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    Ann Arbor, MI- The Bank of Washtenaw $8 Dec. 9, 1835 G30 Lee ANN-6-19
    This wonderful note has it all - an odd denomination, condition, and rarity. If you wish to have one note from Michigan in your collection, this would be a great choice. The Bank of Washtenaw was organized in 1835 and closed (for the first time) in 1839. This note, which was payable in New York at the office of Green, Brown & Co., was issued during this first period of activity. The reason for issuing this odd denomination is still unclear. PCGS grades this bright, fresh, and fully framed example Very Choice New 64PPQ.
    From The Karl Mark Pall Collection


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