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    Milledgeville, GA- Central Bank of Georgia $20 18__ UNL Proof PCGS Apparent Choice About New 58.
    The Central Bank of Georgia was a short-lived institution, in business from approximately 1829 until 1842 when it closed. The note features portraits of Penn and Lafayette and a vignette of Washington on a rearing horse. The design also includes a rarely seen vignette of a rendition of the reverse of the state seal of Georgia. Neither the design nor the denomination were known to Haxby. The note is printed on India paper without any cancellations. PCGS notes minor mounting remnants on the back. There were two examples of this note in the 1990 ABNCo Archives sale and we are presently unaware of any additional notes.
    From the Charles R. Pease, Jr. Collection, Part II


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