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    Philadelphia, PA- Philadelphia Bank $50 18__ as G208 as Hoober 305-493 Proof PMG Choice Uncirculated 63.
    The bank was in operation from 1803 until 1864 when it became the Philadelphia National Bank. This attractive red and black note printed by ABNCo features an oval male portrait as well as a vignette of Franklin seated. Red counter surrounds and two red panels complete the design. The note is printed on India paper mounted on cardstock with the usual small POCs in the signature lines. This note was not represented in the 1990 ABNCo Archives sale and has had only one public appearance of which we are aware in the last decade. It is probably a good candidate to be unique.
    From the Charles R. Pease, Jr. Collection, Part II

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