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    New Haven, CT - City Bank of New Haven $1 July 1, 1865 G12c PCGS Fine 15.
    Like many notes tracing their pedigrees to the Newman Collection, this is an intriguing note for specialists to enjoy. Not only does this fully issued example have a very late date (a 10% tax would effectively force private banks to issue Nationals), July 1, 1865, but nearly every note known of the type is a remainder cut from the hundreds of sheets once known. However, fully signed and issued, this is very rare. Vignette of the New Haven Green at top, the church visible at the left. There are two large "1" protectors. If the remainder sheets had never been discovered, this might easily be a four-figure or perhaps better note. Even circulation. Ex Eric P. Newman Collection where it realized $305.50 in the Part VII sale.

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    November, 2019
    19th Tuesday
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