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    Unique for Both Town & Bank

    Earle, AR - $10 1902 Date Back Fr. 618 The First NB Ch. # (S)9324
    A real wonder note from the sole bank chartered in rural Crittenden County. If ever a note were destined to remain unique forever it would likely be this piece, as it comes from a bank which was in business for only thirteen months and issued a truly miniscule 792 sheets of Date Backs before its doors closed forever. Its only appearance at public sale came almost a decade ago, when our consignor paid over $12,000 at public auction to bring this note home. In a far more sophisticated market for truly rare items, especially those which have withstood the test of time and remained literally "one of a kind," expect that figure to be easily eclipsed by the time the hammer falls on this trophy item tonight. Fine+.

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    Auction Dates
    September, 2009
    9th-13th Wednesday-Sunday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 2
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