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    Athol, MA- Millers River Bank $1 18__ as G2 Proof PMG Gem Uncirculated 65 EPQ.
    The bank was chartered in 1854 and remained in business until 1864 when it became the Millers River National Bank of Athol. This note has a rather unique design, with a maiden strewing flowers next to a seated maiden at left and a large engraved hollow oval frame containing the signature lines and a large red 1 protector. The note is printed on India paper mounted on cardstock with the usual small POCs in the signature lines. It is, in turn, affixed to an original Danforth Wright archive book card. A single example of this note appeared in Lot 681 in the 1990 ABNCo Archives sale. It is likely that this note is, in fact, unique in Proof form.
    From the Charles R. Pease, Jr. Collection, Part II

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