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    Franklin, PA- Venango Bank $5 June 11, 1865 G6a Hoober 126-3 PMG Very Fine 20.
    A rare note that is evenly circulated and without a comment on its PMG label. It carries a late date of June 11, 1865 for an Obsolete. The Venango Bank would cease operations in 1866 after four years of existence. This is only the third different example of this $5 that has appeared in our auctions. The last was part of the Eric Newman Collection. It graded PCGS 20PPQ and realized $2,115 in April, 2015.

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