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    Ann Arbor, MI- The Bank of Washtenaw $100 Aug. 9, 1836 G22 Lee ANN-6-16
    A rare denomination from a relatively common bank, this $100 features a vignette of a cupid seated by a dog which is guarding a key and strong box. Fully issued. Fine-Very Fine with one small stamp hinge remnant on the back.
    From The Karl Mark Pall Collection


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    Sep-Oct, 2013
    25th-1st Wednesday-Tuesday
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