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    Greensborough, MD- Farmers and Merchants Bank Notes. Six Examples.
    The bank was only in operation from 1854-67. This lot contains the following six notes dated August 15, 1862:
    $1 G2b Shank 58.1.2 Fine, 3 small POC and stamped letters on the face
    $1 G2b Shank 58.1.2 VG with splits and paper loss at the margins. The back contains an advertisement dated Jan. 1, 1868 for J. Kinsey Taylor, Tobacco Warehouse, with several locations listed in Philadelphia.
    $1 G2c Shank 58.1.3 Fine
    $2 G4b Shank 58.1.5 VF-EF with stamped letters and a number on the face
    $2 G4c Shank 58.1.6 Fine
    $3 G6b Shank 58.1.8 VF-EF, 1 small POC and stamped letters on the face.
    There will be no returns on this lot for any reason. (Total: 6 notes)


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    Auction Dates
    January, 2010
    7th-11th Thursday-Monday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 3
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