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    Average Circulated 1861 T3

    T3 $100 1861 PF-2 Cr. 3 PMG Very Fine 25 Net.
    A new addition to the T-3 census as serial number 689 is not listed Fricke 2014 Field Edition. An always popular type note, this $100 was in the second shipment of notes which, by the barest of margins (perhaps minutes), made it out of New York harbor around April 22-24, 1861, just before federal agents raided the New York plants of American and National Bank Note Companies, putting an end to production on April 25. National Bank Note Co. had produced this design in less than three to four weeks after receiving the business on a subcontracted basis from rival ABNCo. Delivery was expedited by using all pre-war vignettes that were on hand. The note was issued May 21, 1861 but the issuer is undecipherable. It is quite bright although there are also some rust spots and a pencilled annotation from 1915.

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