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    Hastings, NE - $5 1902 Date Back Fr. 592 The German NB Ch. # (W)3732
    A lovely example of the first and by far the scarcer of the two titles used by this bank. Like most all of the German ethnic titles, it was changed to the far more neutral sounding "Nebraska NB" in April of 1917, after America's entry into the First World War. It is only the second $5 Date Back to be reported and, with the other known note grading Very Good, is certainly the finer of the pair. Vivid color and solid embossing are seen on this PCGS About New 53 note that also bears the dark pen signature of the bank's Vice-President.

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    Auction Dates
    January, 2015
    7th-12th Wednesday-Monday
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