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    Rare Boston Occupational Title $1 Original Series Note

    Boston, MA - $1 Original Fr. 380b The National Hide & Leather Bank Ch. # 460 PMG Very Fine 25.
    Though there are over 40 notes known from the occupational title, this Original Series note is difficult to find. It has the charter number printed on the note above the seal, which is a rare occurrence. This only occurred for ten weeks or so in 1874 and was used by approximately 65 banks. This is the second finest of the seven recorded $1 Originals from the bank listed on Track & Price. Very pleasing and with the appearance of higher grade. Ex: Stack's Bowers, August 2019 sale, lot 10101 (realized $3,600); Q. David Bowers Collection.
    From The Mike Coltrane Collection.


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    June, 2021
    24th-25th Thursday-Friday
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