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    Waupun, WI- Corn Exchange Bank $1 18__ as G2a as Krause G2a Proof PMG Uncirculated 61 EPQ.
    The bank was organized around 1858 and remained in business until 1863 when it closed. The design features an oval female portrait, a vignette of Commerce seated on the shore, and the state comptroller die, as well as a large gray 1 protector and a red ONE protector. The note is printed on India paper with the usual small POCs in the signature lines. This note was originally part of an $1-$2-$3-$5 uncut Proof sheet that we sold in our 2010 FUN Currency Signature Auction. Very common in remainder form, the same can not be said of these Proofs.
    From the Charles R. Pease, Jr. Collection, Part II


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    April
    3rd Friday
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