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    Ann Arbor, MI- The Government Stock Bank $1 (9); $1.50 (4); $1.75; $2 (5); $5 (2) 1850-53 G2 (9); G5a (4); G6a; G8 (5); G10; G10a Lee ANN-4-4 (3); 5 (4); 6 (2); 10 (2); 11 (2); 12; 15 (5); 18; 19
    The bank was in operation from 1849-1854. A free bank in operation in neighboring Indiana used the same $5 plate with minor alterations between 1852 and 1854-5. The Indiana notes were put in circulation in Michigan only to be refused and referred back to the actual Hoosier issuer when presented for payment at this bank. The notes in this lot grade Good-VG, with four notes showing some damage or repairs while a $1 remainder and $2 note grade Fine-VF. The $2 (ANN-4-15) is the plate note on page 69 in Lee's book.
    From The Karl Mark Pall Collection (Total: 21 notes)


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    25th-1st Wednesday-Tuesday
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