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    Clarksville, TN- Bank of America $5 18__ S-C Cr.-B.Ame-5-4TC PMG Superb Gem Unc 67 EPQ.
    The bank was chartered in 1850 and began active operation in 1856. Speculation in land in Arkansas and the labor to work it was the bank's undoing. It was suspended in 1858 and finally closed in 1863. A vignette of Liberty and Ceres flanking a framed image of a cotton plant appears at center, with oval portraits of Andrew Jackson at left and G. Ambrose Davie at right. Printed on India paper with the usual small POCs in the signature lines, this note has a green overall tint and a large green and white FIVE protector which is not known to have been used for production notes. There were 12 examples of this green tint variety (including this note) in the 1990 ABNCo Archives sale. A scarce and attractive note in top condition.


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