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    First Ever Public Offering

    Harlan, KY - $20 1902 Date Back Fr. 645 The First NB Ch. # (S)9791
    Every major collection we have had the pleasure of cataloguing always yields a few pleasant surprises, and this note is one of them, as the Gale collection not only has the one note previously reported from here but another which was hitherto unreported. This marks the first public appearance of any note from the earliest bank to issue in "Bloody Harlan," a location immortalized in many books and films. Very Good-Fine.


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    Auction Dates
    January, 2006
    5th-7th Thursday-Saturday
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