Wausau, WI- Bank of the Interior $1 18__ G2a Kraus...Click the image to load the highest resolution version.
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DescriptionWausau, WI- Bank of the Interior $1 18__ G2a Krause G2a Proof PMG Choice Uncirculated 64.
The bank opened in 1858 and remained in operation until 1865. The $1 design has a center vignette of a farmer watering his stock. A vignette of a woman carrying a basket of produce is on the left, and the state comptroller die in on the right. A fine green overall tint covers the note and includes a large green and white ONE protector at bottom the center. The note is printed on India paper with the usual POCs in the signature lines. PMG notes telltale evidence of previous mounting in the upper corners on the back. Decidedly rare and likely to stay that way.
From the Charles R. Pease, Jr. Collection, Part II
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