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    $100 North Carolina Brown Back - One of Five Known

    Wilmington, NC - $100 1882 Brown Back Fr. 530 The Murchison NB Ch. # (S)5182 PCGS Very Fine 20.
    A rare North Carolina type with just five examples in the census, including this note, none of which have been publicly offered in almost eight years. Each of the pieces in the census come from this institution, and all are approximately the same grade, although this specimen does have some very miniscule edge damage along with some rust spots on the back. However, it faces up quite nicely with bright paper and sharp ink colors and thus presents a great opportunity to acquire a $100 Brown Back from the Tarheel State.
    From the Greensboro Collection Part VII

    More information about North Carolina National Bank Notes.

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    January, 2019
    9th-14th Wednesday-Monday
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