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    Bluefield, VA - $10 1902 Plain Back Fr. 624 The Twin City NB Ch. # 7782
    Bluefield, Virginia was once known as Graham until the prosperity of their neighboring city of Bluefield, West Virginia led the town to change their name in 1924, in order to capitalize on the larger city's success due to the Pocahontas Coal Boom. This bank accordingly changed its issuing title as well that same year from the First NB of Graham to The Twin City NB of Bluefield. Both titles are quite scarce. This note is virtually identical in grade to the note we sold in September of 2009, which fetched just a hair less than $2500. PMG Very Fine 20.
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    August, 2010
    11th-16th Wednesday-Monday
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