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There are only five large notes known from this one bank town. The example here is arguably the nicest of that small grouping.

There are only five large notes known from this one bank town. The example here is arguably the nicest of that small grouping.

Here is another exciting Illinois find. No banknotes were known to exist before this stunner showed up late this summer. Apparently it was saved as part of Mr. Green's (the signing president) final desk papers. Less than 1200 sheets of both red seals and blue seals were issued by this charter. The condition is about as nice as you could expect.

Here is another exciting Illinois find. No banknotes were known to exist before this stunner showed up late this summer. Apparently it was saved as part of Mr. Green's (the signing president) final desk papers. Less than 1200 sheets of both red seals and blue seals were issued by this charter. The condition is about as nice as you could expect.

There were 648 different banks in Ohio that issued national currency. Only one of those banks was in Okeana. Today only eight other large size notes are documented as still existing from it. This new discovery is from The M&M hoard and it becomes the oldest note on the bank.

There were 648 different banks in Ohio that issued national currency. Only one of those banks was in Okeana. Today only eight other large size notes are documented as still existing from it. This new discovery is from The M&M hoard and it becomes the oldest note on the bank.

Just a dozen large notes are known from this Wayne County bank. This example is certainly in the top quarter of the documented survivors.

Just a dozen large notes are known from this Wayne County bank. This example is certainly in the top quarter of the documented survivors.

We can't find any sales of a blue seal from this one bank town. The bank only issued blue seals for six years and there are just five documented survivors.

We can't find any sales of a blue seal from this one bank town. The bank only issued blue seals for six years and there are just five documented survivors.

This super fresh blue seal could pass for UNC at a glance. A closer inspection shows some light folds. I love the straight edge cut at top and bottom.

This super fresh blue seal could pass for UNC at a glance. A closer inspection shows some light folds. I love the straight edge cut at top and bottom.

Just five other large size notes are known from this charter. We will call this one fine, but it faces up nicely. About 10 pinholes are noted.

Just five other large size notes are known from this charter. We will call this one fine, but it faces up nicely. About 10 pinholes are noted.

This is a nice double serial number one note from a privately named bank. This is from the first sheet of currency sent to the bank.

This is a nice double serial number one note from a privately named bank. This is from the first sheet of currency sent to the bank.

It's tough to be critical about a red seal from a small Wisconsin town. This note has great sigs, but some repairs and touchups are present though far from distracting.

It's tough to be critical about a red seal from a small Wisconsin town. This note has great sigs, but some repairs and touchups are present though far from distracting.

Here is a crispy LA note from a charter that is usually only available in the form of an UNC brown back. This happens to be the only 1902 $5 date back known on the bank.

Here is a crispy LA note from a charter that is usually only available in the form of an UNC brown back. This happens to be the only 1902 $5 date back known on the bank.

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