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    Redeemed in 1876 Exchange Bank, Salem Rarity

    Salem, MA - Exchange Bank $10 May 2, 1859 MA-1105 G46 SENC. PCGS Very Fine 20 Apparent.
    A second denomination from this dynamically vignetted series printed from plates with dual imprints of the New England Bank Note Company and Patent Stereotype Steel Plate and an "ABC" monogram at the bottom. Like the other denominations in this series, Athena is in the harbor seated upon a throne. Ships sail in and out of the harbor to her left and right. George Washington is portrayed in a circular frame in the center of the left end panel. A Roman numeral counter is above and textual counter below. In the right end panel, TEN is above and "10" below, with a portrait of Christopher Columbus in between. The note appears to have been redeemed in 1876 and has the National Exchange Bank circular stamp on the back. The face is penned twice "Cancelled/Mar 6/76" matching the date of the back stamp. Noted as "Pen Cancelled" and with "Paper Pulls on Back; Minor Rust Stains." The mentioned flaws are trivial compared to the impact of this bold type. We have not seen this note except for the plated Peabody Essex Museum example.
    Ex: Eric P. Newman Numismatic Education Society


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    Auction Dates
    October, 2015
    21st-24th Wednesday-Saturday
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