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    Owensboro National Bank, KY, Charter #4006. 1882 $10 Second Charter Brown Back, Fr-490, VG. A low grade example from this scarce bank, with only 14 large size notes reported from the second title. Brown back notes are elusive from this state, and this note, although it does have a half inch split in the center from the top edge, is solid for the grade. The colors are somewhat faded, and there are a couple of small pinholes. The margins are intact and the note is nicely centered.

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    Auction Dates
    August, 2000
    30th Wednesday
    Internet/Mail Bids: 3
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