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    Arkansas (Post), AR- Bank of the State of Arkansas Branch $5 Jan. 3, 1839 G62 Rothert 18-2
    Arkansas Post was the first and most significant settlement in Arkansas from 1686 to the 1820s. A branch of the Bank of the State was opened there on Jan. 3, 1839, the day this note was issued, and remained in business through 1843 when the entire statewide system closed. This $5 features portraits of Franklin and Washington as well as a vignette of an Indian warrior. Very Good with a few light stains in the lower right corner that are camouflaged by the printed design on the face. No other damage or repairs.


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    January, 2018
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