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    Parkersburg, WV - $5 1902 Plain Back Fr. 598 The First NB Ch. # 180
    A crispy and fresh note with the stamped signatures still fully legible. A single very faint fold is detected together with minimal evidence of handling. Employees in the sheet trimming department at this institution may have been rushed into service without adequate instructions, as the upper margin is cut in slightly and the lower margin extends well into the design of the note below at right. Despite the trim difficulty this remains a bright and impressive looking note from a state hardly known for an overwhelming supply of material in this high a grade. About Uncirculated.


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    September, 2005
    21st-23rd Wednesday-Friday
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