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    Salisbury, MD- Bank of Salisbury Notes. Eight Examples.
    The bank's charter was approved on Feb. 15, 1830. The institution failed in Sep. 1851. The following eight notes are included in this lot:
    $1 June 4, 1846 S5 Shank 116.4.1 Good with several tears and holes and a partial backing to repair a large tear
    $1 Mar. 4, 1848 G26 (Haxby plate note) Shank 116.4.2 VG-Fine
    $1 Mar. 4, 1848 Counterfeit VG
    $1 (2) Mar. 4, 1851 G28 Shank 116.4.4 both VG
    $2 Mar. 4, 1848 G30 (Haxby plate note) Shank 116.4.6 Fine with light staining and an edge nick at the right margin
    $2 Mar. 4, 1851 G32 Shank 116.4.8 Fine with areas of staining, more noticeable on the back
    $5 Mar. 4, 1848 G34 Shank 116.4.13 Fine with a portrait of Zachary Taylor at lower right.
    There will be no returns on this lot for any reason. (Total: 8 notes)

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    Auction Dates
    January, 2010
    7th-11th Thursday-Monday
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