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    Baltimore, MD- Citizens Bank Notes. Five Examples.
    This bank had quite a history. It opened and closed a number of times, merged with other banks, and experienced several name changes along the way. The following five notes are included in this lot:
    $1 May 1, 1851 G20 Shank 5.27.4c VG with areas of backing to repair tears, likely counterfeit
    $2 Nov. 3, 1852 A15 Shank 5.27.6A VG with nicks at the margins, altered from the notes of another bank
    $5 Feb. 13, 1855 C2 Shank 5.27.16C VG, counterfeit
    $5 Nov. 3, 1852 A30 Shank 5.27.18A VG+ with a tear at the bottom margin and staining, altered from $5 from the Citizens Bank, Washington, D.C.
    $5 Aug. 10, 1859 S5 Shank 5.27.19S Shank plate note Fine with a small hole at the right margin, spurious
    There will be no returns on this lot for any reason. (Total: 5 notes)

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    Apr-May, 2010
    28th-3rd Wednesday-Monday
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