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    Oneida, NY - $1 Original Fr. 380a The First NB Ch. # 519
    This bank, which issued First Charters only for less than ten years before liquidating early in 1874, is prohibitively rare. The current census shows just five reported examples, all but one Original Series aces. This note is one of the five and has been off the market since it last appeared thirty-four years ago in a 1983 NASCA sale. The last ace from this bank to appear at public sale was graded 62 EPQ and realized $9400 in 2015. Expect this evenly circulated and problem free rarity to fetch a bit less than half that number. PCGS Fine 15PPQ.


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    Auction Dates
    Apr-May, 2017
    26th-2nd Wednesday-Tuesday
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