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    Lewistown, MT - $10 1902 Plain Back Fr. 624 The First NB of Fergus County in Lewistown Ch. # (W)7274
    A wonderful new discovery which is offered here to the collecting community for the first time. It's the only note known from this bank bearing this institution's second title, which was adopted only a year before the bank closed in 1924. PMG has net graded this note due to rust and tears. The rust is minor and consists of a handful of small spots at the bottom of the note and the tears amount to a couple of small splits that affect nothing. The overall appearance here is of a nice, natural Fine example, which, after mentioning the splits, is how this note would have been graded in the "old days." PMG Fine 12 Net.

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    Apr-May, 2011
    27th-2nd Wednesday-Monday
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