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    First Ever Public Offering

    West Palm Beach, FL - $10 1902 Plain Back Fr. 634 The American NB Ch. # (S)12057
    The parade of Florida rarities continues with this wonderful new discovery, offered to the collecting community for the first time ever. This short lived bank operated for only a bit over two years before liquidating in February of 1924, after having issued only a limited number of sheets during its brief existence. The two main censuses diverge here, with the Kelly compilation listing one note extant (grading only Very Good) from the bank, while Track & Price and Gengerke list no known examples. All published sources agree, however, that no note from this bank has ever been available at public sale. PCGS Very Fine 35PPQ, a spectacular rarity certain to excite even the most advanced of the many collectors the Sunshine State boasts.

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    Auction Dates
    September, 2011
    7th-12th Wednesday-Monday
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