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    Unique for the Bank-First Ever Public Offering

    Philadelphia, PA - $1 Original Fr. 380 The National Exchange Bank Ch. # 755
    Just one Philadelphia bank which issued First Charter notes only is as yet unreported, (although the two notes extant on one other bank are counterfeits) and this is it. This was the shortest lived bank of any Philadelphia institution to be chartered during the First Charter period, lasting only from January of 1865 through January of 1870, and issuing of course, Original Series notes only. Fortunately for collectors, the one note to have survived is in more than acceptable condition, displaying even circulation, good signatures, and plenty of eye appeal. Pleasing Fine-Very Fine, a great discovery note likely to remain unique for many years to come.


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    Auction Dates
    January, 2010
    7th-11th Thursday-Monday
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