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    Richmond, VA- Bank of the Commonwealth $10 18__ as G4a as Jones-Littlefield BR15-30 Proof PMG Choice Uncirculated 63.
    The bank was organized in 1858 and continued in business until approximately 1863 when it closed its doors. This note features a large vignette of a hunter and farmer by a shield depicting a bust of Washington flanked by an oval portrait of James Madison and the state banking die. The bank title, counter surrounds, and orange and white TEN protector panel over the signature lines. The note is printed on India paper with the usual small POCs in the signature lines. Seven examples of this design appeared in the 1990 ABNCo Archives sale.
    From the Charles R. Pease, Jr. Collection, Part II


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