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    Washington, DC- International Bank $5 Nov. 13, 1860 G8 PMG Fine 12.
    The International Bank was a short-lived fraud, in business circa 1860. With portraits of Presidents Jackson, Buchanan, Washington, Jefferson in addition to Henry Clay, the note has red overall tint and a red and white lazy 5 protector. While the note has seen extended time in circulation it has escaped the experience without attracting any repairs or glaring condition issues.


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    January, 2021
    24th Sunday
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