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Here are two Hanover notes that are about 4,000 serial numbers apart. Both are evenly circulated VFs.

Here are two Hanover notes that are about serial numbers apart. Both are evenly circulated VFs.

It is our pleasure to offer the latest and possibly greatest Florida national banknote discovery of the last several years. In late April of this year a fourth generation member of a Fernandina banking family found that he was in possession of one of the best Florida national banknotes out there. Upon learning of its significant value, the decision was made to auction it with us. Not counting the still uncut pair of Key West brown backs, there are just two other #1 brown backs for the state.

It is our pleasure to offer the latest and possibly greatest Florida national banknote discovery of the last several years. In late April of this year a fourth generation member of a Fernandina banking family found that he was in possession of one of the best Florida national banknotes out there. Upon learning of its significant value, the decision was made to auction it with us. Not counting the still uncut pair of Key West brown backs, there are just two other #1 brown backs for the state.

Turtle Creek, PA - Ch. 6574 - 1902 $20 Plain Back Purple signatures, original paper quality, and a fancy town name, that is a combination that very notes will ever possess. This is yet another high quality PA note that should be on a lot of wantlists.

Turtle Creek, PA - Ch. 6574 - 1902 $20 Plain Back Purple signatures, original paper quality, and a fancy town name, that is a combination that very notes will ever possess. This is yet another high quality PA note that should be on a lot of wantlists.

McArthur was the only city in Vinton County Ohio with a bank that issued national currency. There are only eight blue seals reported for it. And as you might guess, this pen signed beauty is the best of that group by leaps and bounds. The next closest is listed as fine.

McArthur was the only city in Vinton County Ohio with a bank that issued national currency. There are only eight blue seals reported for it. And as you might guess, this pen signed beauty is the best of that group by leaps and bounds. The next closest is listed as fine.

Roswell, NM - Ch. 5220 - $10 1902 Blue Seal Roswell is the alien capital of the United States. This note probably has the technical qualities to grade VF 20, but we called it a fine to play it safe. This is from the series of 1902, the charter date is 1919, but we can tell based on the serial number that this was likely issued around 1928. Only 28 large are reported for the entire bank.

Roswell, NM - Ch. 5220 - $10 1902 Blue Seal Roswell is the alien capital of the United States. This note probably has the technical qualities to grade VF 20, but we called it a fine to play it safe. This is from the series of 1902, the charter date is 1919, but we can tell based on the serial number that this was likely issued around 1928. Only 28 large are reported for the entire bank.

This is a really pleasant note from the Northern New Hampshire town of Berlin. A great hole filler for collectors of that state.

This is a really pleasant note from the Northern New Hampshire town of Berlin. A great hole filler for collectors of that state.

South St. Paul, MN - Ch. 6732 - $10 1902 Red Seal There are a lot of really great notes in tonight's auction, but this one might be the absolute sexiest. If your focus is the best from Minnesota, then please take note of this beautiful red seal. I have handled a lot of red seals, and I don't recall ever seeing a richer red on such white paper. The signatures are immaculate. Even the bank's title is spot on.

South St. Paul, MN - Ch. 6732 - $10 1902 Red Seal There are a lot of really great notes in tonight's auction, but this one might be the absolute sexiest. If your focus is the best from Minnesota, then please take note of this beautiful red seal. I have handled a lot of red seals, and I don't recall ever seeing a richer red on such white paper. The signatures are immaculate. Even the bank's title is spot on.

Wahpeton, ND - Ch. 4106 - 1902 $20 Plain Back You would be hard pressed to find a prettier ND blue seal than this $20 note from Wahpeton. It is also fairly scarce. According to census records, only ten other notes exist from this charter.

Wahpeton, ND - Ch. 4106 - 1902 $20 Plain Back You would be hard pressed to find a prettier ND blue seal than this $20 note from Wahpeton. It is also fairly scarce. According to census records, only ten other notes exist from this charter.

Taylorville, IL - Ch. 8940 - 1929 $5 Type1 A relatively scarce note from Christian County. Only a dozen small size notes are accounted for.

Taylorville, IL - Ch. 8940 - 1929 $5 Type1 A relatively scarce note from Christian County. Only a dozen small size notes are accounted for.

Piedmont, WV - Ch. 3629 - 1902 $5 Date Back Our records indicate that this is the only 1902 $5 date back known to exist for The First National Bank of Piedmont, WV. The note has about a quarter inch split at the bottom center. However, it still shows very well for the grade.

Piedmont, WV - Ch. 3629 - 1902 $5 Date Back Our records indicate that this is the only 1902 $5 date back known to exist for The First National Bank of Piedmont, WV. The note has about a quarter inch split at the bottom center. However, it still shows very well for the grade.

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