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    Minneapolis, MN - $10 1882 Brown Back Fr. 479 The Union National Bank Ch. # 2795 PMG Very Good 10.
    A great Minnesota rarity that is the sole reported note from this short-lived Minneapolis bank that was only in business from 1882 until the receiver closed its doors in 1897. With just $1,295 left outstanding in 1915, it is not likely that any more survivors will surface from here. It has seen its share of circulation and has had some repairs but, for its grade, its colors remain quite sharp and the officers' pen signatures are very bold. Any estimate for a unique note of this caliber is strictly a guess but this rarity should realize in the range of ...
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    January, 2020
    8th-14th Wednesday-Tuesday
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