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    New Milford, CT- Bank of Litchfield County $3 18__ as G6 Proof PMG Choice About Unc 58 EPQ.
    The bank was organized in 1852, operating as a free bank, and remained in business until being succeeded by the First National Bank of Litchfield in 1865. The $3 design has a vignette of Navigation seated with an eagle and shield at left, a small vignette of a farmer plowing at center, and the state treasurer die at right. As an interesting deterrent to raising the the note's value, three intricate Cyrus Durand patent lathework strips appear at right, equal to the denomination. The note is printed on India paper mounted on cardstock with the usual POCs in the signature lines and affixed to an original Danforth Bald archive book card. There were three examples of this note in Lots 100-102 of the 1990 ABNCo Archives sale.


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