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    Philadelphia, PA- Bank of the United States (PA Charter) $3000 Post Note 18__ UNL Proof PMG Extremely Fine 40.
    This note was intended for issue during the time that the Bank of the United States was technically a state bank, operating under a charter from the state of Pennsylvania, between 1836 and 1841. This note has designated persons (S. Jaudon-Cashier and N. Biddle-President) for whom the signers were signing and has the $3000 denomination panels and portraits of Penn and Franklin switched from the standard layouts. The note is printed on India paper with the usual POCs in the signature lines. We have not seen this layout previously.
    From the Charles R. Pease, Jr. Collection, Part II


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