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    Very Rare Freemans Bank, Boston $10 Note

    Boston, MA - Freemans Bank $10 March 4?, 1852 MA-195 G20 SENC Fine to Very Fine.
    This Boston bank, like many, converted into a National Bank and redeemed most of the obsolete circulation. As a higher $10 denomination, it is quite a miracle of survival to this day. It appears there are only few issued notes known of all types and two of those have fascinating custom vignettes adding to their appeal. Ex Denly Collection and last sold publicly by us May 2003 for $546.50. This was purchased privately from Dottie Freeman who collected notes with this title (as well as Santa Claus notes). Classic New England Bank Note Company layout and style. Ships at sea at the top. Typical "New England" trim all around, but the paper is very solid. Bold signatures.


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    March, 2020
    3rd Tuesday
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