Jamestown, NY- Chautauqua County Bank $1 May 1, 18...Click the image to load the highest resolution version.
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Perhaps Unique Late Issue New York Rarity
Jamestown, NY- Chautauqua County Bank $1 May 1, 1864
G2PMG Choice Fine 15.
An incredible New York obsolete late issue National Bank Note Company printed rarity which may well be unique from this institution, as every note issued is SENC in the Haxby reference. Since this bank converted to a national charter and became the Chautauqua County National Bank in 1865, the State of New York kept statistics each year until 1870 as to how much each newly chartered national bank had outstanding in state issued currency. By 1870, this bank had a mere $655 remaining outstanding. We've neither seen nor heard of any others. PMG notes a stain, which is light and affects nothing.
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