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    Danbury, CT- Wooster Bank $2 18__ as G4 Proof PMG Choice Uncirculated 64.
    The bank was in operation for less than a year in 1854 before merging with the Danbury Bank. The note features a portrait of the bank's namesake, General David Wooster, a vignette of the monument marking his burial place, and the state treasurer's die indicating that the bank was operating as a Free Bank in addition to a large red TWO protector. The design was later also issued by the Danbury Bank. The American Bank Note Company imprint was used by Jocelyn, Draper, Welsh & Co. between 1854 and 1858. The note is printed on India paper mounted on cardstock and has no POCs. A lone example of this design appeared in the ABNCo Archives sale in 1990.

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