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    Philadelphia, PA- Union Bank $100 18__ as G14a as Hoober 305-620 PCGS Apparent Very Choice New 64.
    The Union Bank was organized in 1857 and opened in November 1858. It remained in business until 1864 when it became the Union National Bank of Philadelphia. The $100 design is quite striking and features a large vignette of Penn's Treaty with the Iroquois adapted from period paintings. The profile portraits of Franklin and Washington appear on early United States stamps. The bank title and denomination are printed in bright orange, providing a great visual effect. The note is printed on India paper mounted on cardstock. PCGS mentions an edge tear at lower right although it easily escapes a visual search. Considered by some as one of the ten most important proof obsolete notes, this note will take any collection to which it is added to another level, perhaps two.
    From the Michael S. Tallent Collection

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