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    Farrell, PA - $10 1902 Plain Back Fr. 630 The First NB Ch. # (E)10415
    An extremely rare note from a bank, which was in business for only ten years before the liquidator arrived to close the doors forever in 1923. This was the sole issuer in this tiny Mercer County community, with only two notes previously reported, neither of which has been offered to collectors in more than a dozen years. This piece is new to the census and offered here to collectors for the first time, having surfaced in a west coast estate coming from the family of F.S. Fish, who signs as the bank's president. That post marked a distinct promotion for Mr. Fish, who had previously served as the cashier of The First National Bank of West Middlesex. (A serial number 1 West Middlesex Red Seal bearing his signature is offered below.) PCGS Choice About New 58PPQ with vivid two color signatures and complete originality, a simply lovely item.

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    September, 2017
    6th-12th Wednesday-Tuesday
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