on this Morrison County location with 16 large notes reported with the second title.
Grade: VF    Bank Name: Little Falls, American NB, 4655
Lot #109930 - National Bank Notes > Minnesota - ($ 500.00 - $ 1,000.00)
Fr. 609 $5 1902ND
Minneapolis, Transportation Brotherhoods NB, 12282
MINNEAPOLIS is the county seat of Hennepin County. Nearby Fort Snelling, built in 1819 by the United States Army, spurred growth in the area; the city proper was founded by Col. John H. Stevens who built the first house in 1849-50. The city of Minneapolis was incorporated March 2, 1866; its post office was established in 1854. Minneapolis lies on both banks of the Mississippi River and adjoins Saint Paul, the state's capital. Known as the "Twin Cities," Minneapolis-St. Paul is the 16th-largest metropolitan area in the US. Minneapolis grew up around Saint Anthony Falls, the highest waterfall on the Mississippi; it was once the world's flour milling capital and a hub for timber. Many names were promoted for the young city including All Saints, Hennepin, Lowell, Brooklyn, Albion, and others. The name Minneapolis is attributed to the city's first schoolteacher, who combined mni, the Dakota word for water, and polis, the Greek word for city.
Grade: VF/XF    Bank Name: Minneapolis, Transportation Brotherhoods NB, 12282
Lot #109931 - National Bank Notes > Minnesota - ($ 300.00 - $ 600.00)
Fr. 1801-1, 1801-2 $10 1929T1, 1929T2
Trio of Minneapolis Nationals
Three different notes from the state capital. First NB #203, American NB #6828 and Empire NB & TC #12922.
Grade: XF    Bank Name: Trio of Minneapolis Nationals
Lot #109932 - National Bank Notes > Minnesota - ($ 350.00 - $ 600.00)
Fr. 1802-1 $20 1929T1
Minneota, Farmers and Merchants NB, 6917
MINNEOTA is a city in Lyon County, on the Yellow Medicine River. Incorporated on January 21, 1881, it was first known locally as Pumpa, so designated by early Norwegian settlers because of the railroad water pump, and then called Upper Yellow Medicine Crossing for its location. It was platted as Nordland by the Winona and St. Peter Railroad in August 1876; when the post office was established in 1878, it was given the name Nordland. When the railroad built its depot on the right side of the tracks and other buildings went up nearby, the post office moved and the name changed to Minneota, a Dakota name, meaning "much water."
Grade: XF/AU    Bank Name: Minneota, Farmers and Merchants NB, 6917
Lot #109933 - National Bank Notes > Minnesota - ($ 7,500.00 - $ 15,000.00)
Fr. 401 $5 1875
Owatonna, Farmers NB, 2122
OWATONNA is the county seat of Steele County, first settled in 1853. Platted in September 1855, it was incorporated as a town August 9, 1858; the post office was established in 1855. Located on the Straight River, Owatonna the Dakota name of the river, which is its translation; on the early state maps, it is called Owatonna River, but by 1870 it had become the Straight River. It had a station of the Chicago and North Western Railway. The Minnesota State School for Dependent and Neglected Children was built in 1886. The school took in orphans from around the state and taught them "the value of drill, discipline and labor." Owatonna's National Farmer's Bank is widely recognized as one of the premier pieces of the "Prairie School of Architecture" in America. Designed by Louis Sullivan, the building was finished in 1908 and features gold leaf arches, stained glass windows, and nouveau baroque art designs. It is on the National Register of Historic Places and is now occupied by a branch of Wells Fargo Bank. This first charter is only AU due to a upper right corner fold. Beautiful, bright, fresh and crispy.
Grade: Ch. AU    Bank Name: Owatonna, Farmers NB, 2122
Lot #109934 - National Bank Notes > Minnesota - ($ 700.00 - $ 1,500.00)
Fr. 606 $5 1902ND
Proctor, First NB, 11125
Sharp and evenly circulated with purple stamped signatures. Eight large notes reported from this St. Louis County location. Last one was offered in 2009.
Grade: F/VF    Bank Name: Proctor, First NB, 11125
Lot #109935 - National Bank Notes > Minnesota - ($ 750.00 - $ 1,500.00)
Fr. 574 $5 1882VB
Redwood Falls, First NB, M5826
REDWOOD FALLS is a city in Redwood and Renville Counties and is the county seat of Redwood County. First settled in the spring and summer of 1864, Redwood Falls was platted October 1865 and incorporated as a village March 9, 1876. The name is taken from the falls of the Redwood River. The city is located in an area first opened to white settlers in 1851; the U.S. government built a sawmill at the falls of the Redwood River in 1855 and later a gristmill. Col. Sam McPhail platted the town in 1854 and built the first house; the post office began in 1864. The Minneapolis and St. Louis Railroad came through North Redwood in 1884. Richard W. Sears, the founder of the Sears and Roebuck Company, was the first depot agent for North Redwood. The story of the birth of Sears and Roebuck begins with a Redwood Falls jeweler refusing an order of watches he claimed never to have ordered. Sears got permission to sell these watches to other agents and soon learned that the mail order business could be profitable. He quit the railroad shortly thereafter and set up in Minneapolis as a watch business. In 1887 he took watch repairman Alvah R. Roebuck on as a partner, moved the business to Chicago and put out a mail order catalog. Sears and Roebuck became a multi-million dollar business by the turn of the century, and a billion dollar business by the 1960s.
Grade: VF+    Bank Name: Redwood Falls, First NB, M5826
Lot #109936 - National Bank Notes > Minnesota - ($ 1,000.00 - $ 2,000.00)
Fr. 480 $10 1882BB
Saint Paul, Second NB, 725
SAINT PAUL is the second largest city in the state, the county seat of Ramsey County, and the state capital of Minnesota. Adjoining Minneapolis, it is one half of the "Twin Cities". The origin and growth of the city was spurred by the proximity of Fort Snelling, the first major United States military presence in the area, and by its location on the Upper Mississippi River. Originally called Pig's Eye or Pig's Eye Landing, it was first settled when Pierre "Pig's Eye" Parrant, fur trader turned bootlegger, located a distillery and tavern there in 1838. Saint Paul developed around Lambert's Landing, the northernmost natural navigable port on the Mississippi; by the early 1840s the area had become important as a trading center and a stopping point for settlers heading west. The community received its present name from a little Catholic chapel built in 1841 under the direction of Father Lucian Galtier. The Minnesota Territory was formalized in 1849 with Saint Paul named as its capital. In 1854, Saint Paul incorporated as a city and in 1858, Minnesota was admitted to the union with Saint Paul becoming the capital of the 32nd state. Well-known residents have included writer F. Scott Fitzgerald and radio host and author Garrison Keillor.
Grade: VF+    Bank Name: Saint Paul, Second NB, 725
Lot #109937 - National Bank Notes > Minnesota - ($ 100.00 - $ 200.00)
Fr. 1802-2 $20 1929T2
Saint Paul, American NB, 6828
A popular American title on a T2 $20. Surprisingly many were printed.
Grade: VF    Bank Name: Saint Paul, American NB, 6828
Lot #109938 - National Bank Notes > Minnesota - ($ 6,000.00 - $ 12,000.00)
Fr. 613 $10 1902RS
Sleepy Eye, First NB, M6387
This is the quintessential example of a great, rare and desirable Minnesota National Bank Note. No other town or bank evokes more emotion among National Bank Note enthusiasts than a beautiful Red Seal with vanity signatures, wonderful centering and a recognizable name from a place you have never heard of by any other means. This bank was chartered in 1902 and took this title in 1904, continuing to issue notes through 1935. This neat town is located south and west of Minneapolis and pretty much due north of the Higgins Museum, in case you wish to find it some day!
Grade: Ch. AU    Bank Name: Sleepy Eye, First NB, M6387
Lot #109939 - National Bank Notes > Minnesota - ($ 800.00 - $ 1,500.00)
Fr. 593 $5 1902DB
Starbuck, First NB, M9596
STARBUCK is a city in Pope County, platted in the spring of 1882 and incorporated as a village on June 6, 1883. There are many versions of the city's naming: for the oxen Star and Buck, owned by Andrew Hagenson, who hauled the materials for an early bridge; for Sidney Starbuck, a director of the Little Falls and Dakota Railroad; for W. H. Starbuck, a New York capitalist with interests in the railroad; for an early settler whose last name was Sagbaken; or after an area in Baerum, Norway called Stabekk. The post office began in 1869 as White Bear Centre, with Nels B. Wollan as postmaster in his general store three miles north of the present townsite; he moved the store to Starbuck in 1882 when the name changed, continuing as postmaster. Starbuck is the home of the world's largest lefse, a traditional soft Norwegian flatbread.
Grade: Ch. CU    Bank Name: Starbuck, First NB, M9596
Lot #109940 - National Bank Notes > Minnesota - ($ 250.00 - $ 500.00)
Fr. 1801-1 $10 1929T1
Stillwater, First NB, 2674
A pleasing Washington County bank with 90 small notes reported.
Grade: VF+    Bank Name: Stillwater, First NB, 2674
Lot #109941 - National Bank Notes > Minnesota - ($ 100.00 - $ 200.00)
Fr. 1801-1 $10 1929T1
Stillwater, First NB, 2674
Evenly circulated with slight paper clip rust.
Grade: VF    Bank Name: Stillwater, First NB, 2674
Lot #109942 - National Bank Notes > Minnesota - ($ 250.00 - $ 500.00)
Fr. 1802-1 $20 1929T1
Stillwater, First NB, 2674
This bank was quite successful from a national bank note point of view. 90 small notes reported.
Grade: VF+    Bank Name: Stillwater, First NB, 2674
Lot #109943 - National Bank Notes > Minnesota - ($ 4,000.00 - $ 8,000.00)
Fr. 633 $10 1902ND
Thief River Falls, First NB, 5894
THIEF RIVER FALLS is the county seat of Pennington County. The community takes its name from a geographic feature, the falls of the Red Lake River at its confluence with the Thief River. The name of the river is a loose translation of the Ojibwe phrase, Gimood-akiwi ziibi, literally, the "Stolen-Land River" or "Thieving Land River," which originated when a band of Dakota Indians occupied a secret encampment along the river. The Falls marked the limit of navigability of the Red Lake River, where the eponymous townsite was established in 1887 and later incorporated as a city in 1896. A post office named Thief River operated February-May 1884 while still part of Polk County and was then reestablished in 1891. The city was a former terminus for the Great Northern and Soo Line railroads.
Grade: Ch. AU    Bank Name: Thief River Falls, First NB, 5894
Lot #109944 - National Bank Notes > Minnesota - ($ 10,000.00 - $ 20,000.00)
Fr. 513 $50 1882BB
Wadena, First NB, 4821
WADENA is a city in Otter Tail and Wadena counties and is the county seat of Wadena County. It was first settled in the fall of 1871, incorporated February 14, 1881, and separated from the township on March 11, 1921. The post office was established in 1873; it had a station serving the Great Northern Railway and Northern Pacific Railroad. The town took its name from the Wadena trading post of the old trail from Crow Wing to Otter Tail City and Pembina, situated on the west bluff of the Crow Wing River at its crossing in the present township of Thomastown. Wadena, an archaic Ojibwe word meaning "a little round hill," probably refers to the rounded outlines of the Crow Wing bluffs along the river.
Grade: CU    Bank Name: Wadena, First NB, 4821
Lot #109945 - National Bank Notes > Minnesota - ($ 125.00 - $ 250.00)
Fr. 1801-1 $10 1929T1
Waseca, First NB, 6544
A well circulated note that is one of 38 small notes reported.
Grade: Fine    Bank Name: Waseca, First NB, 6544
Lot #109946 - National Bank Notes > Minnesota - ($ 1,250.00 - $ 2,500.00)
Fr. 545 $10 1882DB
Wheaton, First NB, M6035
WHEATON is the county seat of Traverse County. The city was incorporated as a village on May 25, 1887; it was first platted on September 1, 1884. The post office began in 1879 as Lake Valley, changing to Wheaton in 1884. It had a station of the Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul Railroad. Home of the Big Mallard: The large mallard located along Highway 75 on the south side of Wheaton was constructed in 1960 to proclaim the 'Land O' Ducks' theme for the Wheaton area. The twenty foot high mallard statue stills stands today. A wonderful 1882DB from Traverse County with a red stamped President signature and penned cashier sig. Somehow there are ten large notes reported. This is beautifully centered with excellent quality. Mostly Value Backs are known
Grade: VF+    Bank Name: Wheaton, First NB, M6035
Lot #109947 - National Bank Notes > Minnesota - ($ 1,000.00 - $ 2,000.00)
Fr. 656 $20 1902ND
Winnebago, Blue Earth Valley NB, M10393
WINNEBAGO is a township in Faribault County, settled in June 1855, organized in October 1858, was then named Winnebago City. It was named for the Winnebago Indians, whose reservation during the years 1855 to 1863 was in the adjoining Blue Earth County. It was named "City" for discrimination from the Winnebago Agency near Mankato, but this part of the name was discontinued in 1905. The post office was first called Winnebago City, 1857-1905, when it was changed to the present name. The village had a station of the Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis and Omaha Railroad. It is not the home of Winnebago campers. This gorgeous example is likely the best of the 12 large notes reported on this charter. Exceptional pen signatures by the VP and Cashier. It has been over five years since any have appeared.
Grade: AU    Bank Name: Winnebago, Blue Earth Valley NB, M10393
Lot #109947.a - National Bank Notes > Minnesota - ($ 4,000.00 - $ 8,000.00)
Fr. 382a $1 Original
Winona, Merchants NB, 2268
WINONA is a city in and the county seat of Winona County, located in picturesque bluff country on the Mississippi River. It was platted June 19, 1852 and was first named Montezuma. It was changed to Winona, named for a Dakota woman, cousin of the last chief named Wabasha, both of whom were prominent in the events attending the removal in 1848 of the Winnebago Indians from Iowa to Wabasha's Prairie. The city was incorporated as a village on March 3, 1855, and as a city in 1867. Its most noticeable physical landmark is Sugar Loaf, a rocky pinnacle. It is known as the stained glass capital of the United States. German and Polish immigrants were the majority of the new settlers, and by 1857 Winona was the third largest city in the state. The post office began as Montezuma in Wabasha County, June-August 1852. Winona’s most famous resident is Winona Ryder, born Winona Horowitz and named after the town in which she was born. This note was previously not reported to Trand & Price and now it is the 34th example reported. Excellent originality, color and centering. All the bells and whistles needed for exceptional quality.
Grade: PMG CH. UNC 64 EPQ    Bank Name: Winona, Merchants NB, 2268
Lot #109948 - National Bank Notes > Minnesota - ($ 12,500.00 - $ 22,500.00)
Fr. 389 $2 Original
Winona, Merchants NB, 2268
This is a new serial number to the census. There are only 32 notes reported. Excellent centering and original signatures and large margins. Faint corner tip bend. PMG notes pinholes.
Grade: PMG Ch. AU 58    Bank Name: Winona, Merchants NB, 2268
Lot #109949 - National Bank Notes > Mississippi - ($ 450.00 - $ 850.00)
Fr. 652 $20 1902ND
Pontotoc, First NB, 9040
A nice note from a good location with 37 large notes reported. The stamped signatures have mostly faded from the humidity.
Grade: VF    Bank Name: Pontotoc, First NB, 9040
Lot #109950 - National Bank Notes > Missouri - ($ 2,000.00 - $ 3,000.00)
Fr. 676 $50 1902ND
Kansas City, First NB, 3456
A lovely $50 KC with the ladder charter #3456. Great quality. Not sure I have seen better.
Grade: PMG VF 30    Bank Name: Kansas City, First NB, 3456
Lot #109951 - National Bank Notes > Missouri - ($ 150.00 - $ 300.00)
Fr. 632 $10 1902ND
Kansas City, NB of Commerce, M10231
This bank changed to this title after being the Southwest National bank. 26 large notes reported for this second title dated 1919.
Grade: Fine    Bank Name: Kansas City, NB of Commerce, M10231
Lot #109952 - National Bank Notes > Missouri - ($ 500.00 - $ 1,000.00)
Fr. 608 $5 1902ND
Monett, First NB, 5973
A lovely note from Barry County with 28 large notes reported and this note has wonderful purple stamped signatures. It's nice as any blue seal 3rd charter reported.
Grade: VF+    Bank Name: Monett, First NB, 5973
Lot #109953 - National Bank Notes > Missouri - ($ 250.00 - $ 500.00)
Fr. 1802-1 $20 1929T1
Nevada, Thornton NB, 9382
A well centered note from Vernon County with 49 small notes reported. Really a pretty note.
Grade: VF+    Bank Name: Nevada, Thornton NB, 9382
Lot #109954 - National Bank Notes > Missouri - ($ 125.00 - $ 250.00)
Fr. 627 $10 1902ND
St. Louis, NB of Commerce, 4178
This is the most often available bank in town. Very high serial number.
Grade: VF    Bank Name: St. Louis, NB of Commerce, 4178
Lot #109955 - National Bank Notes > Missouri - ($ 150.00 - $ 250.00)
Fr. 632 $10 1902ND
St. Louis, State NB, 5172
A thin pink line vertically on face. Very minor.
Grade: VF/XF    Bank Name: St. Louis, State NB, 5172
Lot #109956 - National Bank Notes > Missouri - ($ 100.00 - $ 200.00)
Fr. 632 $10 1902ND
St. Louis, State NB, 5172
One of the state's larger banks.
Grade: Fine    Bank Name: St. Louis, State NB, 5172
Lot #109957 - National Bank Notes > Missouri - ($ 150.00 - $ 300.00)
Fr. 591 $5 1902DB
St. Louis, Central NB, M8455
Only 88 large reported. This is likely not listed. Split closed with tape on left.
Grade: VF    Bank Name: St. Louis, Central NB, M8455
Lot #109958 - National Bank Notes > Missouri - ($ 200.00 - $ 400.00)
Fr. 660 $20 1902ND
St. Louis, National City Bank, 11989
Every note I see on this charter is a 5. Less than 7% are $20's and this one has great signatures.
Grade: VF+    Bank Name: St. Louis, National City Bank, 11989
Lot #109959 - National Bank Notes > Missouri - ($ 250.00 - $ 500.00)
Fr. 609 $5 1902ND
St. Louis, American Exchange NB, 12506
A pleasing note with well stamped signatures and excellent color. 28 large notes reported and few are as nice.
Grade: VF/XF    Bank Name: St. Louis, American Exchange NB, 12506
Lot #109960 - National Bank Notes > Missouri - ($ 400.00 - $ 800.00)
Fr. 1802-1 $20 1929T1
Stewartsville, First NB, 4160
A very nice $20 is one of five $20 T1's reported of the 22 small size on the census.
Grade: VF    Bank Name: Stewartsville, First NB, 4160
Lot #109961 - National Bank Notes > Missouri - ($ 175.00 - $ 350.00)
Fr. 1801-1 $10 1929T1
Trenton, NB, 4933
A small northern Missouri community with 36 small notes reported in Grundy County.
Grade: VF    Bank Name: Trenton, NB, 4933
Lot #109962 - National Bank Notes > Missouri - ($ 125.00 - $ 250.00)
Fr. 1801-1 $10 1929T1
Wellston, First NB, 8011
There are 56 small notes reported on this St. Louis County location.
Grade: VF    Bank Name: Wellston, First NB, 8011
Lot #109963 - National Bank Notes > Missouri - ($ 150.00 - $ 300.00)
Fr. 1802-1 $20 1929T1
Wellston, First NB, 8011
A pleasing note from St. Louis County with 50 smalls reported.
Grade: VF    Bank Name: Wellston, First NB, 8011
Lot #109964 - National Bank Notes > Nebraska - ($ 125.00 - $ 250.00)
Fr. 1801-1 $10 1929T1
Beatrice, NB, 3081
A nice popular eastern Nebraska location in Gage County with 61 small notes reported.
Grade: F/VF    Bank Name: Beatrice, NB, 3081
Lot #109965 - National Bank Notes > Nebraska - ($ 750.00 - $ 1,500.00)
Fr. 651 $20 1902ND
North Platte, First NB, W3496
Out in Lincoln County is a very scarce town with 21 large notes reported from this area that is seldom seen. Only two are shown as higher quality. Stamped black signatures. Considered the "hometown" of Buffalo Bill.
Grade: XF    Bank Name: North Platte, First NB, W3496
Lot #109966 - National Bank Notes > Nebraska - ($ 225.00 - $ 450.00)
Fr. 1802-2 $20 1929T2
Superior, Security NB, 14083
While plenty are known for 14000 collectors, there are only 26 reported on this Nuckolls County bank charter. New to the census.
Grade: VF    Bank Name: Superior, Security NB, 14083
Lot #109967 - National Bank Notes > New Hampshire - ($ 100.00 - $ 200.00)
Fr. 1801-1 $10 1929T1
Keene, Cheshire NB, 559
There are around 60 small notes reported.
Grade: Fine    Bank Name: Keene, Cheshire NB, 559
Lot #109968 - National Bank Notes > New Hampshire - ($ 200.00 - $ 400.00)
Fr. 660 $20 1902ND
Lancaster, NB, 2600
A pleasing evenly circulated note with faded signatures from Coos County. 36 large reported.
Grade: F/VF    Bank Name: Lancaster, NB, 2600
Lot #109969 - National Bank Notes > New Jersey - ($ 225.00 - $ 450.00)
Fr. 1801-1 $10 1929T1
Atlantic City, Atlantic City NB, 2527
Always a popular location for collectors. Very pleasing and 48 small notes reported.
Grade: PMG VF 30    Bank Name: Atlantic City, Atlantic City NB, 2527
Lot #109970 - National Bank Notes > New Jersey - ($ 300.00 - $ 600.00)
Fr. 600 $5 1902ND
Atlantic City, Boardwalk NB, 8800
A pleasing evenly circulated note with faded signatures. 52 large notes reported from this popular historic city,
Grade: Fine+    Bank Name: Atlantic City, Boardwalk NB, 8800
Lot #109971 - National Bank Notes > New Jersey - ($ 175.00 - $ 250.00)
Fr. 1801-1 $10 1929T1
Caldwell, NB, 7131
An evenly circulated note with 27 small notes reported.
Grade: Fine    Bank Name: Caldwell, NB, 7131
Lot #109972 - National Bank Notes > New Jersey - ($ 750.00 - $ 1,250.00)
Fr. 1801-2 $10 1929T2
High Bridge, First NB, 5333
There are 30 small notes reported and this example has broad margins. In 2015 a 63 brought $705. Low serial #29.
Grade: Ch. CU    Bank Name: High Bridge, First NB, 5333
Lot #109973 - National Bank Notes > New Jersey - ($ 80.00 - $ 150.00)
Fr. 1801-1 $10 1929T1
Jersey City, Franklin NB, 12397
Interesting bank title with 64 small notes reported.
Grade: VF+    Bank Name: Jersey City, Franklin NB, 12397
Lot #109974 - National Bank Notes > New Jersey - ($ 200.00 - $ 400.00)
Fr. 1800-1 $5 1929T1
Kearny. First NB & TC, 8627
This is the second title with 25 small notes reported.
Grade: F/VF    Bank Name: Kearny, First NB & TC, 8627
Lot #109975 - National Bank Notes > New Jersey - ($ 300.00 - $ 600.00)
Fr. 1801-2 $10 1929T2
Kearny, NB, 13537
A very high quality T2 from this bank with 46 small notes reported.
Grade: VF/XF    Bank Name: Kearny, NB, 13537
Lot #109976 - National Bank Notes > New Jersey - ($ 125.00 - $ 250.00)
Fr. 1802-1 $20 1929T1
Millville, NB, 1270
Decent paper quality and only one of 52 small notes reported.
Grade: VF    Bank Name: Millville, NB, 1270
Lot #109977 - National Bank Notes > New Jersey - ($ 200.00 - $ 400.00)
Fr. 1801-1 $10 1929T1
Netcong, Citizens NB, 6692
Tough location with only 17 small notes reported.
Grade: VF    Bank Name: Netcong, Citizens NB, 6692
Lot #109978 - National Bank Notes > New Jersey - ($ 750.00 - $ 1,500.00)
Fr. 380 $1 Original
Newark, Essex County NB, 1217
A pleasing evenly circulated ace with bold pen signatures and one of 33 notes reported.
Grade: PMG Fine 12    Bank Name: Newark, Essex County NB, 1217
Lot #109979 - National Bank Notes > New Jersey - ($ 150.00 - $ 300.00)
Fr. 1801-1, 1802-1 $10, $20 1929T1
Pair of Newark Nationals
Two notes; $10 National State Bank #1452 (VF/XF) and $20 Lincoln NB #12570 (F/VF).
Grade: VF/XF, F/VF    Bank Name: Pair of Newark Nationals
Lot #109980 - National Bank Notes > New Jersey - ($ 150.00 - $ 300.00)
Fr. 1800-2 $5 1929T2
Newton, Sussex and Merchants NB, 925
A pleasing T2 $5 with even circulation.
Grade: VF    Bank Name: Newton, Sussex and Merchants NB, 925
Lot #109981 - National Bank Notes > New Jersey - ($ 125.00 - $ 250.00)
Fr. 1801-1 $10 1929T1
Riverside, First NB, 12984
This bank issued small only and has 46 small notes reported and three uncut sheets.
Grade: VF    Bank Name: Riverside, First NB, 12984
Lot #109982 - National Bank Notes > New Jersey - ($ 400.00 - $ 800.00)
Fr. 1800-1. 1801-1, 1802-1 $5, $10, $20 1929T1
Salem, City NB, 3922
A cool three note type denomination set.
Grade: F/VF    Bank Name: Salem, City NB, 3922
Lot #109983 - National Bank Notes > New Jersey - ($ 200.00 - $ 400.00)
Fr. 1801-2 $10 1929T2
Sussex, Farmers NB, 1221
A popular $10 T2 with pretty nice quality.
Grade: Ch. CU    Bank Name: Sussex, Farmers NB, 1221
Lot #109984 - National Bank Notes > New Jersey - ($ 200.00 - $ 400.00)
Fr. 598 $5 1902ND
Trenton, First NB, 281
A pretty blue seal with excellent color and centering.
Grade: VF+    Bank Name: Trenton, First NB, 281
Lot #109985 - National Bank Notes > New Jersey - ($ 150.00 - $ 300.00)
Fr. 1802-1 $20 1929T1
Union City, First NB, 9544
This is one of 41 small notes reported. Even circulation.
Grade: Fine    Bank Name: Union City, First NB, 9544
Lot #109986 - National Bank Notes > New Jersey - ($ 400.00 - $ 800.00)
Fr. 1800-1 $5 1929T1
West New York, First NB, 12064
A cool New Jersey bank relating to NYC with only 19 small notes reported.
Grade: VF    Bank Name: West New York, First NB, 12064
Lot #109987 - National Bank Notes > New Jersey - ($ 100.00 - $ 200.00)
Fr. 1801-1 $10 1929T1
Woodbury, First NB & TC, 1199
This Gloucester County bank has 58 small notes reported.
Grade: Fine    Bank Name: Woodbury, First NB & TC, 1199
Lot #109988 - National Bank Notes > New Mexico - ($ 750.00 - $ 1,500.00)
Fr. 628 $10 1902ND
Raton, First NB, W4734
This bank issued only large size notes with 42 reported. Great purple stamped signatures on this note that would make a nice additional for a state collection.
Grade: PMG VF 30    Bank Name: Raton, First NB, W4734
Lot #109989 - National Bank Notes > New York - ($ 700.00 - $ 1,200.00)
Fr. 1801-1 $10 1929T1
Arcade, First NB, 10410
This bank only has seven small notes reported to go with two sheets and three large notes. Enough circulation, but no issues.
Grade: F/VF    Bank Name: Arcade, First NB, 10410
Lot #109990 - National Bank Notes > New York - ($ 150.00 - $ 300.00)
Fr. 1801-1 $10 1929T1
Bath, NB, 10235
A sharp well centered note with even circulation. 21 small notes reported.
Grade: VF    Bank Name: Bath, NB, 10235
Lot #109991 - National Bank Notes > New York - ($ 1,250.00 - $ 2,500.00)
Fr. 1801-1 $10 1929T1
Brasher Falls, NB, 10943
This is the only #1 reported from this St. Lawrence County location with just 10 small notes reported. Most reported are of similar quality.
Grade: VF    Bank Name: Brasher Falls, NB, 10943
Lot #109992 - National Bank Notes > New York - ($ 4,000.00 - $ 8,000.00)
Fr. 587 $10 1902RS
Brockport, First NB, E382
A gorgeous fresh well centered, beautifully pen signed red seal from Monroe County. This note was part of our 6/96 Memphis sale where it realized $2420 where I graded this AU. Current grading standards would likely term this a 45 rather than an AU 55. Likely part of the. Roy Pennell Collection of red seals.
Grade: XF/AU    Bank Name: Brockport, First NB, E382
Lot #109993 - National Bank Notes > New York - ($ 400.00 - $ 800.00)
Fr. 1801-2 $10 1929T2
Brockport, NB, 13965
A lovely T2 $10 from this Monroe County bank with just six small notes reported. This is only the second appearance in 16 years!
Grade: VF    Bank Name: Brockport, NB, 13965
Lot #109994 - National Bank Notes > New York - ($ 175.00 - $ 350.00)
Fr. 1801-2 $10 1929T2
Cambridge, Valley NB, 1275
A lovely fresh well centered T2 from Washington County with only 13 small notes reported. This is the second title.
Grade: VF+    Bank Name: Cambridge, Valley NB, 1275
Lot #109995 - National Bank Notes > New York - ($ 900.00 - $ 1,800.00)
Fr. 1801-1 $10 1929T1
Cornwall, NB, 10084
This is one of 13 small notes reported and nicer than a Fine that realized $840 in 2020. There have only been 7 offered in 30 years.
Grade: VF+    Bank Name: Cornwall, NB, 10084
Lot #109996 - National Bank Notes > New York - ($ 200.00 - $ 400.00)
Fr. 1801-2 $10 1929T2
Dover, Dover Plains NB, 822
This town is Dover Plains but clearly Dover here! 15 small notes reported. Minor edge issues and stains.
Grade: VF    Bank Name: Dover, Dover Plains NB, 822
Lot #109997 - National Bank Notes > New York - ($ 400.00 - $ 800.00)
Fr. 1801-1 $10 1929T1
Dryden, First NB, 6487
Piece missing on the upper left corner. Very scarce with only five other small notes reported.
Grade: VF+    Bank Name: Dryden, First NB, 6487
Lot #109998 - National Bank Notes > New York - ($ 75.00 - $ 150.00)
Fr. 1802-2 $20 1929T2
Dunkirk, Merchants NB, 2619
75 small notes reported. Blue crayon on right side.
Grade: VF    Bank Name: Dunkirk, Merchants NB, 2619
Lot #109999 - National Bank Notes > New York - ($ 175.00 - $ 350.00)
Fr. 1802-2 $20 1929T2
Frankfort, Citizens NB, 10351
While there are 30 small notes reported, there are just four T2 $20's. A collecting subset that would be a favorite of mine.
Grade: VF+    Bank Name: Frankfort, Citizens NB, 10351
Lot #110000 - National Bank Notes > New York - ($ 200.00 - $ 400.00)
Fr. 1800-1 $5 1929T1
Hamilton, National Hamilton Bank, 1334
A pleasing evenly circulated note from Madison County with 27 small notes reported.
Grade: F/VF    Bank Name: Hamilton, National Hamilton Bank, 1334
Lot #110001 - National Bank Notes > New York - ($ 250.00 - $ 500.00)
Fr. 1802-1 $20 1929T1
Hamilton, National Hamilton Bank, 1334
A pleasing note from Madison County with 29 small notes reported.
Grade: VF    Bank Name: Hamilton, National Hamilton Bank, 1334
Lot #110002 - National Bank Notes > New York - ($ 250.00 - $ 500.00)
Fr. 1802-2 $20 1929T2
Hamilton, National Hamilton Bank, 1334
A problem free scarce T2 $20. The only example recorded.
Grade: F/VF    Bank Name: Hamilton, National Hamilton Bank, 1334
Lot #110003 - National Bank Notes > New York - ($ 400.00 - $ 800.00)
Fr. 1801-1 $10 1929T1
Harrisville, First NB, 10767
A gorgeous note from Lewis County with only 15 small notes reported. Only two were purported to be unc.
Grade: Ch. AU    Bank Name: Harrisville, First NB, 10767
Lot #110004 - National Bank Notes > New York - ($ 200.00 - $ 400.00)
Fr. 1802-1 $20 1929T1
Herkimer, First NB & NB, 3183 & 5141
A pair of $20's from Madison County. One with rust spots. 29 smalls reported.
Grade: VF    Bank Name: Herkimer, First NB & NB, 3183 & 5141
Lot #110005 - National Bank Notes > New York - ($ 500.00 - $ 1,000.00)
Fr. 1802-2 $20 1929T2
Holcomb, Hamlin NB, 10046
A lovely well centered note from Ontario County with only 16 small notes reported and this is the FIRST $20 T2 reported. Cute serial #.
Grade: VF+    Bank Name: Holcomb, Hamlin NB, 10046
Lot #110006 - National Bank Notes > New York - ($ 125.00 - $ 250.00)
Fr. 1801-1 $10 1929T1
Hoosick Falls, Peoples-First NB, 2471
This is a note with the second title and there are 28 small notes reported.
Grade: Fine    Bank Name: Hoosick Falls, Peoples-First NB, 2471
Lot #110007 - National Bank Notes > New York - ($ 150.00 - $ 250.00)
Fr. 1801-1 $10 1929T1
Hornell, Citizens NB & TC, 2522
A pretty note from Steuben County with only 12 small notes reported. This is the third title with only small issued.
Grade: VF    Bank Name: Hornell, Citizens NB & TC, 2522
Lot #110008 - National Bank Notes > New York - ($ 250.00 - $ 500.00)
Fr. 598 $5 1902ND
Hudson, First NB, E396
Great signatures have been clearly over stamped for this Columbia County with 47 large reported.
Grade: VF    Bank Name: Hudson, First NB, E396
Lot #110009 - National Bank Notes > New York - ($ 125.00 - $ 250.00)
Fr. 1801-1 $10 1929T1
Hudson Falls, Sandy Hill, 6470
An evenly circulated note from Washington County with 32 small notes reported.
Grade: Fine    Bank Name: Hudson Falls, Sandy Hill, 6470
Lot #110010 - National Bank Notes > New York - ($ 125.00 - $ 250.00)
Fr. 1801-1 $10 1929T1
Hudson Falls, Sandy Hill, 6470
An evenly circulated note from Washington County with 32 small notes reported.
Grade: Fine    Bank Name: Hudson Falls, Sandy Hill, 6470
Lot #110011 - National Bank Notes > New York - ($ 150.00 - $ 300.00)
Fr. 1802-1 $20 1929T1
Ilion, NB, 1670
A nice evenly circulated note from Herkimer County with 33 small notes reported.
Grade: VF    Bank Name: Ilion, NB, 1670
Lot #110012 - National Bank Notes > New York - ($ 150.00 - $ 300.00)
Fr. 1801-2 $10 1929T2
Ilion, Manufacturers NB, 9109
An evenly circulated Herkimer County banknote with 23 small reported.
Grade: VF    Bank Name: Ilion, Manufacturers NB, 9109
Lot #110013 - National Bank Notes > New York - ($ 300.00 - $ 500.00)
Fr. 1801-1 $10 1929T1
Inwood, First NB, 12460
A pleasing note from Nassau County with 22 small notes reported. No large were issued.
Grade: VF    Bank Name: Inwood, First NB, 12460
Lot #110014 - National Bank Notes > New York - ($ 200.00 - $ 400.00)
Fr. 1800-2 $5 1929T2
Ithaca, First NB, 222
A cool charter number and a T2. There are 30 small notes recorded from this Tompkins County location.
Grade: VF    Bank Name: Ithaca, First NB, 222
Lot #110015 - National Bank Notes > New York - ($ 500.00 - $ 1,000.00)
Fr. 1801-1 $10 1929T1
Jordan, NB, 12375
This is a very nice quality crispy example from Onondaga County and there are 14 small notes reported with none clearly better.
Grade: VF/XF    Bank Name: Jordan, NB, 12375
Lot #110016 - National Bank Notes > New York - ($ 1,000.00 - $ 2,000.00)
Fr. 1800-1 $5 1929T1
Kings Park, NB, 12489
Scarce Suffolk NY location. Very rare with only 7 other small notes reported. The last small size was offered in 2004 in VG 10 which we sold for $2070 with no smalls offered since.
Grade: VF    Bank Name: Kings Park, NB, 12489
Lot #110017 - National Bank Notes > New York - ($ 200.00 - $ 400.00)
Fr. 1800-1. 1801-1 $5, $10 1929T1
Kingston, National Ulster County Bank & TC, 1050
A neat pair from Ulster County with 27 small notes reported.
Grade: Fine    Bank Name: Kingston, National Ulster County Bank & TC, 1050
Lot #110018 - National Bank Notes > New York - ($ 150.00 - $ 300.00)
Fr. 1802-2 $20 1929T2
Kingston, State of New York NB, 955
One of four T2 $20's. Previously unreported among 18 smalls known.
Grade: PMG Ch. XF 45 EPQ    Bank Name: Kingston, State of New York NB, 955
Lot #110019 - National Bank Notes > New York - ($ 175.00 - $ 350.00)
Fr. 1800-2 $5 1929T2
Kingston, National Ulster County Bank & TC, 1050
A pretty $5 T2 goes with the other two notes offered separately.
Grade: VF+    Bank Name: Kingston, National Ulster County Bank & TC, 1050
Lot #110020 - National Bank Notes > New York - ($ 250.00 - $ 450.00)
Fr. 1800-1 $5 1929T1
Kingston, First NB of Rondout, 2493
This second title note has 38 small notes reported.
Grade: VF+    Bank Name: Kingston, First NB of Rondout, 2493
Lot #110021 - National Bank Notes > New York - ($ 450.00 - $ 900.00)
Fr. 1801-2 $10 1929T2
Kingston, National Ulster County Bank, 13822
This Ulster County bank only issued small size and only 15 are reported.
Grade: VF+    Bank Name: Kingston, National Ulster County Bank, 13822
Lot #110022 - National Bank Notes > New York - ($ 125.00 - $ 250.00)
Fr. 1800-1 $5 1929T1
Lackawanna, NB, 6964
This is evenly circulated with only 45 small notes reported with the second title.
Grade: Fine    Bank Name: Lackawanna, NB, 6964
Lot #110023 - National Bank Notes > New York - ($ 200.00 - $ 400.00)
Fr. 1801-1, 1802-1 $10, $20 1929T1
Lackawanna, NB, 6964
A starter set of two from Lackawanna with 45 small notes recorded.
Grade: VF    Bank Name: Lackawanna, NB, 6964
Lot #110024 - National Bank Notes > New York - ($ 200.00 - $ 400.00)
Fr. 1801-1 $10 1929T1
Lacona, First NB, 10175
There are 16 small notes reported on this charter but only a single large note. It's definitely been used.
Grade: Fine    Bank Name: Lacona, First NB, 10175
Lot #110025 - National Bank Notes > New York - ($ 150.00 - $ 250.00)
Fr. 1800-1 $5 1929T1
Larchmont, NB & TC, 6019
There are 35 small notes reported on this Westchester County bank.
Grade: Fine    Bank Name: Larchmont, NB & TC, 6019
Lot #110026 - National Bank Notes > New York - ($ 300.00 - $ 600.00)
Fr. 1801-1 $10 1929T1
Little Falls, NB, 2406
beautiful quality and 46 small notes reported. Great name and beautiful note.
Grade: CU    Bank Name: Little Falls, NB, 2406
Lot #110027 - National Bank Notes > New York - ($ 100.00 - $ 200.00)
Fr. 1802-1 $20 1929T1
Lockport, Niagara County NB & TC, 639
This is the second title. There are a surprisingly high 174 small notes reported.
Grade: Fine    Bank Name: Lockport, Niagara County NB & TC, 639
Lot #110028 - National Bank Notes > New York - ($ 225.00 - $ 450.00)
Fr. 1800-2 $5 1929T2
Lynbrook, NB & TC, 8923
A pretty note with broad margins and excellent color. Only 41 small notes reported on this second title and all are small.
Grade: VF+    Bank Name: Lynbrook, NB & TC, 8923
Lot #110029 - National Bank Notes > New York - ($ 150.00 - $ 300.00)
Fr. 1800-1 $5 1929T1
Lynbrook, Peoples NB & TC, 11603
This later Nassau County bank has 29 small notes reported, all from the second title.
Grade: VF    Bank Name: Lynbrook, Peoples NB & TC, 11603
Lot #110030 - National Bank Notes > New York - ($ 200.00 - $ 400.00)
Fr. 1800-1 $5 1929T1
Lyons Falls, NB, 12836
A tough charter from Lewis County with only 16 small notes reported.
Grade: VF    Bank Name: Lyons Falls, NB, 12836
Lot #110031 - National Bank Notes > New York - ($ 350.00 - $ 700.00)
Fr. 1802-1 $20 1929T1
Marlboro, First NB, 8834
There are only 16 small notes reported on this Ulster County location.
Grade: VF    Bank Name: Marlboro, First NB, 8834
Lot #110032 - National Bank Notes > New York - ($ 750.00 - $ 1,500.00)
Fr. 1800-2 $5 1929T2
Mattituck, NB & TC, 13445
A beautiful fresh original from Suffolk county with only 18 small notes reported. Off the market for quite some time it seems.
Grade: VF/XF    Bank Name: Mattituck, NB & TC, 13445
Lot #110033 - National Bank Notes > New York - ($ 400.00 - $ 800.00)
Fr. 600 $5 1902ND
Mineola, First NB, E9187
This popular Nassau County location only has 16 large notes reported. This one is evenly circulated.
Grade: VF    Bank Name: Mineola, First NB, E9187
Lot #110034 - National Bank Notes > New York - ($ 200.00 - $ 400.00)
Fr. 625 $10 1902ND
Mineola, First NB, E9187
A well used note from Nassau County. Rounded corner and worn signatures have faded. 16 Large notes reported.
Grade: Fine    Bank Name: Mineola, First NB, E9187
Lot #110035 - National Bank Notes > New York - ($ 150.00 - $ 300.00)
Fr. 1802-1 $20 1929T1
Mineola, Central NB, 13404
There are only 27 small notes reported on this popular Nassau County location.
Grade: Fine    Bank Name: Mineola, Central NB, 13404
Lot #110036 - National Bank Notes > New York - ($ 100.00 - $ 200.00)
Fr. 1801-2 $10 1929T2
Monticello, National Union Bank, 1503
A very attractive $10 T2 but some staining on lower left. 58 small notes reported on this Sullivan County location.
Grade: AU    Bank Name: Monticello, National Union Bank, 1503
Lot #110037 - National Bank Notes > New York - ($ 100.00 - $ 200.00)
Fr. 1801-2 $10 1929T2
Monticello, National Union Bank, 1503
A pleasing problem free $10 T2 from Sullivan County.
Grade: F/VF    Bank Name: Monticello, National Union Bank, 1503
Lot #110038 - National Bank Notes > New York - ($ 300.00 - $ 500.00)
Fr. 598 $5 1902ND
Moravia, First NB, 99
A pleasing mid-grade low charter with excellent stamped signatures from Cayuga County with 42 large notes reported. Cool charter.
Grade: VF    Bank Name: Moravia, First NB, 99
Lot #110039 - National Bank Notes > New York - ($ 200.00 - $ 400.00)
Fr. 1801-1 $10 1929T1
Moravia, First NB, 99
A lovely note from Cayuga County with 71 small notes reported. Cool sub 100 charter number.
Grade: VF/XF    Bank Name: Moravia, First NB, 99
Lot #110040 - National Bank Notes > New York - ($ 450.00 - $ 900.00)
Fr. 1801-1 $10 1929T1
Morristown, Frontier NB, 8371
Very seldom used title for national banks let alone in New York, but it was over a century ago. 10 small notes recorded.
Grade: F/VF    Bank Name: Morristown, Frontier NB, 8371
Lot #110041 - National Bank Notes > New York - ($ 125.00 - $ 250.00)
Fr. 1802-1 $20 1929T1
Mount Morris, Genesee River NB, 1416
An evenly circulated note from Livingston County with 29 small notes reported from three different titles.
Grade: F/VF    Bank Name: Mount Morris, Genesee River NB, 1416
Lot #110042 - National Bank Notes > New York - ($ 300.00 - $ 600.00)
Fr. 1800-2 $5 1929T2
Narrowsburg, First NB, 12496
Edge flaw appears to have been caused by a staple. There are only 15 small notes reported on this Sullivan County location.
Grade: VF    Bank Name: Narrowsburg, First NB, 12496
Lot #110043 - National Bank Notes > New York - ($ 250.00 - $ 500.00)
Fr. 1802-2 $20 1929T2
New Paltz, Huguenot NB, 1186
There are 32 other small notes reported but no T2 $20's and this is lovely for the grade.
Grade: PMG VF 30 EPQ    Bank Name: New Paltz, Huguenot NB, 1186
Lot #110044 - National Bank Notes > New York - ($ 350.00 - $ 700.00)
Fr. 598 $5 1902ND
New York, First NB of the City, 29
This has the appearance of an unc note with counting, but there is a corner fold with the counting. This is often referred to as a fourth charter type and this serial is among the highest I have ever seen.
Grade: Ch. AU    Bank Name: New York, First NB of the City, 29
Lot #110045 - National Bank Notes > New York - ($ 200.00 - $ 400.00)
Fr. 598 $5 1902ND
New York, First NB of the City, 29
A lovely fourth charter note. Early charter and high serial.
Grade: VF/XF    Bank Name: New York, First NB of the City, 29
Lot #110046 - National Bank Notes > New York - ($ 100.00 - $ 200.00)
Fr. 1801-1 $10 1929T1
New York, First NB of the City, 29
A pair of low charter #29 $10's.
Grade: VF    Bank Name: New York, First NB of the City, 29
Lot #110047 - National Bank Notes > New York - ($ 350.00 - $ 700.00)
Fr. 590 $5 1902DB
New York, Second NB of the City, E62
A pleasing example of this early NYC bank from the first 100 charters. Well centered and 35 large notes reported. No small were issued.
Grade: VF+    Bank Name: New York, Second NB of the City, E62
Lot #110048 - National Bank Notes > New York - ($ 1,000.00 - $ 2,000.00)
Fr. 385 $1 1875
New York, Third NB, 87
A cool Ace, one of the first 100 charters. Wonderful pen signatures of Vice President and Cashier. Excellent example of the first 100 charters. There are 28 large notes reported. With charter number notes are very important to first 100 charter collectors.
Grade: Fine/VF    Bank Name: New York, Third NB, 87
Lot #110049 - National Bank Notes > New York - ($ 750.00 - $ 1,500.00)
Fr. 613 $10 1902RS
New York, Fifth NB of the City, E341
A sharp pleasing red seal from this early chartered NYC bank with bold signatures. Only 70 large reported and this is the only $10 red seal.
Grade: VF    Bank Name: New York, Fifth NB of the City, E341
Lot #110050 - National Bank Notes > New York - ($ 1,500.00 - $ 3,000.00)
Fr. 598 $5 1902ND
New York, National Park Bank, 891
Six notes. This bank was one of the largest issuers of National Bank Notes and it printed this run of 414,639 or so sheets of $5 with the A prefix. Few banks Issued these prefix notes. Crisp with bends. PMG terms all six Ch. VF 35 EPQ.
Grade: PMG Ch. VF 35 EPQ    Bank Name: New York, National Park Bank, 891
Lot #110051 - National Bank Notes > New York - ($ 50.00 - $ 100.00)
Fr. 598 $5 1902ND
New York, National Park Bank, 891
This note has large spots on several places.
Grade: Fine    Bank Name: New York, National Park Bank, 891
Lot #110052 - National Bank Notes > New York - ($ 150.00 - $ 200.00)
Fr. 624 $10 1902ND
New York, National Park Bank, 891
This is one of the highest serials before the "A" like the fives are.
Grade: PMG VF 25 EPQ    Bank Name: New York, National Park Bank, 891
Lot #110053 - National Bank Notes > New York - ($ 750.00 - $ 1,250.00)
Fr. 384 $1 1875
New York, Tradesmen's NB, 905
A nice, evenly circulated Ace from this early New York City bank with excellent signatures.
Grade: Fine    Bank Name: New York, Tradesmen's NB, 905
Lot #110054 - National Bank Notes > New York - ($ 250.00 - $ 400.00)
Fr. 591, 617 $5, $10 1902DB
New York, National City Bank, E1461
A decent pair of large size from this early bank.
Grade: VF    Bank Name: New York, National City Bank, E1461
Lot #110055 - National Bank Notes > New York - ($ 175.00 - $ 350.00)
Fr. 1801-1, 1802-1 $10, $20 1929T1
New York, National City Bank, 1461
Four notes; two $10's and two $20's. One of the $20's has been taped. Sold as is.
Grade: VF    Bank Name: New York, National City Bank, 1461
Lot #110056 - National Bank Notes > New York - ($ 150.00 - $ 300.00)
Fr. 1800-1. 1801-1, 1801-2, 1802-1 $5, $10, $10 $20 1929T1, 1929T2
New York, National City Bank, 1461
A quartet of small types from this big city early bank.
Grade: VF    Bank Name: New York, National City Bank, 1461
Lot #110057 - National Bank Notes > New York - ($ 150.00 - $ 300.00)
Fr. 1801-1 $10 1929T1
New York, Chase NB of the City, 2370
A trio of evenly circulated Chase note.
Grade: VF    Bank Name: New York, Chase NB of the City, 2370
Lot #110058 - National Bank Notes > New York - ($ 125.00 - $ 250.00)
Fr. 1800-1, 1801-2 $5, $10 1929T1, 1929T2
New York, Chase NB of the City, 2370
A start of a Chase collection.
Grade: VF+    Bank Name: New York, Chase NB of the City, 2370
Lot #110059 - National Bank Notes > New York - ($ 100.00 - $ 200.00)
Fr. 1801-1, 1801-2 $10 1929T1, 1929T2
New York, Chase NB of the City, 2370
A pair of $10 T2 Chase National Bank Notes.
Grade: VF    Bank Name: New York, Chase NB of the City, 2370
Lot #110060 - National Bank Notes > New York - ($ 150.00 - $ 300.00)
Fr. 632 $10 1902ND
New York, Chatham Phenix NB & TC, 10778
Nice evenly circulated note with great signatures.
Grade: PMG VF 25    Bank Name: New York, Chatham Phenix NB & TC, 10778
Lot #110061 - National Bank Notes > New York - ($ 125.00 - $ 250.00)
Fr. 1800-1, 1802-1 $5, $20 1929T1
New York, Grace NB, 12553
A cool pair in case you need some Grace.
Grade: VF    Bank Name: New York, Grace NB, 12553
Lot #110062 - National Bank Notes > New York - ($ 60.00 - $ 100.00)
Fr. 1801-1 $10 1929T1
New York, Bank of America National Association, 13193
This bank was chartered late in the period. 193 small notes reported.
Grade: VF    Bank Name: New York, Bank of America National Association, 13193
Lot #110063 - National Bank Notes > New York - ($ 250.00 - $ 500.00)
Fr. 1801-2 $10 1929T2
New York, Fidelity NB, 13959
A truly rare late chartered NY bank with only nine small notes reported. This addition makes it ten.
Grade: F/VF    Bank Name: New York, Fidelity NB, 13959
Lot #110064 - National Bank Notes > New York - ($ 600.00 - $ 1,200.00)
Fr. 1801-1 $10 1929T1
North Rose, First NB, 10016
A pretty nice evenly circulated note from Wayne County that seldom has been offered as there are only seven small notes reported.
Grade: VF    Bank Name: North Rose, First NB, 10016
Lot #110065 - National Bank Notes > New York - ($ 200.00 - $ 400.00)
Fr. 658 $20 1902ND
Olean, Exchange NB, E2376
Excellent but light signatures on this evenly circulated note.
Grade: F/VF    Bank Name: Olean, Exchange NB, E2376
Lot #110066 - National Bank Notes > New York - ($ 275.00 - $ 550.00)
Fr. 598 $5 1902ND
Rhinebeck, First NB, E1157
A nice, evenly circulated note with decent signatures. There are 33 large notes reported.
Grade: VF    Bank Name: Rhinebeck, First NB, E1157
Lot #110067 - National Bank Notes > New York - ($ 250.00 - $ 500.00)
Fr. 624 $10 1902ND
Saugerties, First NB, 1040
A pleasing large size that is new to the census of 22 reported. Excellent stamped signatures. First title. Mostly first charters reported on this rarely offered type.
Grade: PMG VF 25    Bank Name: Saugerties, First NB, 1040
Lot #110068 - National Bank Notes > New York - ($ 150.00 - $ 300.00)
Fr. 1802-1 $20 1929T1
Silver Creek, NB, 10159
A well centered example of this Chautauqua County with 54 small notes reported.
Grade: XF    Bank Name: Silver Creek, NB, 10159
Lot #110069 - National Bank Notes > New York - ($ 150.00 - $ 300.00)
Fr. 1802-1 $20 1929T1
Silver Creek, NB, 10258
It's interesting that the two Silver Creek bank charters are 100 apart. 10158 and 10258.
Grade: VF+    Bank Name: Silver Creek, NB, 10258
Lot #110070 - National Bank Notes > New York - ($ 800.00 - $ 1,500.00)
Fr. 479 $10 1882BB
Syracuse, Third NB, 159
There are eight brown backs listed from this large only bank that has 48 large reported. This note is quite nice with the appearance of a higher grade and strong legible signatures.
Grade: VF+    Bank Name: Syracuse, Third NB, 159
Lot #110071 - National Bank Notes > New York - ($ 200.00 - $ 400.00)
Fr. 624 $10 1902ND
Syracuse, Third NB, E159
This evenly circulated Syracuse note is from a large only issuer with 48 reported. Nicely stamped black signatures.
Grade: Fine/VF    Bank Name: Syracuse, Third NB, E159
Lot #110072 - National Bank Notes > New York - ($ 500.00 - $ 1,000.00)
Fr. 653 $20 1902ND
Ticonderoga, NB, E9900
A rare town in Essex County. While great looking, there are a couple of relatively minor issues. Only six large notes reported.
Grade: Fine+    Bank Name: Ticonderoga, NB, E9900
Lot #110073 - National Bank Notes > New York - ($ 200.00 - $ 400.00)
Fr. 624 $10 1902ND
Utica, Second NB, E185
This Utica bank has 26 large notes reported and this is the ONLY red seal reported. It is very worn.
Grade: VG    Bank Name: Utica, Second NB, E185
Lot #110074 - National Bank Notes > New York - ($ 550.00 - $ 1,000.00)
Fr. 1801-1 $10 1929T1
Wallkill, NB, 10155
This Ulster County banknote is one of 13 small notes reported and no large has yet appeared. This charter has rarely been available.
Grade: VF    Bank Name: Wallkill, NB, 10155
Lot #110076 - National Bank Notes > North Carolina - ($ 225.00 - $ 450.00)
Fr. 1802-2 $20 1929T2
Durham, Depositors NB, 13657
A nice evenly circulated T2 $20 27 small notes reported.
Grade: VF    Bank Name: Durham, Depositors NB, 13657
Lot #110077 - National Bank Notes > North Carolina - ($ 350.00 - $ 700.00)
Fr. 1802-2 $20 1929T2
Morganton, First NB, 5450
This is only the fourth T2 $20. 21 small notes reported. New to the census.
Grade: VF+    Bank Name: Morganton, First NB, 5450
Lot #110078 - National Bank Notes > North Carolina - ($ 200.00 - $ 400.00)
Fr. 1801-1 $10 1929T1
Winston-Salem, Farmers NB & TC, 12278
A popular North Carolina location with 71 small notes reported.
Grade: F/VF    Bank Name: Winston-Salem, Farmers NB & TC, 12278
Lot #110079 - National Bank Notes > North Dakota - ($ 700.00 - $ 1,500.00)
Fr. 650 $20 1902ND
Casselton, First NB, 2792
A scarce large size bank with decent signatures and a flaw on the bottom margin.
Grade: Fine    Bank Name: Casselton, First NB, 2792
Lot #110080 - National Bank Notes > North Dakota - ($ 200.00 - $ 400.00)
Fr. 1800-1 $5 1929T1
Fargo, NB, 5087
A nice high grade example of this Fargo bank.
Grade: VF/XF    Bank Name: Fargo, NB, 5087
Lot #110081 - National Bank Notes > North Dakota - ($ 750.00 - $ 1,500.00)
Fr. 652 $20 1902ND
Sharon, First NB, 9005
This note appears VF but it has paper deterioration at the top. Only nine large notes reported on this Steel County location. Very faint signatures.
Grade: VF    Bank Name: Sharon, First NB, 9005
Lot #110082 - National Bank Notes > North Dakota - ($ 2,500.00 - $ 5,000.00)
Fr. 555 $20 1882 DB
Valley City, First NB, W2548
A cool type from shortly after the turn of the 20th century. Only 15 notes reported and five are ultra rare first charters. Faint signatures.
Grade: VF+    Bank Name: Valley City, First NB, W2548
Lot #110083 - National Bank Notes > Ohio - ($ 1,250.00 - $ 2,500.00)
Fr. 642 $20 1902DB
Akron, Second NB, M2716
This Summit County location has always been extremely difficult to find. In fact, no blue seal sales are recorded in Track and Price. Probably cut unevenly by a cutting machine.
Grade: XF/AU    Bank Name: Akron, Second NB, M2716
Lot #110084 - National Bank Notes > Ohio - ($ 1,750.00 - $ 3,500.00)
Fr. 477 $5 1882BB
Cincinnati, Citizens NB, M2495
A nice fresh $5 Brown Back note with enough lower margin for Gem.
Grade: Ch. CU    Bank Name: Cincinnati, Citizens NB, M2495
Lot #110085 - National Bank Notes > Ohio - ($ 125.00 - $ 250.00)
Fr. 658 $20 1902ND
Columbus, Ohio NB, M5065
An evenly circulated note from the state capital.
Grade: Fine    Bank Name: Columbus, Ohio NB, M5065
Lot #110086 - National Bank Notes > Ohio - ($ 300.00 - $ 500.00)
Fr. 598 $5 1902ND
Delaware, First NB, 243
A neat Ohio note from the County of the same name. Excellent stamped signatures with 38 large notes reported.
Grade: VF+    Bank Name: Delaware, First NB, 243
Lot #110087 - National Bank Notes > Ohio - ($ 200.00 - $ 400.00)
Fr. 650 $20 1902ND
Denison, NB, 6843
The signatures are faded but the note is pleasing. From Tuscarawas County with 31 large notes reported.
Grade: F/VF    Bank Name: Denison, NB, 6843
Lot #110088 - National Bank Notes > Ohio - ($ 150.00 - $ 300.00)
Fr. 1802-1 $20 1929T1
Georgetown, Peoples NB, 5996
A nice looking note from Brown County with 35 small notes reported.
Grade: VF+    Bank Name: Georgetown, Peoples NB, 5996
Lot #110089 - National Bank Notes > Ohio - ($ 175.00 - $ 350.00)
Fr. 624 $10 1902ND
Greenville, NB, M7130
A nicely pen signed note from Darke County with 27 large notes reported.
Grade: F/VF    Bank Name: Greenville, NB, M7130
Lot #110090 - National Bank Notes > Ohio - ($ 100.00 - $ 200.00)
Fr. 1802-1 $20 1929T1
Hamilton, First NB, 56
Second title low chartered #56 with a cool serial number: E001111A.
Grade: Fine    Bank Name: Hamilton, First NB, 56
Lot #110091 - National Bank Notes > Ohio - ($ 98.00 - $ 196.00)
Fr. 1800-1 $5 1929T1
Ironton, First NB, 98
Nice first 100 charter.
Grade: VF+    Bank Name: Ironton, First NB, 98
Lot #110092 - National Bank Notes > Ohio - ($ 175.00 - $ 350.00)
Fr. 1802-1 $20 1929T1
Jackson City, First NB, 8536
A well used note from Shelby County. One of just 13 small notes reported on this interesting town name.
Grade: Fine    Bank Name: Jackson City, First NB, 8536
Lot #110093 - National Bank Notes > Ohio - ($ 100.00 - $ 200.00)
Fr. 1802-1 $20 1929T1
Massillon, Union NB, 1318
Just 25 small notes reported on this seldom seen bank.
Grade: Fine    Bank Name: Massillon, Union NB, 1318
Lot #110094 - National Bank Notes > Ohio - ($ 200.00 - $ 400.00)
Fr. 1801-1 $10 1929T1
Miamisburg, First NB, 3876
This Montgomery County bank has 62 small notes reported.
Grade: VF+    Bank Name: Miamisburg, First NB, 3876
Lot #110095 - National Bank Notes > Ohio - ($ 150.00 - $ 300.00)
Fr. 633 $10 1902ND
Waverly, First NB, 5635
An evenly circulated note that is new to the Track & Price census which lists 17. Pen signed by W.P. Jones Jr.
Grade: Fine    Bank Name: Waverly, First NB, 5635
Lot #110096 - National Bank Notes > Ohio - ($ 200.00 - $ 400.00)
Fr. 1801-1 $10 1929T1
Waynesville, NB, 2220
A sharp attractive note from Warren County with 22 small notes reported.
Grade: VF+    Bank Name: Waynesville, NB, 2220
Lot #110097 - National Bank Notes > Ohio - ($ 125.00 - $ 250.00)
Fr. 600 $5 1902ND
Youngstown, First NB, M3
Evenly circulated single digit charter with printed signatures.
Grade: Fine/VF    Bank Name: Youngstown, First NB, M3
Lot #110098 - National Bank Notes > Ohio - ($ 150.00 - $ 300.00)
Fr. 1802-1 $20 1929T1
Pair of Ohio Nationals
A pair of $20's from this Warren County Community with 59 small notes reported.
Grade: VF    Bank Name: Pair of Ohio Nationals
Lot #110099 - National Bank Notes > Ohio - ($ 200.00 - $ 400.00)
Fr. 1801-1 $10 1929T1
Lot of Ohio Nationals
A quartet of Ohio bigger city banks. Second NB of Cincinnati #32, Atlas NB of Cincinnati #3639, City NB & TC of Columbus #7621 and Central United NB of Cleveland #4318.
Grade: VF    Bank Name: Various
Lot #110100 - National Bank Notes > Oklahoma - ($ 1,250.00 - $ 2,500.00)
Fr. 1801-1 $10 1929T1
Comanche, First NB, 6299
Rare town with only six small notes reported. Even circulation with good color and appeal. No recent sales and only one possibly a touch nicer.
Grade: VF    Bank Name: Comanche, First NB, 6299
Lot #110101 - National Bank Notes > Oklahoma - ($ 400.00 - $ 800.00)
Fr. 1801-1 $10 1929T1
Guymon, First NB, 8138
Stain on face at left. It's light but clearly there. Just seven small notes reported on this bank in Texas County.
Grade: VF    Bank Name: Guymon, First NB, 8138
Lot #110102 - National Bank Notes > Oklahoma - ($ 75.00 - $ 150.00)
Fr. 1802-1 $20 1929T1
Muskogee, Commercial NB, 12890
The bottom margin is a bit tight.
Grade: VF    Bank Name: Muskogee, Commercial NB, 12890
Lot #110103 - National Bank Notes > Oklahoma - ($ 750.00 - $ 1,500.00)
Fr. 626 $10 1902ND
Stratford, First NB, 8524
A very scarce location in Garvin County with only nine large notes reported. Nice even circulation with excellent color. Only two other larges have been offered in 17 years!
Grade: VF    Bank Name: Stratford, First NB, 8524
Lot #110104 - National Bank Notes > Pennsylvania - ($ 150.00 - $ 300.00)
Fr. 650 $20 1902ND
Allentown, NB, E1322
A nice evenly circulated $20 from this eastern Industrial city. Decent signatures.
Grade: VF    Bank Name: Allentown, NB, E1322
Lot #110105 - National Bank Notes > Pennsylvania - ($ 200.00 - $ 400.00)
Fr. 1802-2 $20 1929T2
Ashley, First NB, 8656
There are only three T2 $20's from this Luzerne County location with 17 small notes reported.
Grade: VF+    Bank Name: Ashley, First NB, 8656
Lot #110106 - National Bank Notes > Pennsylvania - ($ 350.00 - $ 600.00)
Fr. 1802-2 $20 1929T2
Atglen, NB, 7056
Super centering on the only T2 $20 reported. Acquired through eBay in 2015 for $352. A Chester County rarity.
Grade: VF+    Bank Name: Atglen, NB, 7056
Lot #110107 - National Bank Notes > Pennsylvania - ($ 175.00 - $ 250.00)
Fr. 1802-1 $20 1929T1
Darby, First NB, 4428
A pleasing evenly circulated example from Delaware County in southeast Pennsylvania with 35 small note reported.
Grade: F/VF    Bank Name: Darby, First NB, 4428
Lot #110108 - National Bank Notes > Pennsylvania - ($ 1,000.00 - $ 2,000.00)
Fr. 474 $5 1882BB
Du Bois, Deposit NB, 5019
Du Bois was founded in 1873 as a lumber town by John Du Bois, but quickly turned from lumber to coal mining, after it was discovered in the area. Du Bois was incorporated as a borough in Clearfield County in 1881. This wonderful layout has long been a favorite of many. Mis-graded in Track and Price. Clearly a beautiful VF.
Grade: VF    Bank Name: Du Bois, Deposit NB, 5019
Lot #110109 - National Bank Notes > Pennsylvania - ($ 300.00 - $ 600.00)
Fr. 616 $10 1902DB
Greencastle, First NB, E1081
A pretty nice quality note with pen signatures of R.J. Boyd and Edgar Young. There are only 15 large notes reported. This bank is rarely available.
Grade: XF    Bank Name: Greencastle, First NB, E1081
Lot #110110 - National Bank Notes > Pennsylvania - ($ 1,250.00 - $ 2,500.00)
Fr. 606 $5 1902ND
Hooversville, Citizens NB, 11413
This looks like a solid fine and it's a pen signed serial #1. There is a bit of edge softening but there are only eight large notes reported on this Somerset County bank. PCGS notes small edge splits.
Grade: PCGS VG 10    Bank Name: Hooversville, Citizens NB, 11413
Lot #110111 - National Bank Notes > Pennsylvania - ($ 250.00 - $ 500.00)
Fr. 1802-2 $20 1929T2
Indiana, First NB, 14098
This bank has been quite elusive the last few years. 60 smalls reported and this is new to the census.
Grade: VF    Bank Name: Indiana, First NB, 14098
Lot #110112 - National Bank Notes > Pennsylvania - ($ 200.00 - $ 400.00)
Fr. 1802-1 $20 1929T1
Marienville, Gold Standard National Bank, 5727
Always one of my favorite titles with only 27 small notes reported.
Grade: PMG VF 20    Bank Name: Marienville, Gold Standard National Bank, 5727
Lot #110113 - National Bank Notes > Pennsylvania - ($ 125.00 - $ 250.00)
Fr. 624 $10 1902ND
Marietta, First NB, E25
This note is very well worn and a very early charter with a penned cashier signatures.
Grade: VF    Bank Name: Marietta, First NB, E25
Lot #110114 - National Bank Notes > Pennsylvania - ($ 200.00 - $ 400.00)
Fr. 1801-1 $10 1929T1
Mildred, First NB, 9552
This elusive town has only 20 small notes reported and this one is quite pleasing.
Grade: VF    Bank Name: Mildred, First NB, 9552
Lot #110115 - National Bank Notes > Pennsylvania - ($ 150.00 - $ 300.00)
Fr. 1801-1 $10 1929T1
Philadelphia, First NB, 1
Charter #1. This note is VF and it has scrapes on the bottom. 273 small notes reported. PMG notes pinholes.
Grade: PMG VF 20    Bank Name: Philadelphia, First NB, 1
Lot #110116 - National Bank Notes > Pennsylvania - ($ 300.00 - $ 600.00)
Fr. 1802-1 $20 1929T1
Philadelphia, First NB, 1
A lovely evenly circulated example of the #1 charter. These belong in every collection.
Grade: VF+    Bank Name: Philadelphia, First NB, 1
Lot #110117 - National Bank Notes > Pennsylvania - ($ 125.00 - $ 250.00)
Fr. 1800-2, 1802-2 $5, $20 1929T2
Philadelphia, Kensington NB, 544
A pair of T2 $5 and $20 from this long chartered bank.
Grade: VF    Bank Name: Philadelphia, Kensington NB, 544
Lot #110118 - National Bank Notes > Pennsylvania - ($ 300.00 - $ 600.00)
Fr. 591 $5 1902DB
Philadelphia, Southwestern NB, E3498
A seldom seen PA rarity with 14 large notes reported and few appearances. Nice signatures.
Grade: VF+    Bank Name: Philadelphia, Southwestern NB, E3498
Lot #110119 - National Bank Notes > Pennsylvania - ($ 150.00 - $ 300.00)
Fr. 1803-1 $50 1929T1
Philadelphia, Market Street NB, 3684
A nice pleasing $50 from Market Street.
Grade: F/VF    Bank Name: Philadelphia, Market Street NB, 3684
Lot #110120 - National Bank Notes > Pennsylvania - ($ 100.00 - $ 200.00)
Fr. 626 $10 1902ND
Philadelphia, Quaker City NB, 4050
Cool bank name with large only issued. 77 reported.
Grade: VG    Bank Name: Philadelphia, Quaker City NB, 4050
Lot #110121 - National Bank Notes > Pennsylvania - ($ 60.00 - $ 120.00)
Fr. 1801-1 $10 1929T1
Philadelphia, NB Of Olney, 12931
Minor flaws visible. 54 small notes reported.
Grade: Fine    Bank Name: Philadelphia, NB Of Olney, 12931
Lot #110122 - National Bank Notes > Pennsylvania - ($ 80.00 - $ 120.00)
Fr. 1802-1 $20 1929T1
Philadelphia, Tioga NB & TC, 13003
A pleasing well centered note. 76 small notes reported.
Grade: VF    Bank Name: Philadelphia, Tioga NB & TC, 13003
Lot #110123 - National Bank Notes > Pennsylvania - ($ 70.00 - $ 100.00)
Fr. 1802-1 $20 1929T1
Pittsburgh, Farmers Deposit NB, 685
An evenly circulated note on this city bank.
Grade: VF    Bank Name: Pittsburgh, Farmers Deposit NB, 685
Lot #110124 - National Bank Notes > Pennsylvania - ($ 60.00 - $ 120.00)
Fr. 1800-2 $5 1929T2
Pittston, First NB, 478
A decent T2 with dislocation on the side.
Grade: Fine    Bank Name: Pittston, First NB, 478
Lot #110125 - National Bank Notes > Pennsylvania - ($ 125.00 - $ 250.00)
Fr. 1802-1 $20 1929T1
Plymouth, First NB, 707
Currently there are 46 small notes reported. This note is evenly circulated.
Grade: VF    Bank Name: Plymouth, First NB, 707
Lot #110126 - National Bank Notes > Pennsylvania - ($ 300.00 - $ 500.00)
Fr. 1802-1 $20 1929T1
Pottstown, NB, 608
A pretty note from Montgomery County with 143 small notes reported.
Grade: Ch. CU    Bank Name: Pottstown, NB, 608
Lot #110127 - National Bank Notes > Pennsylvania - ($ 500.00 - $ 1,000.00)
Fr. 659 $20 1902ND
Shickshinny, First NB, 5573
Pretty note with an excellent name and location with lightly stamped purple signatures. Scarce with only 13 large notes reported. None in the last seven years.
Grade: VF+    Bank Name: Shickshinny, First NB, 5573
Lot #110128 - National Bank Notes > Pennsylvania - ($ 75.00 - $ 150.00)
Fr. 1801-1 $10 1929T1
Shippensburg, First NB, 834
A decent note that is scrubbed a little.
Grade: F/VF    Bank Name: Shippensburg, First NB, 834
Lot #110129 - National Bank Notes > Pennsylvania - ($ 150.00 - $ 300.00)
Fr. 652 $20 1902ND
Stroudsburg, NB, 3632
There are 26 large notes reported and all are first title. This note has good body but light signatures and stains.
Grade: Fine    Bank Name: Stroudsburg, NB, 3632
Lot #110130 - National Bank Notes > Pennsylvania - ($ 50.00 - $ 100.00)
Fr. 397 $5 Original Counterfeit
Tamaqua, First NB, 1291
This is a very common counterfeit first charter $5. Guaranteed bad.
Grade: Fine    Bank Name: Tamaqua, First NB, 1291
Lot #110131 - National Bank Notes > Pennsylvania - ($ 1,000.00 - $ 2,000.00)
Fr. 471 $5 1882BB
Tyrone, First NB, E4355
Tyrone resides in Blair County on the Little Juniata River. Tyrone led a quiet existence until the early 20th century, which brought the town significant commercial importance, specifically for paper manufacture. Not a rare bank, nor a scarce type on the bank, but a worthwhile note nonetheless. Top grade and great signatures. Group 3. Plate date 7/2/90. 29 large notes reported and 10 are $5 Brown Backs.
Grade: XF/AU    Bank Name: Tyrone, First NB, E4355
Lot #110132 - National Bank Notes > Rhode Island - ($ 150.00 - $ 300.00)
Fr. 1801-2 $10 1929T2
Providence, Columbus NB, 13981
A much scarce Providence bank with only 25 reported and not seen in six years.
Grade: F/VF    Bank Name: Providence, Columbus NB, 13981
Lot #110133 - National Bank Notes > South Carolina - ($ 175.00 - $ 350.00)
Fr. 599 $5 1902ND
Charleston, Peoples-First NB, 1621
A popular southern bank with 170 large notes reported. Stamped signatures are visable.
Grade: Fine    Bank Name: Charleston, Peoples-First NB, 1621
Lot #110134 - National Bank Notes > Tennessee - ($ 400.00 - $ 800.00)
Fr. 1803-1 $50 1929T1
Chattanooga, First NB, 1606
A pleasing high denomination from this Hamilton County location.
Grade: VF+    Bank Name: Chattanooga, First NB, 1606
Lot #110135 - National Bank Notes > Tennessee - ($ 350.00 - $ 700.00)
Fr. 1801-1 $10 1929T1
Clarksville, First NB, 1603
An early Tennessee bank with even circulation with 23 small notes reported. Few recent opportunities to get this bank.
Grade: VF    Bank Name: Clarksville, First NB, 1603
Lot #110136 - National Bank Notes > Tennessee - ($ 150.00 - $ 300.00)
Fr. 1800-2 $5 1929T2
Dyersburg, First-Citizens NB, 5263
A pleasing T2 $5 from a popular location.
Grade: Ch. AU    Bank Name: Dyersburg, First-Citizens NB, 5263
Lot #110137 - National Bank Notes > Tennessee - ($ 100.00 - $ 200.00)
Fr. 1801-1 $10 1929T1
Fayetteville, Farmers NB, 10198
One of 28 small notes reported on this poorly cut Lincoln County bank.
Grade: F/VF    Bank Name: Fayetteville, Farmers NB, 10198
Lot #110138 - National Bank Notes > Tennessee - ($ 1,000.00 - $ 2,000.00)
Fr. 1801-1 $10 1929T1
Greeneville, First NB, 4177
Check out this town's spelling. There are only seven small notes reported, last offered in 2012. Not this note, just the bank. We sold a VG for $1220 in 2001.
Grade: VF    Bank Name: Greeneville, First NB, 4177
Lot #110139 - National Bank Notes > Tennessee - ($ 300.00 - $ 600.00)
Fr. 1802-2 $20 1929T2
Harriman, First NB, 12031
This Roane County bank has 33 small notes reported.
Grade: VF    Bank Name: Harriman, First NB, 12031
Lot #110140 - National Bank Notes > Tennessee - ($ 225.00 - $ 450.00)
Fr. 605 $5 1902ND
Jackson, First NB, S2168
This bank saved some crazy sheets. There are 57 large notes reported. Purple stamped signatures.
Grade: VF+    Bank Name: Jackson, First NB, S2168
Lot #110141 - National Bank Notes > Tennessee - ($ 300.00 - $ 600.00)
Fr. 631 $10 1902ND
Jackson, First NB, 2168
A sharp pleasing note with 52 large notes reported from Madison County. Wonderful blue stamped signatures.
Grade: F/VF    Bank Name: Jackson, First NB, 2168
Lot #110142 - National Bank Notes > Tennessee - ($ 150.00 - $ 300.00)
Fr. 1802-1 $20 1929T1
Jackson, Security NB, 10334
An evenly circulated Madison County bank with 23 small notes reported.
Grade: VF    Bank Name: Jackson, Security NB, 10334
Lot #110143 - National Bank Notes > Tennessee - ($ 1,500.00 - $ 3,000.00)
Fr. 609 45 1902ND
Kingston, First NB, 12319
A great Tennessee bank from Roane County with four large notes reported and light purple signatures. Chartered in 1922. In 2000 a similar note realized $5115.
Grade: VF+    Bank Name: Kingston, First NB, 12319
Lot #110144 - National Bank Notes > Tennessee - ($ 225.00 - $ 450.00)
Fr. 626 $10 1902ND
Knoxville, Third NB, S3708
This bank only issued large size with 45 examples reported. Purple signatures.
Grade: VF    Bank Name: Knoxville, Third NB, S3708
Lot #110145 - National Bank Notes > Tennessee - ($ 250.00 - $ 500.00)
Fr. 1801-1 $10 1929T1
Knoxville, City NB, 3837
A pretty high quality example of the 41 small notes reported. It's been six years since the last opportunity.
Grade: XF    Bank Name: Knoxville, City NB, 3837
Lot #110146 - National Bank Notes > Tennessee - ($ 200.00 - $ 400.00)
Fr. 1801-2 $10 1929T2
McMinnville, First NB, 2221
This is the second title with 37 small notes reported.
Grade: F/VF    Bank Name: McMinnville, First NB, 2221
Lot #110147 - National Bank Notes > Tennessee - ($ 1,750.00 - $ 3,500.00)
Fr. 474 $5 1882BB
Memphis, State NB, 2127
Part of this cool Memphis collection with spectacular pen signatures with nice margins and great color. Auction records show the only $5 BB offered was a decade ago but in a low grade. A wonderful note from Western Tennessee.
Grade: VF+    Bank Name: Memphis, State NB, 2127
Lot #110148 - National Bank Notes > Tennessee - ($ 1,500.00 - $ 3,000.00)
Fr. 487 $10 1882BB
Memphis, State NB, S2127
Tennessee brown backs are totally scarce. This is a nice problem free note that I would call a VF 25 with rubber stamped signatures and broad margins. This bank has 15 BB's reported.
Grade: VF    Bank Name: Memphis, State NB, S2127
Lot #110149 - National Bank Notes > Tennessee - ($ 600.00 - $ 1,200.00)
Fr. 605 $10 1902ND
Memphis, Mercantile NB, S10540
This bank represented the Memphis business population during the large size issuing period. 14 large reported and signed by Hutton and Dowell.
Grade: VF+    Bank Name: Memphis, Mercantile NB, S10540
Lot #110150 - National Bank Notes > Tennessee - ($ 500.00 - $ 1,000.00)
Fr. 657 $20 1902ND
Memphis, Mercantile NB, S10540
We last saw this note in 2008. This is the only $20ND of the 14 large reported.
Grade: VF    Bank Name: Memphis, Mercantile NB, S10540
Lot #110151 - National Bank Notes > Tennessee - ($ 250.00 - $ 500.00)
Fr. 599 $5 1902ND
Morristown, City NB, 8025
This note has a goofy out with lots of extra bottom margin. 37 large reported.
Grade: Fine    Bank Name: Morristown, City NB, 8025
Lot #110152 - National Bank Notes > Tennessee - ($ 175.00 - $ 350.00)
Fr. 1801-1 $10 1929T1
Morristown, City NB, 8025
An evenly circulated note from Hamblen County with 41 small notes reported. Last auction record was 2013.
Grade: Fine    Bank Name: Morristown, City NB, 8025
Lot #110153 - National Bank Notes > Tennessee - ($ 400.00 - $ 800.00)
Fr. 651 $20 1902ND
Morristown, City NB, S8025
A sharp note from Hamblen County with 37 large notes reported. Great signatures. These rarely appear.
Grade: Fine    Bank Name: Morristown, City NB, S8025
Lot #110154 - National Bank Notes > Tennessee - ($ 250.00 - $ 500.00)
Fr. 632 $10 1902ND
Shelbyville, Farmers NB, 10785
Evenly circulated but signatures are running a bit. 38 large notes reported from Bedford County.
Grade: F/VF    Bank Name: Shelbyville, Farmers NB, 10785
Lot #110155 - National Bank Notes > Tennessee - ($ 700.00 - $ 1,200.00)
Fr. 658 $20 1902ND
Shelbyville, Farmers NB, 10785
There are 21 large notes reported from this Bedford County community. Lovely note with even centering but faded stamps and signatures.
Grade: CU    Bank Name: Shelbyville, Farmers NB, 10785
Lot #110156 - National Bank Notes > Tennessee - ($ 150.00 - $ 300.00)
Fr. 1801-1 $10 1929T1
Shelbyville, Farmers NB, 10785
Decent body but a bit close along the bottom. 38 small notes reported. First title.
Grade: VF    Bank Name: Shelbyville, Farmers NB, 10785
Lot #110157 - National Bank Notes > Tennessee - ($ 300.00 - $ 600.00)
Fr. 1802-2 $20 1929T2
Springfield, First NB, 12639
A tough T2 $20 from Robertson County with only one large and 23 smalls reported. This is the only T2 $20 reported.
Grade: VF    Bank Name: Springfield, First NB, 12639
Lot #110158 - National Bank Notes > Tennessee - ($ 350.00 - $ 700.00)
Fr. 653 $20 1902ND
Union City, Old NB, S9629
There are only nine large notes reported on this Obion County location. Last offered nine years ago.
Grade: Fine    Bank Name: Union City, Old NB, S9629
Lot #110159 - National Bank Notes > Tennessee - ($ 400.00 - $ 800.00)
Fr. 1801-1 $10 1929T1
Union City, Old NB, 9629
A pleasing note from Obion County with nice body. 26 small notes reported and a cool serial number!
Grade: VF+    Bank Name: Union City, Old NB, 9629
Lot #110160 - National Bank Notes > Tennessee - ($ 250.00 - $ 500.00)
Fr. 1802-1 $20 1929T1
Union City, Third NB, 9239
This charter has 28 small notes reported and seldom been available.
Grade: F/VF    Bank Name: Union City, Third NB, 9239
Lot #110161 - National Bank Notes > Texas - ($ 125.00 - $ 250.00)
Fr. 592 $5 1902DB
Dallas, American Exchange NB, S3623
One of the most prolific Dallas banks.
Grade: Fine    Bank Name: Dallas, American Exchange NB, S3623
Lot #110162 - National Bank Notes > Texas - ($ 400.00 - $ 800.00)
Fr. 1802-2 $20 1929T2
Dangerfield, NB, 4701
This Morris County bank has 14 other small notes reported. Pretty much normal wear. Spot on left margin.
Grade: F/VF    Bank Name: Dangerfield, NB, 4701
Lot #110163 - National Bank Notes > Texas - ($ 600.00 - $ 1,200.00)
Fr. 1802-2 $20 1929T2
Jacksboro, NB, 7814
A very scarce bank from Jack County and this is new to census and it is the only T2 $20 reported. Last offered in auction nine years ago.
Grade: VF    Bank Name: Jacksboro, NB, 7814
Lot #110164 - National Bank Notes > Texas - ($ 300.00 - $ 600.00)
Fr. 658 $20 1902ND
Waco, Liberty NB, S11140
A pleasing, evenly circulated note with the Liberty title and January 24, 1918 date trying to support WWI efforts. Purple stamped signatures. 29 others reported.
Grade: VF    Bank Name: Waco, Liberty NB, S11140
Lot #110165 - National Bank Notes > Vermont - ($ 200.00 - $ 400.00)
Fr. 1802-1 $20 1929T1
Brandon, NB, 404
Popular town and low charter.
Grade: VF    Bank Name: Brandon, NB, 404
Lot #110166 - National Bank Notes > Vermont - ($ 150.00 - $ 300.00)
Fr. 1801-1 $10 1929T1
Springfield, First NB, 122
A pleasing grade from a very early Vermont charter with 57 small notes reported.
Grade: VF+    Bank Name: Springfield, First NB, 122
Lot #110167 - National Bank Notes > Virginia - ($ 125.00 - $ 250.00)
Fr. 1802-2 $20 1929T2
Harrisonburg, NB, 11694
A scarcer T2 $20 with only 37 small notes reported. This is new to the census.
Grade: F/VF    Bank Name: Harrisonburg, NB, 11694
Lot #110168 - National Bank Notes > Virginia - ($ 150.00 - $ 300.00)
Fr. 627 $10 1902ND
Suffolk, NB, 9733
This one has a small repaired tear at the upper right.
Grade: Fine    Bank Name: Suffolk, NB, 9733
Lot #110169 - National Bank Notes > Virginia - ($ 1,000.00 - $ 2,000.00)
Fr. 581 $20 1902ND
Winchester, Farmers and Merchants NB, S6084
Purple stamped signatures enhance this rare type. Rare first title.
Grade: VF    Bank Name: Winchester, Farmers and Merchants NB, S6084
Lot #110170 - National Bank Notes > Washington - ($ 300.00 - $ 600.00)
Fr. 607 $5 1902ND
Everett, Security NB, 11693
An uncommon Washington bank with 23 large notes reported and this one has a bit of a rust spot.
Grade: F/VF    Bank Name: Everett, Security NB, 11693
Lot #110171 - National Bank Notes > Washington - ($ 150.00 - $ 300.00)
Fr. 626 $10 1902ND
Spokane, Exchange NB, P4044
A bright and satisfying example from this always desirable state.
Grade: Fine    Bank Name: Spokane, Exchange NB, P4044
Lot #110172 - National Bank Notes > West Virginia - ($ 500.00 - $ 1,000.00)
Fr. 1801-2 $10 1929T2
Buckhannon, Central NB, 13646
A real beauty from a group that turned up years ago. Appears ripped from a sheet rather than cut.
Grade: CU    Bank Name: Buckhannon, Central NB, 13646
Lot #110173 - National Bank Notes > West Virginia - ($ 1,000.00 - $ 2,000.00)
Fr. 624 $10 1902ND
Chester, First NB, 6984
A sharp large size from Hancock County. Well signed by President Jalen E. Newell. Cashier is faded. Nine large notes reported. It has been 16 years since a large was available!
Grade: VF    Bank Name: Chester, First NB, 6984
Lot #110174 - National Bank Notes > West Virginia - ($ 100.00 - $ 200.00)
Fr. 1801-1 $10 1929T1
Clarksburg, Union NB, 7681
An attractive example of the Union National Bank.
Grade: VF+    Bank Name: Clarksburg, Union NB, 7681
Lot #110175 - National Bank Notes > West Virginia - ($ 200.00 - $ 400.00)
Fr. 1801-1, 1802-1 $10, $20 1929T1
Clarksburg, Union NB, 7681
A great $10 and $20 pair.
Grade: VF    Bank Name: Clarksburg, Union NB, 7681
Lot #110176 - National Bank Notes > West Virginia - ($ 175.00 - $ 350.00)
Fr. 1801-1 $10 1929T1
Pair of Clarksburg Nationals
Two notes; Empire NB #7029 and Union NB #7681.
Grade: F/VF    Bank Name: Pair of Clarksburg Nationals
Lot #110177 - National Bank Notes > West Virginia - ($ 800.00 - $ 1,400.00)
Fr. 601 $5 1902ND
Fairmont, Peoples NB, 9645
This note brought $1150 in 2005 and none have been offered since 2011 in this quality.
Grade: Ch. CU    Bank Name: Fairmont, Peoples NB, 9645
Lot #110178 - National Bank Notes > West Virginia - ($ 75.00 - $ 150.00)
Fr. 650 $20 1902ND
Huntington, First-Huntington NB, 3106
Great signatures but plenty of flaws and edge issues.
Grade: VG    Bank Name: Huntington, First-Huntington NB, 3106
Lot #110179 - National Bank Notes > West Virginia - ($ 500.00 - $ 1,000.00)
Fr. 1801-1 $10 1929T1
Kenova, First NB, 9913
IN 202 a VF 20 realized $840. There are only 18 small notes reported.
Grade: VF    Bank Name: Kenova, First NB, 9913
Lot #110180 - National Bank Notes > West Virginia - ($ 1,000.00 - $ 2,000.00)
Fr. 472 $5 1882BB
Martinsburg, Citizens NB, S4811
This bank was chartered in 1892 and it has nicely stamped signatures and even circulation. This is the only $5 brown back among the five other brown backs.
Grade: VF    Bank Name: Martinsburg, Citizens NB, S4811
Lot #110181 - National Bank Notes > West Virginia - ($ 500.00 - $ 1,000.00)
Fr. 1801-2 $10 1929T2
Montgomery, NB, 5691
A lovely T2 just a bit close at top left. Only 13 small notes reported on this Fayette County location. Likely the finest quality small note known.
Grade: AU    Bank Name: Montgomery, NB, 5691
Lot #110182 - National Bank Notes > West Virginia - ($ 400.00 - $ 800.00)
Fr. 1801-1 $10 1929T1
Moorefield, South Branch Valley NB, 3029
This is the last offering of this bank in small size even with 36 small notes reported. Only one at auction.
Grade: VF    Bank Name: Moorefield, South Branch Valley NB, 3029
Lot #110183 - National Bank Notes > West Virginia - ($ 200.00 - $ 400.00)
Fr. 1800-1 $5 1929T1
Point Pleasant, Citizens NB, 13231
A popular title for this evenly circulated small size only bank with 47 small notes reported.
Grade: VF    Bank Name: Point Pleasant, Citizens NB, 13231
Lot #110184 - National Bank Notes > West Virginia - ($ 400.00 - $ 800.00)
Fr. 1802-1 $20 1929T1
Salem, First NB, 7250
There are only 20 small notes reported on this bank from Harrison County.
Grade: VF    Bank Name: Salem, First NB, 7250
Lot #110185 - National Bank Notes > West Virginia - ($ 450.00 - $ 900.00)
Fr. 602 $5 1902ND
Spencer, First NB, 10127
This is a great looking note from Roane County with 18 large reported and few are nicer. Spot on back.
Grade: VF    Bank Name: Spencer, First NB, 10127
Lot #110186 - National Bank Notes > Wisconsin - ($ 1,750.00 - $ 3,500.00)
Fr. 669 $50 1902DB
Ashland, Northern NB M3607
A very attractive $50 with exceptional pen signatures of the V.P. and Cashier. One of four 1902DB. This note was offered by CAA in 1992.
Grade: VF+    Bank Name: Ashland, Northern NB M3607
Lot #110187 - National Bank Notes > Wisconsin - ($ 150.00 - $ 300.00)
Fr. 624 $10 1902ND
Kenosha, First NB, M212
Great signatures but definitely a pocket piece with stains and splits. 23 large reported.
Grade: F/VF    Bank Name: Kenosha, First NB, M212
Lot #110188 - National Bank Notes > Wisconsin - ($ 15,000.00 - $ 30,000.00)
Fr. 391 $2 1875
La Crosse, NB, 2344
What a great opportunity of one of the deuces that were so held tightly for a century before appearing to the collecting public. There are currently around 58 deuces recorded. In this case, almost a third are circulated and likely only a few grade 64 or better. The last 64 sold was at Heritage on 10/22 where it realized $27,600. A strong result. I expect this lovely example within our estimate range.
Grade: PMG Ch. UNC 63    Bank Name: La Crosse, NB, 2344
Lot #110189 - National Bank Notes > Wisconsin - ($ 175.00 - $ 350.00)
Fr. 1802-1 $20 1929T1
Menasha, First NB, 3724
69 small notes reported on this Winnebago County bank.
Grade: F/VF    Bank Name: Menasha, First NB, 3724
Lot #110190 - National Bank Notes > Wisconsin - ($ 1,500.00 - $ 2,000.00)
Fr. 499 $20 1882BB
Milwaukee, NB, 4817
This grade shocked me at a 40 but studying shows three folds but this note looks UNC or even Gem but isn't.
Grade: PMG XF 40    Bank Name: Milwaukee, NB, 4817
Lot #110191 - National Bank Notes > Wisconsin - ($ 150.00 - $ 300.00)
Fr. 1801-1 $10 1929T1
Superior, First NB of the City, 3926
Ted Gazanski used to offer these in UNC when I was a kid. That's been a minute! 110 small notes reported.
Grade: VF    Bank Name: Superior, First NB of the City, 3926
Lot #110192 - Obsolete Notes & Miscellaneous Items > Alabama - ($ 25.00 - $ 50.00)
Lot of Alabama Obsoletes
Five pieces. Four State of Alabama (25c, 25c, 50c, 50c) and one Alabama Insurance Co. 10c. Sold as is.
Grade: Avg Fine   
Lot #110193 - Obsolete Notes & Miscellaneous Items > Arizona - ($ 10.00 - $ 20.00)
Swansea Swansea Boarding Hosue Meal Ticket
Meal ticket punch card for the Swansea Boarding House.
Grade: AU   
Lot #110194 - Obsolete Notes & Miscellaneous Items > Connecticut - ($ 150.00 - $ 300.00)
East Haddam Bank of New England at Goodspeed's Landing $1-$1-$2-$5 Uncut Sheet
A lovely remainder sheet with pretty green counters and excellent margins.
Grade: Ch. CU   
Lot #110195 - Obsolete Notes & Miscellaneous Items > Connecticut - ($ 200.00 - $ 400.00)
New Haven City Bank of New Haven $50-$100-$20-$10
Remainder sheet. Unusual as such as there are red counters on the back.
Grade: CU   
Lot #110196 - Obsolete Notes & Miscellaneous Items > Connecticut - ($ 300.00 - $ 600.00)
New London Union Bank of New London $3-$10-$20-$50 Uncut Sheet
Great odd denomination sheet 3-10-20-50 remainder with red counters. Minor Flaws.
Grade: CU   
Lot #110197 - Obsolete Notes & Miscellaneous Items > District of Columbia - ($ 500.00 - $ 1,000.00)
Washington D.C. Merchants Bank $1-$3-$1-$5 Uncut Sheet
A gorgeous uncut sheet from July, 1 1852.
Grade: Gem CU   
Lot #110198 - Obsolete Notes & Miscellaneous Items > Georgia - ($ 350.00 - $ 700.00)
Columbus Bank of Columbus $1
A pleasing punch cancelled Proof with an orange counter and a central vignette of wagons hauling cotton.
Grade: PCGS Very Ch. New 64 PPQ   
Lot #110199 - Obsolete Notes & Miscellaneous Items > Georgia - ($ 10.00 - $ 20.00)
Savannah Mechanic's Saving and Loan Association $1
August 1, 1863.
Grade: Fine   
Lot #110200 - Obsolete Notes & Miscellaneous Items > Georgia - ($ 75.00 - $ 150.00)
Savannah Timber Cutter's Bank $1
Great vignette with beautiful color.
Grade: VF   
Lot #110201 - Obsolete Notes & Miscellaneous Items > Georgia - ($ 100.00 - $ 200.00)
Lot of Georgia Obsoletes
Nine pieces including: Milledgeville State of Georgia 10c, Macon Manufacturers Bank $1, Milledgeville State of Georgia $1, Savannah Planters Bank $1, Bank of Milledgeville $5, Savannah Merchants and Planters Bank $5, Augusta Mechanics Bank $20, Augusta Insurance and Banking Co. $10 and Bank of Augusta $1. Sold as is.
Grade: VG-AU   
Lot #110202 - Obsolete Notes & Miscellaneous Items > Iowa - ($ 20.00 - $ 40.00)
Davenport Davenport & St. Paul Railroad Company $25
1870 receipt of stock.
Grade: AU   
Lot #110203 - Obsolete Notes & Miscellaneous Items > Louisiana - ($ 50.00 - $ 100.00)
Citizens Bank of Louisiana $5, $10 1860
Nice pair from Shreveport.
Grade: AU/CU   
Lot #110204 - Obsolete Notes & Miscellaneous Items > Louisiana - ($ 50.00 - $ 100.00)
New Orleans New Orleans, Jackson & Great Northern Rail Road Company $1.50
November 16, 1861. Great denomination.
Grade: AU+   
Lot #110205 - Obsolete Notes & Miscellaneous Items > Louisiana - ($ 40.00 - $ 80.00)
New Orleans Canal Bank $100
Bottom weighted remainder.
Grade: CU   
Lot #110206 - Obsolete Notes & Miscellaneous Items > Maine - ($ 250.00 - $ 400.00)
Augusta Freeman's Bank 10c, 15c
Two pieces. This bank became a national bank. Great fractional notes.
Grade: F/VF   
Lot #110207 - Obsolete Notes & Miscellaneous Items > Maine - ($ 200.00 - $ 400.00)
Bangor Bangor Mill & Manufacturing Company $10
$10 one share of stock. Circa 1830.
Grade: VF   
Lot #110208 - Obsolete Notes & Miscellaneous Items > Maine - ($ 75.00 - $ 150.00)
Ellsworth Hancock Bank $3
Scarce three. Cut cancelled with minor paper pulls.
Grade: Fine   
Lot #110209 - Obsolete Notes & Miscellaneous Items > Maryland - ($ 200.00 - $ 400.00)
Hagerstown Hagerstown Bank $10-$10-$5-$5 Uncut Sheet
Uncut sheet of colorful remainders.
Grade: Ch. CU   
Lot #110210 - Obsolete Notes & Miscellaneous Items > Massachusetts - ($ 125.00 - $ 250.00)
Boston Cochituate Bank $3
Great color.
Grade: UNC   
Lot #110211 - Obsolete Notes & Miscellaneous Items > Massachusetts - ($ 50.00 - $ 100.00)
Roxbury Bank of Norfolk $1
Pinholes.
Grade: VG   
Lot #110212 - Obsolete Notes & Miscellaneous Items > Massachusetts - ($ 150.00 - $ 300.00)
Ware Hampshire Manufacturers Bank $10
Fresh remainder.
Grade: Ch. AU   
Lot #110213 - Obsolete Notes & Miscellaneous Items > Massachusetts - ($ 75.00 - $ 150.00)
14th Massachusetts Heavy Artillery Regiment $1
Sutler exchange certificate.
Grade: CU   
Lot #110214 - Obsolete Notes & Miscellaneous Items > Michigan - ($ 35.00 - $ 70.00)
Keweenaw County Delaware Mine $10
Signed by Sam Hill and with a 5c tax stamp. Cut cancelled.
Grade: VF   
Lot #110215 - Obsolete Notes & Miscellaneous Items > Mississippi - ($ 40.00 - $ 80.00)
Jackson State of Mississippi $10
Cr 17. may 1, 1862.
Grade: VF   
Lot #110216 - Obsolete Notes & Miscellaneous Items > Missouri - ($ 50.00 - $ 100.00)
Jefferson City State of Missouri $347.16
1874 Revenue Bond Scrip.
Grade: AU   
Lot #110217 - Obsolete Notes & Miscellaneous Items > Missouri - ($ 100.00 - $ 200.00)
St. Louis Merchants Bank of St. Louis $10
Partially attached to an 1865 document for a land purchase.
Grade: Good   
Lot #110218 - Obsolete Notes & Miscellaneous Items > Nebraska - ($ 100.00 - $ 200.00)
Omaha City Western Exchange Fire and Marine Insurance Co. $1, $5
Pair of early and attractive remainders.
Grade: Ch./Gem CU   
Lot #110219 - Obsolete Notes & Miscellaneous Items > New Hampshire - ($ 200.00 - $ 400.00)
New Hampton New Hampton Institution Commercial Bank $100
Belnap County college currency.
Grade: XF   
Lot #110220 - Obsoletes, Advertising & Miscellaneous Items > New York - ($ 25.00 - $ 50.00)
Buffalo Bankers' Association of Buffalo $5,000
Looks like a clearing house certificate cancelled July 16, 1895.
Grade: VF+   
Lot #110221 - Obsolete Notes & Miscellaneous Items > New York - ($ 75.00 - $ 150.00)
Hudson Bank of Hudson $5
May 10, 1819.
Grade: XF   
Lot #110222 - Obsolete Notes & Miscellaneous Items > New York - ($ 250.00 - $ 500.00)
Sag Harbor, Suffolk County Bank 50¢ Nov. 25, 1862
Long Island, from Suffolk County Bank in Sag Harbor. Nov. 25, 1862. Nick lower right.
Grade: AU   
Lot #110223 - Obsolete Notes & Miscellaneous Items > New York - ($ 250.00 - $ 500.00)
Setauket Bank $5 Aug. 4, 1860
Flawed, but a really rare note and bank with a bit of a scrape lower right.
Grade: Fine   
Lot #110224 - Obsolete Notes & Miscellaneous Items > North Carolina - ($ 125.00 - $ 250.00)
Raleigh State of North Carolina $3
Nice and fresh.
Grade: Ch. CU   
Lot #110225 - Obsolete Notes & Miscellaneous Items > North Carolina - ($ 50.00 - $ 100.00)
Washington Bank of Washington $5
Lovely partially signed remainder.
Grade: Ch. CU   
Lot #110226 - Obsolete Notes & Miscellaneous Items > North Carolina - ($ 100.00 - $ 200.00)
Lot of Miscellaneous Obsoletes
State of North Carolina 5c (Fine), South Carolina Railroad Co. $1 (G), State Bank of South Carolina $10 (Fine), Belfast Bank of Commerce 15c (VF), Savannah Timber Cutters Bank $5 (VF), State of Louisiana $5 baby Bond (CU), New Orleans Canal Bank $10 (CU), Bank of Susquehanna County $5 (AG) and a bank of Norwalk (Bisected, AG).
Grade: AG-CU   
Lot #110227 - Obsolete Notes & Miscellaneous Items > Ohio - ($ 100.00 - $ 200.00)
Franklin Franklin Silk Company $1-$1-$2-$3 Uncut Sheet
Unsigned remainder from Portage County.
Grade: AU/CU   
Lot #110228 - Obsolete Notes & Miscellaneous Items > Pennsylvania - ($ 200.00 - $ 400.00)
Philadelphia Cooper Shop Volunteer Refreshment Saloon Uncut Sheet
They opened on May 26, 1861 in Philadelphia, PA on Otsego Street near the Delaware River. William M. Cooper was the proprietor and they served soldiers moving through the area. It was run by committee and supported by donations. This sheet is an uncut sheet of four Patriotic checks issued on January of 18633. They are very cool and an important human relationship to the war.
Grade: AU   
Lot #110229 - Obsolete Notes & Miscellaneous Items > Pennsylvania - ($ 250.00 - $ 500.00)
Philadelphia Bank of the United States $10
December 24, 1836. Signed by Furman and Mason.
Grade: VF   
Lot #110230 - Obsolete Notes & Miscellaneous Items > Pennsylvania - ($ 150.00 - $ 300.00)
Philadelphia Loan of the City of Philadelphia
February of 1867. Cancelled with a small split.
Grade: XF   
Lot #110231 - Obsolete Notes & Miscellaneous Items > Rhode Island - ($ 100.00 - $ 200.00)
Providence Mount Vernon Bank $1
A super ornate design with red counters. Signed and issued.
Grade: XF/AU   
Lot #110232 - Obsolete Notes & Miscellaneous Items > South Carolina - ($ 30.00 - $ 60.00)
Charleston Bank of South Carolina $10
April 1861. Signed and issued with a tiny burn hole at center.
Grade: VF   
Lot #110233 - Obsolete Notes & Miscellaneous Items > South Carolina - ($ 60.00 - $ 120.00)
Columbia State of South Carolina $1
Revenue bond scrip from March 2, 1872.
Grade: Ch. CU   
Lot #110234 - Obsolete Notes & Miscellaneous Items > South Carolina - ($ 75.00 - $ 150.00)
Columbia State of South Carolina $2
Revenue bond scrip from March 2, 1872. Great denomination.
Grade: Gem CU   
Lot #110235 - Obsolete Notes & Miscellaneous Items > South Carolina - ($ 60.00 - $ 120.00)
Columbia State of South Carolina $5
Revenue bond scrip from March 2, 1872. Lovely quality.
Grade: Gem CU   
Lot #110236 - Obsolete Notes & Miscellaneous Items > South Carolina - ($ 50.00 - $ 100.00)
Columbia State of South Carolina $10
Revenue bond scrip from March 2, 1872. Corner tip.
Grade: CU   
Lot #110237 - Obsolete Notes & Miscellaneous Items > South Carolina - ($ 250.00 - $ 500.00)
State of South Carolina $5-$5-$10-$10 Uncut Sheet
Revenue Bond scrip from March 2, 1872. Fresh toning.
Grade: CU   
Lot #110238 - Obsolete Notes & Miscellaneous Items > South Carolina - ($ 50.00 - $ 100.00)
Hamburg Bank of Hamburg $5
Fresh and lovely. Signed and issued. September 1864.
Grade: VF/XF   
Lot #110239 - Obsolete Notes & Miscellaneous Items > Vermont - ($ 200.00 - $ 400.00)
Jamaica West River Bank $1-$2-$3-$5
Remainder super sheet with beautiful coin and cherub vignettes.
Grade: CU   
Lot #110240 - Obsolete Notes & Miscellaneous Items > Vermont - ($ 200.00 - $ 400.00)
Jamaica West River Bank $1-$2-$3-$5
Remainder super sheet with beautiful coin and cherub vignettes.
Grade: CU   
Lot #110241 - Obsolete Notes & Miscellaneous Items > Vermont - ($ 200.00 - $ 400.00)
Jamaica West River Bank $1-$2-$3-$5
Remainder super sheet with beautiful coin and cherub vignettes.
Grade: CU   
Lot #110242 - Obsolete Notes & Miscellaneous Items > Vermont - ($ 200.00 - $ 400.00)
Jamaica West River Bank $2, $2, $5, $5, $5
Five piece remainder lot with cherubs and coins.
Grade: Ch./Gem CU   
Lot #110243 - Obsolete Notes & Miscellaneous Items > Virginia - ($ 20.00 - $ 40.00)
Richmond State of Virginia 60c
Printed on the back of a Front Royal obsolete.
Grade: VF   
Lot #110244 - Obsolete Notes & Miscellaneous Items > Virginia - ($ 15.00 - $ 30.00)
Richmond Virginia Treasury Note $1
Three pieces with two different dates. July 21, 1862 and October 21, 1862.
Grade: Avg. Fine   
Lot #110245 - Obsolete Notes & Miscellaneous Items - ($ 50.00 - $ 100.00)
Obsolete Trio.
Three notes: $1 Egg Harbor Bank of New Jersey (AU, pinholes), $1 Virginia Treasury Note (VF) and $5 Franklin Silk Company of Portage, Ohio (CU).
Grade: VF-CU   
Lot #110246 - Obsolete Notes & Miscellaneous Items - ($ 100.00 - $ 200.00)
Lot of Miscellaneous Obsoletes
21 well used obsoletes including; Bank of Pittsylvania $5, The Conn River Banking Company $2, Macon Savings Bank $5, Macon & Brunswick $1, Merchants and Planters Bank $3, $10, Habre-de-Grace bank $2, Bainbridge Southern Bank $1, Western bank of Georgia $5, City Bank of New Haven $5, Haverhill bank $1, Worcester Citizens Bank $1, State of Georgia 50c, Manhattan Bank $1, State of Louisiana $5, Central Mining Co of Eagle Harbor, MI $5, City bank of New Haven $5, two Virginia Treasury Note $1, a damaged Carolina Mills unknown $5 and an unknown certificate of deposit $1. Sold as is.
Grade: G-Fine   
Lot #110247 - Military Payment Certificates - ($ 20.00 - $ 40.00)
Series 481 5c, 10c, 25c, 50c 6/20/51 - 5/25/54
Six pieces. Two 5c; one 10c; one 25c and two 50c.
Grade: Avg. Fine   
Lot #110248 - Military Payment Certificates - ($ 25.00 - $ 50.00)
Series 641 5c 8/31/65 - 10/21/68
A replacement with flaws on the edge.
Grade: VG   
Lot #110249 - Military Payment Certificates - ($ 400.00 - $ 800.00)
Series 681 5c, 10c, 25c, 50c, $1, $5, $10, $20 8/11/69 - 10/7/70
A lovely denomination set. The 10c - $5 are CU. The $10 is AU and the $20 is XF.
Grade: XF-CU   
Lot #110250 - Military Payment Certificates - ($ 750.00 - $ 1,500.00)
Series 691 $20 Replacement
Binary serial number.
Grade: PMG Ch. UNC 63 EPQ   
Lot #110251 - Military Payment Certificates - ($ 350.00 - $ 700.00)
Series 691 $5 Second Printing
A lovely true Gem.
Grade: PMG Gem UNC 66 EPQ   
Lot #110252 - Stocks and Bonds > Arizona - ($ 25.00 - $ 50.00)
Tribune Gold Mining and Milling Company
2,500 shares of capital stock. Attached to a letter.
Grade: AU   
Lot #110253 - Stocks and Bonds > Iowa - ($ 10.00 - $ 20.00)
Cedar Fall & Minnesota Rail Road Company
Remainder stock certificate from 186x.
Grade: UNC   
Lot #110254 - Stocks and Bonds > New York - ($ 25.00 - $ 50.00)
Nacimiento Copper Company
Large sized 1881 Mortgage Bond.
Grade: AU   
Lot #110255 - Checks - ($ 50.00 - $ 100.00)
Lot of Checks
A wonderful lot of around fifty early 19th and 20th century checks including revenue stamps.
Grade: Avg. AU   
Lot #110256 - Miscellaneous Items - ($ 10.00 - $ 20.00)
Alaska Transportation, Trading, Mining and Manufacturing Company - Rail Employee Guides
Alaska Transportation, Trading, Mining and Manufacturing Company
Addenda to Prospectus for this Philadelphia Company.
Grade: As is   
Lot #110257 - Miscellaneous Items - ($ 30.00 - $ 50.00)
American Bank Note Company Detection and Recognition of Fraudulent Securities Brochure
ABNC brochure depicting examples of counterfeit, genuine and xerographic reproductions of stock certificates.
Grade: UNC   
Lot #110258 - Miscellaneous Items - ($ 25.00 - $ 50.00)
B. E. P. Constitution Series Souvenir Card State Shield
Printed in honor of the 200th Anniversary of the Constitution, the B.E.P created this intaglio print of the back of a 2% consol bond. Master die #5264. Blue card with brown version on envelope. Green ink on back of the envelope
Grade: UNC   
Lot #110259 - Miscellaneous Items - ($ 100.00 - $ 200.00)
Lot of Miscellaneous Obsoletes
Five pieces including an attractive $3 Bank of Florence Nebraska remainder (CU); 50 cent State of Virginia City of Richmond (F); Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio Summit County Bank 50 cent (UNC) and two 50 cent 1863 CSA (AG, F). Sold as is, no returns.
Grade: AG-CU   
Lot #110260 - Miscellaneous Items - ($ 10.00 - $ 20.00)
Richard Nixon Political Note
1971 inflation money. 50 "frozen dollars".
Grade: AU/CU   
Lot #110261 - Miscellaneous Items - ($ 10.00 - $ 20.00)
Distillery Tax Stamps
Nine pieces. Sold as is.
Grade: As is   
Lot #110262 - Miscellaneous Items - ($ 5.00 - $ 10.00)
Merchants Storage and Warehouse Company
American Loan and Trust Company
New York 20 year 6%.
Grade: As is   
Lot #110263 - Miscellaneous Items - ($ 5.00 - $ 10.00)
Wells Fargo & Co. Postal Envelope
Near mint.
Grade: Near Mint