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    Mismatched Charter Number

    Ashland, VA - $5 1929 Ty. 2 The First NB Ch. # 11978
    This note was inadvertently overprinted with the brown overprint indicative of a Type II National using the wrong charter number. In fact, this charter number, 11878, was for the Superior NB & TC of Cleveland, Ohio. This bank did not issue any notes and it liquidated on December 31, 1920. There are just three issues of 1929 notes affected by this intriguing error: this locale, a Tigerton, WI note, and another recent discovery. A true rarity graded Fine-Very Fine that will appeal to National collectors or those who pursue great errors. The last note of this type we sold was a PMG Very Fine 20 which realized $17,250. Expect a realization in the area of. . .

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    Auction Dates
    January, 2009
    8th-11th Thursday-Sunday
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