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    Very Rare Mount Pleasant, TX Note

    Mount Pleasant, TX - $10 1902 Plain Back Fr. 631 The State National Bank Ch. # (S)6139 PMG Fine 12.
    An exceptionally rare note from an exceptionally rare bank, this new entrant to the census is just the third note to be reported with the bank's second title and just the fourth piece overall. Notes from this rare East Texas institution were absent from every great Texas collection formed during the past three quarters of a century, as even William Philpott was unable to secure a note from this large only bank. Of the three other known notes, just one, a unique Red Seal, has been publicly offered in the past 25 years. This $10 has seen its share of circulation, but is solid for the grade with an overall pleasing appearance.

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    Auction Dates
    October, 2021
    6th-8th Wednesday-Friday
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