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    Jersey City, NJ- Hudson County Bank $100 18__ as G24 as Wait 929 Proof PMG Uncirculated 60.
    The bank was incorporated in 1851 under New Jersey's free bank regulations and remained in business until 1865 when it became the Hudson County National Bank. The main vignette depicts a Native American family gazing upon the encroachment of "Civilization" in the form of a distant town, shipping, and other infrastructure. This was a popular theme for antebellum bank note vignettes. In addition, the state banking die and a vignette of a resting mechanic appear. This note is printed on India paper with the usual POCs in the signature lines and has been miscut, with about 3/16" of the bottom margin missing. There was one example of this design in the 1990 ABNCo Archives sale.
    From the Charles R. Pease, Jr. Collection, Part II

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