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    High Grade 1875 $5

    Owatonna, MN - $5 1875 Fr. 401 The Farmers National Bank Ch. # 2122 PMG About Uncirculated 50 EPQ.
    A lovely note from this scarce Steele County bank that issued First Charters only before it liquidated at the expiration of its charter in 1893. Fortuitously, two cut sheets of 1875 $5s were set aside for the enjoyment of today's collectors. This offering is from one of those two sheets and, aside from some minor handling, is as fresh and bright as the day it was printed. Bold and ornate penned signatures are present, along with a beautiful red overprint.
    From the Gilmore Sem Collection, Part II


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