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    Savannah, GA- Planters Bank of the State of Georgia $50 Dec. 1, 1817 G52 PMG Extremely Fine 40.
    The bank was organized in 1810 and remained in business until suspending shortly after the end of the Civil War. Newspaper advertisements from the period show that it was in receivership by the summer of 1866, probably the victim of a balance sheet full of now-worthless Confederate securities. This design executed by Leney & Rollinson was quite striking and elaborate for the period, with an eagle vignette flanked by two large red-orange L protector panels. The note's condition is an extra bonus, with no repairs or glaring condition impairments. A lovely rare note that will upgrade any collection to which it is added. This makes only the second example of this design that we have offered in addition to a low grade counterfeit.


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    April, 2021
    21st-23rd Wednesday-Friday
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